Dog Friendly Restaurants in New York, NY

There are 118 restaurants in New York, NY that welcome dogs at their outdoor tables. Need help deciding where to eat? Check out the listings below for a detailed description of each restaurant, along with pictures and reviews from other dog owners who've eaten there. Bone appetit!

d.b.a.

They don't serve food at d.b.a., but the constantly changing list of imported, craft and specialty beers and scotches will feed you soul. The gravel garden at the back of the bar is an East Village oasis, perfect for a late afternoon pint with your pooch, who is always welcome!

Barking Dog Luncheonette

The Barking Dog Luncheonette is a great spot to enjoy a meal with Fido. Regulars rave about the extensive menu and reasonable prices. Menu includes pan-seared crab cakes, buttermilk battered fried chicken, old fashioned Yankee pot roast, penne ala vodka, and Cajun po'boys. Dogs are always welcome at outdoor tables.

Cornelia Street Cafe

For over 30 years, Cornelia Street Cafe has been serving up relaxed, home-cooked-style bistro food in a true neighborhood favorite venue. Cozy up to the romantic bistro menu of French-American favorites, including salads, house made country pate, steak frites and their well-known weekend brunch. The artsy, funky vibe of Cornelia Street Cafe is enhanced by performances in the downstairs space; although your pooch is not invited inside, they are more than welcome at the inviting sidewalk cafe tables.

Sidewalk Cafe

This relaxed neighborhood haunt has been an East Village staple for 30 years, serving a delicious mixture of American and Mediterranean dishes. Favorite menu options include falafel, fire roasted eggplant, hummus, mac and cheese, kababs, lamb flatbread, burgers, and baklava for dessert. In addition to tasty food, Sidewalk is a great spot to enjoy live music and local art. Leashed dogs are welcome at front outdoor tables.
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