Feel like going out to eat or drink, but don’t want to leave your dog behind?
Bringing a canine companion along is no problem with our listings of dog friendly restaurants and bars, wineries, breweries and coffeehouses in the U.S. Listings include reviews, menus, establishments with “yappy hours”, and restaurants with special menus for dogs.
Please be aware that Dog Friendly Restaurant seating is always outdoors only — but not all restaurants with outdoor seating are pet-friendly. And since restaurant policies can change over time, please be sure to call first and confirm.
Voted one of the “Top 100 Scenic View Restaurants” and “Top 50 Kid-Friendly Restaurants in America,” by OpenTable. Overlooking Broad Creek, The Old Oyster Factory is a waterfront Hilton Head restaurant for families and children of all ages.
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Dog-Friendly Patios create customer loyalty for owners
Allowing dogs in your outdoor space can be an excellent way to bring in new customers and create a fun and energetic vibe in your establishment. Here are some advantages to allowing dogs in your business: Younger generations want to bring their dogs with them. The millennial market is a major influence in the foodservice industry. Studies have also shown that dog ownership is growing among younger generations and that these dog owners want to bring their dogs out with them. By allowing dogs on your patio, you can appeal to this market and help bring in more customers. Patios with dogs are a big draw to customers walking by your establishment. Many foodservice establishments in cities rely on foot traffic to bring in new business, and if your restaurant patio has dogs, it can convince passersby with their own dogs to stop in and make an order. Dog-friendly patios can boost your sales. In addition to foot traffic, you can advertise your dog-friendly space on this website (Pet Friendly Restaurants) for example and on specific apps to bring in more customers and boost sales. Additionally, some dog-friendly establishments offer dog menus, which is a great way to offer food […]
Latest dog friendly featured restaurant
Latest dog friendly featured restaurant Todays latest dog friendly featured restaurant is The original Fuzzy’s Taco Shop is on Berry Street in Fort Worth, Texas. It was there that a glorious vision of taco heaven took hold in 2003: It would have frosty drinks. It would have good vibes. It would be the kind of place that you never want to leave. It would be a huge, craving-inducing success. Fuzzy’s earned a cult-like following, and that first location turned into more than 100 across the country. Today, people bring their dogs, party on their patios and feel the festive love every time they walk into a Fuzzy’s. And with locations popping up nationwide, their Baja tacos, Chips & Guac, and frozen margaritas are always within reach. Which is reason enough to celebrate with some, as far as we’re concerned. Make every day awesome…just add tacos! Fuzzy’s is your local spot that ditches bad vibes and dishes out serious tacos and legit margaritas at a super chill price. From our breakfast tacos and burritos all day, to our delicious shrimp and mahi tacos, mouth-watering nachos and more, we’ve got the answer to your craving. In a rush? Take-out and curbside delivery […]
Have A Beloved Pet? Don’t Leave Home Without It!
A couple creates and operates websites for pet-friendly hotels and eateries in all 50 states If you’re still making travel plans for the holidays or starting to think about vacations this coming spring and summer—and you can’t bear the thought of leaving your pup or other animal roomies in the care of others—you need to know about Tracey Thompson’s website, petfriendlytravel.com, which she started in 1999, and her husband Steve Schweitzer’s new spinoff site, petfriendlyrestaurants.com. Each tells and shows you everything you need to know about hitting the road without breaking your heart. I wish I’d known during my combined 30 years of pet ownership how many places there were in all 50 states (and some in Canada) to not only stay in style but also to dine—albeit always alfresco—with my furry friends. Throughout the 14 years I had a dog and later, the 15 years I had a cat, I also had a pet peeve: If I wanted or needed to hit the road or even go out to a leisurely dinner, I needed to leave them behind. Because animals could teach us a few lessons about stoicism, I’m guessing they didn’t mind quite as much as I did. I used […]