April 24, 2017
By Jordi Lippe | July 8, 2015 | Food & Drink
Fido can enjoy alfresco dining this summer, too. We found five pup-friendly restaurants that will let you bring your dog to dinner.
Head over to this downtown hot spot for a family-style feast that includes your furry relatives, too. While you indulge in delectable Italian eats on the large outdoor patio, your pup will enjoy similar treats. Every dog will be waited on hand and paw with a dog bowl and water on a turndown mat. The Bowery Hotel, 335 Bowery, 212-505-9100
The owners of this Lower East Side eatery have combined their passion for Mexican food and animals to create a spot for one heck of a furry fiesta. With outdoor seats available, diners are encouraged to bring their pups along as they chow down on guacamole and sip on agave-infused cocktails. 102 Norfolk St., 212-432-4180
The puppy love is evident at this charming tavern where doggy decorations adorn the walls. Owners are welcome to bring their canine companions to the outdoor patio area where diners can choose from 20 craft beers and cocktails including the Jack Russell, the Kentucky Bulldog, and The Salty Dog. This dog-themed eatery wouldn't be complete without some carefully selected snacks like their specialty sausages and hot dogs. 55 Stone St., 917-409-0251
It's no coincidence this Upper West Side open-air eatery has become popular with dog owners, especially since it's located just a few steps away from a doggy park. You and your four-legged friend can relax after an exciting afternoon of playing fetch while taking in stunning views of the Hudson River. Plus, human companions can nosh on burgers, sandwiches, and chicken kebabs. W. 79th St. and the Hudson River, 212-496-5542
It's nothing but the best for your pampered pooch. So, if you're eating organic, why shouldn't your pup? Le Pain Quotidien offers a menu stocked with salads and sandwiches made from all-natural ingredients for its two-legged patrons, so it only make sense that dogs should be treated to a complimentary water bowl and specialty treats. And with more than 10 locations around the city, the eateries with outdoor seating let dogs dine and luxuriate as happily as their owners. Various locations