Dog Friendly Restaurants in Providence, RI

There are 67 pet friendly restaurants in Providence that welcome dogs at their outdoor tables. Need help deciding where to eat? Here's a detailed description of each restaurant, along with pictures and reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Providence. Bone appetit!

Pet Friendly Union Station Brewery
Union Station Brewery Dog friendly outdoor patio at this great brew pub by the downtown Providence waterway. Nice areas to walk around and along the waterway. Several restaurants in this area that are dog friendly. Great craft beers and a menu that has something for all tastes. One of our favorite dog dining places. See Details
Pet Friendly Julian's
Julian's Julian's offers tasty entrees such as egg noodles with marinated crab, pan-seared lamb loin, and steak sauce burgers. Outdoor tables are dog friendly; water and treats are available. See Details
Coffee Exchange Coffee Exchange offers good service in a pleasant atmosphere with outdoor seating for both you and Fido. See Details
Rogue Island Local Kitchen & Bar Rogue Island features an evolving menu of farm-to-table cuisine and a refreshing selection of local craft beer. Menu features wings, mac and cheese, hot and cold sandwiches, oysters, crab cakes, and pork chops. Back patio seating welcomes dogs. See Details
Duck and Bunny Sweet and savory crepes, including crepe pizza. Cozy outdoor patio welcomes dogs. See Details
Nick-A-Nees One of Providence's favorite dive bars, Nick-A-Nees welcomes well-behaved, leashed dogs both inside and out. Stop in for cheap beer and good music. See Details
Flatbread Company All natural wood-fired pizza. Outdoor seating welcomes dogs. See Details
Costantino's Venda Bar & Ristorante Costantino's Venda Bar and Ristorante has lots of dog-friendly tables outside. The owner's family have been making pasta in the Old World tradition for over seventy years and are dedicated to using high-quality ingredients in their authentic Italian dishes. You and Fido can reenact the iconic scene from Lady and the Tramp with one of the homemade pasta dishes on the menu, including the Pappardelle Alla Bolognese: wide ribbon pasta tossed in a traditional ragu, made with ground veal, pork, and beef. You can select one of the cocktails from the menu that come highly recommended from local patrons, like the Costantino Martini with house-infused pineapple vodka, shaken with white peach puree, and topped with a splash of cranberry juice. Costantino's is open Monday through Wednesday from 5pm to 10pm, Thursday from 5pm to 1am, Friday from 5pm to 2am, and Saturday from 12pm to 2am. See Details
LaSalle Bakery This bright and cozy neighborhood bakery offers biscuits, pastries, cakes, and sandwiches. Outdoor tables on the sidewalk are dog friendly. LaSalle Bakery is open from 6am to 8pm Monday through Saturday and 6am to 6pm on Sunday. See Details
the Malted Barley The Malted Barley, a solid craft beer bar in downtown Westerly, has four dog-friendly tables outside. The food they serve is made from scratch every day, including salad, soup, and sandwiches. The food they are most well-known for is their pretzels, available in a range of flavors, like caraway, garlic and parsley, and everything. To drink, they have thirty-seven craft draft lines and more than sixty bottles and cans available. The Malted Barley is open every day of the week from 11am to 1am. See Details
Salon Bar Trendy night club and community bar that serves Mexican eats and offers dog-friendly outdoor seating in the early evening and on slow nights. See Details
Viva Mexico Restaurant Tasty menu of tacos, tamales, enchiladas, and chimichangas. Patio seating with table service is dog friendly. See Details
Milk Money Dogs are welcome at Milk Money, where they offer lots of outdoor dining options for canines and their companions. Inside the restaurant, you'll notice lots of reclaimed wood from the 1668 home of the first governor of Rhode Island and original exposed brick from 1930. The chefs at Milk Money strive to utilize the freshest products sourced from local purveyors throughout New England on their seasonal menus. For lunch, you can sink your teeth into their quinoa bowl, served with crispy kale, avocado, radish, wild mushrooms, and harissa vinaigrette. For brunch, dig into their season hash, biscuits, and gravy, or fried quail and waffles. They are open Monday from 4pm to 10pm, Tuesday through Thursday from 11am to 10pm, Friday from 11am to 11pm, Saturday from 9am to 11pm, and Sunday from 9am to 3pm. See Details
India Delicious menu includes spicy steamed mussels, kabobs, curry, and masala. Dogs are welcome on the patio where they can sample the doggie menu. See Details
Ivy Tavern The Ivy Tavern has two dog-friendly tables. The chefs at the Ivy Tavern whip up a selection of sandwiches, burgers, and starters from around the world. You and Fido could check out their Bibimbap, served with steamed rice, sauteed mushrooms, carrots, bean sprouts, and spinach, and topped with a sunny side egg, choice of short rib, bulgogi steak, spicy pork, tofu, or grilled chicken in a hot stone pot. The burger menu includes a number of interesting burgers, like the Accidental Purist, a garden burger with grilled apples, caramelized onions, melted Brie, and tomato marmalade. The Ivy Tavern is open Monday through Thursday from 11:30am to 1:00am, Friday to Saturday from 11:30am to 2:00am, and Sunday from 11:30am to 12:00am. See Details
The Grange The Grange has three dog-friendly tables outside. They serve modern American fare, including brunch, dinner, bar food, and desserts. On the menu, you'll also find a number of vegan options, including their Huevos Roja dish for brunch, served with eggs or tofu, sofrito black beans, avocado, queso fresco, and salsa in a flour tortilla. If you're a little late for brunch, you can order something from the dinner menu, like the Korean BBQ Tofu, combining vegetables, Shiitake, scallions, ginger cashew noodles, and sesame seeds. The Grange is open weekdays from 11am to 12am and weekends from 9am to 12am. See Details
