Dog Friendly Vegetarian Restaurants in Portland, OR

There are 3 pet friendly vegetarian restaurants in Portland 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 Portland. Bone appetit!

Pet Friendly Prasad
Prasad This vegetarian and gluten-free restaurant has six dog-friendly outdoor tables for guests and their pups. For breakfast, diners can order Avocado Toast or or try a scramble with tempeh or Jackfruit. For lunch or dinner, visitors give the Chipotle Black Bean Chili a thumbs up. You can also have it as a bowl atop a bed of brown rice or quinoa. Looking to load up on veggies? The Endless Summer pasta dish is made with zucchini noodles. Prasad also presses a variety of fresh juices and makes vegan coffee drinks and smoothies. Open Monday through Friday 7:30am to 8:00pm, Saturday and Sunday 9:00am to 8:00pm. See Details
Pet Friendly Veggie Grill
Veggie Grill Veggie Grill offers a menu full of craveable creations made with a completely plant-based diet. This location in Portland provides pet-friendly seating with four tables outside so Fido can tag along. The menu includes a wide variety of meals that will appeal even to non-vegetarian diners with burgers, sandwiches, bowls, tacos, and much more. You can find seasonal selections like the Rustic Farm Bowl or Mole Chickin Burrito. Each dish is loaded with nutritious and protein rich ingredients like quinoa, tofu, and kale. Many of their dishes are gluten-free, too. You can wash it all down with a refreshing glass of tea, kombucha, lemonade, beer, or wine. Please note that table service isn't available, so your dog will need to be tied up outside when you go in to order. See Details
Wolf and Bear's Saddle up with your dog to this pet-friendly and vegetarian food truck, and scope out on of the four outdoor tables. The tiny shop has been serving up vegetarian and vegan food to Portland residents since 2009. Sandwiches and salads dominate the menu, like the Falafel and the Sabich, a traditional Iraqi-style breakfast sandwich. The Gorg salad features gorgonzola cheese, caramelized walnuts, and shredded beets. One dessert is offered - Bunny Balls - made with dates and cacao and tahini. Open daily 11am to 9pm. See Details
La Vida Veggie Dogs are welcome at outdoor tables at this vegetarian restaurant. La Vida Veggie serves plant-based meals and desserts for lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch. Menu items include a tempeh Reuben sandwich, pesto grilled cheese, quinoa bowls, cakes, and smoothies. La Vida Veggie is open Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 8pm, Sunday 9am - 3pm. See Details
Native Foods Cafe Dogs are welcome at Native Foods Cafe on SW Bridgeport Road, where they provide twenty pet-friendly tables outside. This plant-based restaurant serves made-from-scratch food prepared using homemade tempeh, seitan, and Native cheese. Vegan or not, they want you to go and try some of their home favorites that will please every palette. One of their most popular dishes is the Southern-Fried chicken and waffles dish, served with two beautifully fluffy waffles layered with steamed kale, caramelized onions, Native spicy chicken, and sriracha maple syrup on top. At Native Foods Cafe, you may leave wondering if you've actually just eaten lots of meat. Please note that table service isn't available, so your dog will need to be tied up outside when you go in to order. See Details
Veggie Grill Veggie Grill offers a menu full of craveable creations made with a completely plant-based diet. This location in Beaverton provides pet-friendly seating with four tables outside so Fido can tag along. The menu includes a wide variety of meals that will appeal even to non-vegetarian diners with burgers, sandwiches, bowls, tacos, and much more. You can find seasonal selections like the Rustic Farm Bowl or Mole Chickin Burrito. Each dish is loaded with nutritious and protein rich ingredients like quinoa, tofu, and kale. Many of their dishes are gluten-free, too. You can wash it all down with a refreshing glass of tea, kombucha, lemonade, beer, or wine. Please note that table service isn't available, so your dog will need to be tied up outside when you go in to order. See Details