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10 Dog Friendly Restaurants in Seattle

It’s no secret that Seattle is one of the most dog friendly cities in America. Whether you’re going on a hike or grabbing a cup of coffee, you’re sure to see plenty of furry, four-legged friends around. Fortunately, for those of us with pups of our own that also means that there is no shortage of dog friendly restaurants in the Greater Seattle area. Here are 10 Seattle bars and restaurants that allow dogs:

  1. Portage Bay Café

    If you and your pup love a good brunch, check out this Seattle staple with locations in South Lake Union, Ballard, Ravenna and the U District. A fifth location will be opening in West Seattle this January as well.

  2. Citizen Café & Bar

    Another great brunch spot to bring your furry friend to is Citizen Café & Bar located in Queen Anne. Citizen offers a beer garden, spiked coffee drinks, and terrific views of the Space Needle. What’s not to love?

  3. Chuck’s Hop Shop

    Head over to this popular dog-friendly spot, with locations in both Greenwood and the Central District, for brews and tasty food truck fare. There is plenty of outdoor seating here, as well as a revolving food truck schedule depending on the day of the week.

  4. Flying Bike Brewery

    Grab a cold beer with your furry friend at Washington State’s first cooperative brewery, located in Greenwood. There are plenty of seats – and brews – to go around here.

  5. That’s Amore

    Does your pup love meatballs? Visit this cozy Italian restaurant in Seattle’s Mt Baker neighborhood for a delicious meal. Your pup will even be served a tasty treat.

  6. Pink Door

    Another terrific dog-friendly Italian restaurant is Pink Door in Seattle’s Pike Place neighborhood. Dine on the patio with your pup and take in the views of Elliot Bay. 

  7. Le Pichet

    If you (and your dog) love traditional French fare, check out Le Pichet located near Pike Place Market. Their menu features French favorites such as pain au chocolate and rillettes de pork.

  8. Reckless Noodles

    Hang out with your pup at Reckless Noodles in Capitol Hill if you enjoy tasty noodle dishes, creative cocktails, and a warm atmosphere.

  9. The Yard Café

    Located in Greenwood, The Yard has a menu that blends Latin cuisine with American pub food. Dine inside or outside at a picnic table if you’re accompanied by your four-legged friend.

  10. Norm’s Eatery & Ale House

    If you’re looking for a good burger and beer combo, look no further than Norm’s Eatery & Ale House in Fremont. They’ll even serve your dog Bowser Beer (a non-alcoholic broth treat) while you dine.

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