My husband and I are young with no kids, except of course for our 8-year-old female Great Dane Joey. We found her at a rescue in Wisconsin, where she was rescued from a puppy mill breeding life. She is extremely chill for a rescue, but typical of an old dane, and we are always on the lookout for opportunities to socialize her.
Best (only) place in LititzBulls Head Public House
The Bulls Head is the only place in downtown Lititz where you can sit and enjoy a drink and good food with your pup. The seating is cramped and the food pricey, but what they lack in space they make up for in atmosphere. Of course you have to leave your dog outside to order inside, but they'll bring your order out to you when it's ready. Cheers!
Permanently closedThe Rabbit and Dragonfly
This reastaurant sadly closed its doors early this summer.
Restaurant no longer at this locationThe Dragonfly Cafe
The Dragonfly Cafe was sold and another restaurant is there now. No idea whether theyre dog-friendly but I doubt it.
2 or 3 outdoor tablesCafe Chocolate of Lititz
We sat outside by the sidewalk and they provided water for my great dane and were very excited to see her. I did have to tie her outside to go in and order, which isn't ideal but that's how it goes.
Sidewalk seating for poochThe Fridge
My Great Dane was a bit in the way since she was sprawled out on the sidewalk, but patrons and pedestrians didn't seem to mind. Lots of pats for Joey! They provided water for her. There is no table service, however, so you'll have to send someone inside to order for you, or tie your doggo outside while you order.
Ghost townStoudtburg Village
I'm surprised to see the description of this village, as it appeared to me more like a ghost town! Nothing was open except one store and no one was around except another couple who was as confused as we were.