Grab your pup and visit one of these amazing dog-friendly spots around Seattle!
Sometimes is hard going out and bring your four-legged friend with you, but these amazing spots in the city make it really easy. Taste amazing food, savor great drinks, and enjoy the perfect company!
1. Norm’s Eatery and Ale House
Located in the Fremont neighborhood of Seattle, Norm’s Eatery & Ale House is a famous dog bar with laid-back vibes. Leashes here are the rule, but there’s an outdoor play area in the back for the pups. Enjoy an amazing brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am to 3 pm. Try out their delicious Breakfast Staple, Belgian Waffles, Scrambled eggs, or Benedicts accompanied by a mimosa carafe for $25 or one of Norm’s signature cocktails. You’ll also find a very silly dog menu that includes beefy stix and bacon “pupcakes”.
Where: 460 N 36th St, Seattle, WA 98103
2. Super Six
This place can be found in a former auto body shop on Hudson Street in Columbia City. Super Six offers a full cocktail bar and a beer garden that’s completely dog-friendly! Their menu focuses on Asian flavors complementing American comfort food and PNW staples. Enjoy a delicious brunch with your dog on Saturday and Sunday from 9 am to 3 pm, where you can find a 16 oz. passion fruit, orange, and guava mimosa pitcher for just $29!
Where: 3714 S. Hudson Street, Seattle, WA 98118
3. Portage Bay Cafe
This popular brunch spot has something for everyone’s taste, and all of their locations offer outdoor areas perfect for a visit with your pup. Portage Bay Cafe proudly offers local, organic, and sustainable food. Enjoy Eggs Benedict, Dungeness crab cakes, Sirloin steak sandwiches, or vegan Budha bowls. Make sure to make a reservation in advance in order to avoid waiting.
Where: South Lake Union, Ballard, Roosevelt, and On 65th.
4. Reckless Noodles
This spot in Central District features an expansive cocktail menu that complements perfectly every dish the offer. Enjoy incredible Vietnamese street food, like lemongrass larb with squid, beef cheek, shrimp or tofu curry, wok sealed turmeric rockfish, or lobster fried rice. Reckless Noodle’s airy and comfortable patio is perfect for a visit with your dog, just make sure to snag your reservations in advance.
Where: 2519 S Jackson St. Seattle, WA, 98144
5. Beveridge Place Pub
This incredible West Seattle spot is a great place to visit with your dog and taste more than 100 different bottled beers, and 25 tap brews in a lovely patio oasis. Beveridge Place Pub has a welcoming vibe with an extensive patio, pool, shuffleboard, TVs, couches, and a super cool 1907 Brunswick back bar.
Where: 6413 California Ave SW Seattle, WA 98136
6. Pink Door
This popular spot is perfect for a romantic dinner accompanied by your pup. Pink Door offers impressive views of the market and Elliot Bay. This Italian restaurant has an extensive patio full of floral tablecloths, waterfront views, and phenomenal food. Enjoy some of their most popular dishes, like the Pink Door Lasagna, Rissotto, Grilled Double R Ranch Flank Steak, or the impressive Pink Door Cesar with Dungeness Crab.
Where: 1919 Post Alley, Seattle, WA 98101
7. Ballard Station Public House
This railroad-themed pub is located at the intersection of Market Street and Ballard Av, and it’s a great spot to grab some local, international beers, and fancy cocktails paired up with pub-style food. Visit Ballard Station Public House with your four-legged friend and enjoy the market street-facing patio.
Where: 2236 NW Market Street, WA, 98107.
This small spot just a block away from Beacon Hill light rail station offers incredible food and 12 beers made on site. Pups are allowed on the patio only, but if you’re looking to enjoy an intimate dinner or sip a drink with friends, you’ll love to do it next to their fire pits. Don’t forget to try out their BBQ Brisket Sandwich, or Blue Cheese Truffle Burger paired up with a mouthwatering Peach Sangria or a bottled beer.
Where: 2800 16th Ave S, Seattle WA 98144
9. Rhein Haus
This Bavarian spot in Seattle is well known for its soft pretzels and a huge variety of beers. You can enjoy a casual bite at their outdoor Biergarten while you soak up some sun, and spend time with your pup. We recommend their Giant Pretzel with Obatzda, honey mustard, and beer cheese fondue, or their Sheboygan Summer Sausage.
Where: 912 12th Ave. Seattle, WA 98122
Enjoy casual tropical vibes in this hidden gem in Green Lake. Bongos Cafe serves delicious Caribean food, and as a plus, it has a great patio area covered in sand perfect for the pups to play and enjoy a “beach” outing! Try out the West Indies plate, which is jerk chicken, Cuban black beans and rice, mango slaw, and plantain for just $10.
Where: 6501 Aurora Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103