Ladder 133 Bar & Grille Dogs are welcome at Ladder 133 Bar and Grill. You and Fido can sit at one of the twenty tables outside. Built in 1902, the building was originally home to the Douglas Avenue Fire Station and the bar itself is a detailed relic of centuries past, constructed out of solid mahogany in Chicago in 1888. Now that little history lesson is over, I can tell you what's on the menu. They serve American fare, including Southern favorites, burgers, flatbread, sliders, tacos, and salads. You and Fido can dig into their baked chicken cavatappi: pasta, boneless chicken thighs, marinara, mozzarella cheese, peppers, onion, and cannellini beans. Ladder 133 Bar and Grill is open Sunday through Thursday from 11:30am to 1:00am and Friday to Saturday from 11:30am to 2:00am. See Details
CAV Dogs are welcome at Cav Restaurant, where they serve American and international cuisine. The menu varies depending on whether you are attending for brunch, lunch, or dinner. The lunch menu includes lots of soups, lighter fare, sandwiches, salads, lunch pasta, and entrees, such as the shrimp scampi, seared salmon, and parmesan encrusted chicken. For brunch, only dished up on weekends, they serve thick French toast with cinnamon and pure maple syrup, poached eggs with sweet garden salsa, and many more interesting twists on American breakfast classics. At dinner time, they offer more elaborate dishes, including the chef specialty, black truffle ravioli, served with shaved turnips and broccoli rabe. At Cav, you'll discover five tables outside for dogs and their owners. The restaurant is open Monday through Friday from 11:30am to 10:00pm, Saturday from 9:30am to 12:00am, and Sunday from 10:00am to 10:00pm. See Details
The Bar at AS220 The Bar at AS220 shares its space with AS220 Food. They have four dog-friendly tables outside. The open kitchen at AS220 Food serves up a seasonal menu and up to half a dozen creative specials every day. The vegan Reuben sandwich comes highly recommended from local patrons. The Bar at AS220 serves beer, wine, and spirits, from over two dozen New England breweries and distilleries; offering patrons twelve constantly rotating beers on tap, house-infused liquors made with fresh, local fruits and vegetables, herbs, spices, and teas, and seasonal specialty cocktails. AS220 Food is open Tuesday through Saturday from 12pm to 10pm and The Bar is open Tuesday through Friday from 5pm to 1am and Saturday from 4pm to 2am. See Details
Eastside Marketplace Eastside Marketplace has two dog-friendly dining options. Before heading inside to the food court, you'll have to leave Fido outside at your table. They offer a large selection of hot and cold foods, including rotisserie, fried or baked chicken, and other special hot entrees along with a number of side dishes. You'll also discover a fresh salad bar, hot soups, and sandwiches. Eastside Marketplace is open every day of the week from 8am to 10pm. See Details
Tallulah's Tacqueria Tallulah's Taqueria has some dog-friendly tables outside. If Fido is being a good boy, the waiter will bring him a bowl of water. The cuisine they serve is inspired by the culture and flavors of Mexico. At Tallulah's, they ask you to build your own dish. First, you choose a classic Mexican main course from the five choices: taco, burrito, torta, bowl, or quesadilla. Next, you select your protein from the six options: pork, beef, chicken, bean, breakfast, or seafood. All of which are prepared in a number of different ways. Finally, you decide if you want any extras, including a drink, some churros, or chips, salsa, or guacamole. This restaurant is open Wednesday through Sunday from 11am to 8pm. See Details
Red Fin Crudo and Kitchen Dogs are allowed at the Red Fin Crudo and Kitchen. You might recognize the head chef, Julio Lazzarini, as a finalist on the Food Network's TV show, Chopped. He has also cooked food for the Dalai Lama, Bill Clinton, and Joe Biden, although probably not at the same time. His wife, Jennifer Behm-Lazzarini, is a former Masterchef winner. So, it's clear to see they are a couple with lots of culinary pedigree. You can check out something from the Crudo and Oyster Bar, like the Mexican shrimp ceviche, served with citrus cured shrimp, chayote and bell pepper slaw, spicy cucumber and poblano water, and corn nuts. The tapas section offers items from the sea, the pasture, and the land. Red Fin is open for lunch on Sunday from 10:00am to 3:00pm, Tuesday from 12:00pm to 2:30pm, and Wednesday through Saturday from 11:00am to 2:30pm. They are open for dinner Tuesday through Thursday from 4:00pm to 10:00pm and Friday to Saturday from 4:00pm to 11:00pm. See Details
Harry's Bar & Burger Harry's Bar and Burger has two dog-friendly tables outside. You'll find a bountiful selection of modern American fare on the menu. They serve up lots of different inventive burgers, including the Mother of all Burgers, a classic cheeseburger, hickory smoked bacon, portabello mushroom, and fried onion strings. If your dog is in the mood for a hot dog, check out the Sloppy Harry Chili Dog with spicy house-made chili and raw onions. You will also find a large selection of craft beer on tap that varies seasonally. Harry's Bar and Burger is open Sunday through Thursday from 11:30am to 1:00am and Friday to Saturday from 11:30am to 2:00am. See Details
Providence Coal-Fired Pizza Dogs are welcome at Providence Coal-Fired Pizza, where four tables are provided outside for dogs and their owners. The coal-fired pizza is just one element of the scratch menu on offer at this restaurant. Along with a number of intriguing pizza choices, they also serve sandwiches, salads, and starters. You could try their beet and goat cheese salad served with roasted baby beets, arugula, goat cheese, pistachios, pickled carrots, and white balsamic vinaigrette. Providence Coal-Fired Pizza is open Monday through Thursday from 11:30am to 10:00pm, Friday from 11:30am to 11:00pm, Saturday from 12:00pm to 11:00pm, and Sunday from 12:00pm to 10:00pm. See Details