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9 Dog-Friendly Restaurant Patios to Visit in Phoenix

Grab a pint with your pooch

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Love going out to eat, but hate leaving your furry friend at home? With this lineup of dog loving restaurants and bars serves up some of the top cuisine that the Phoenix metro area has to offer, so you won’t have to choose between quality time with your pets and a great meal. From breweries with pup-friendly events to breakfast restaurants ready to serve your dog a biscuit, these are Phoenix’s most dog-friendly restaurant patios.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Luci's at the Orchard

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Whether you’re bringing your pet, kids, or pickiest family members, everyone will be happy and entertained at Luci’s at the Orchard. The all-day restaurant has everything from acai bowls to half-pound bacon burgers, all served on a sprawling, puppy-approved patio.

Chelsea’s Kitchen

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When it comes to dining out with your pet in Arizona, shade is important, and at Chelsea’s Kitchen you can rest assured there will be sheltered from the sun thanks to the massive tree at the center of the patio. Of course, the taco platters and white sangria don’t hurt either.

O.H.S.O. Eatery and Nano Brewery

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If your dog loves socializing with other pups, O.H.S.O. is a must-visit. The casual all-day restaurant known for its weekend brunch and burgers is a canine haven. While you’re enjoying your meal, your dog will enjoy a bowl of refreshing water and an in-house dog treat. 

Morning Squeeze

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Everybody loves breakfast — even dogs — so take them down to Morning Squeeze. Pet parents can sip bloody marys and fill up on salmon eggs Benedict with chipotle hollandaise, while their dogs munch off the Tail Wagger menu. The Chowhound bowl comes with scrambled eggs, diced chicken, and made-in-house doggie biscuits.

Daily Dose Old Town Bar & Grill

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Pair your pancakes with a pup-approved outing at one of Daily Dose’s three Valley locations, which always welcome dogs on the patio. Sometimes the eatery even hosts Doggie Date Night complete with happy hour snacks and drinks, custom dog treats, and a special doggie dinner menu. Plus, during the events, Daily Dose often donates proceeds back to animal-focused charities.

Arizona Wilderness DTPHX

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Arizona Wilderness’s downtown Phoenix beer garden is an oasis in the heart of the city, perfect for grabbing a beer with friends (furry and otherwise). Pet lovers will feel right at home on the cozy patio where they can sip a beer or cocktail and watch puppies play.

Pedal Haus Brewery

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Pedal Haus, mini chain serving award-winning beers, is a go-to destination for dog lovers and pet parents alike. The Tempe location offers a sprawling patio, and each outpost hosts dog-centric events like the annual Howl-O-Ween costume contest.

Scramble, a Breakfast & Lunch Joint

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Scramble is known for its tasty counter service breakfasts, including its breakfast pizzas, or “brizzas,” but it’s also a doggie destination with a full canine menu. The special menu features Elvis pup pancakes made from banana and peanut butter served in a dog bowl. All proceeds from the pet menu go back to Arizona Search Dogs, a local charity that assists and trains dogs used in emergency searches.

Crust Simply Italian

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After a long day at the dog park there’s nothing better than digging into some hearty Italian food. Thankfully, both Crust Simply Italian locations are within close proximity to several favorite Valley dog haunts including Chaparral Dog Park and Shawnee Dog Park. The restaurants offer spacious patios with outdoor fireplaces and cold bowls of water for thirsty pet.

Luci's at the Orchard

Whether you’re bringing your pet, kids, or pickiest family members, everyone will be happy and entertained at Luci’s at the Orchard. The all-day restaurant has everything from acai bowls to half-pound bacon burgers, all served on a sprawling, puppy-approved patio.

Chelsea’s Kitchen

When it comes to dining out with your pet in Arizona, shade is important, and at Chelsea’s Kitchen you can rest assured there will be sheltered from the sun thanks to the massive tree at the center of the patio. Of course, the taco platters and white sangria don’t hurt either.

O.H.S.O. Eatery and Nano Brewery

If your dog loves socializing with other pups, O.H.S.O. is a must-visit. The casual all-day restaurant known for its weekend brunch and burgers is a canine haven. While you’re enjoying your meal, your dog will enjoy a bowl of refreshing water and an in-house dog treat. 

Morning Squeeze

Everybody loves breakfast — even dogs — so take them down to Morning Squeeze. Pet parents can sip bloody marys and fill up on salmon eggs Benedict with chipotle hollandaise, while their dogs munch off the Tail Wagger menu. The Chowhound bowl comes with scrambled eggs, diced chicken, and made-in-house doggie biscuits.

Daily Dose Old Town Bar & Grill

Pair your pancakes with a pup-approved outing at one of Daily Dose’s three Valley locations, which always welcome dogs on the patio. Sometimes the eatery even hosts Doggie Date Night complete with happy hour snacks and drinks, custom dog treats, and a special doggie dinner menu. Plus, during the events, Daily Dose often donates proceeds back to animal-focused charities.

Arizona Wilderness DTPHX

Arizona Wilderness’s downtown Phoenix beer garden is an oasis in the heart of the city, perfect for grabbing a beer with friends (furry and otherwise). Pet lovers will feel right at home on the cozy patio where they can sip a beer or cocktail and watch puppies play.

Pedal Haus Brewery

Pedal Haus, mini chain serving award-winning beers, is a go-to destination for dog lovers and pet parents alike. The Tempe location offers a sprawling patio, and each outpost hosts dog-centric events like the annual Howl-O-Ween costume contest.

Scramble, a Breakfast & Lunch Joint

Scramble is known for its tasty counter service breakfasts, including its breakfast pizzas, or “brizzas,” but it’s also a doggie destination with a full canine menu. The special menu features Elvis pup pancakes made from banana and peanut butter served in a dog bowl. All proceeds from the pet menu go back to Arizona Search Dogs, a local charity that assists and trains dogs used in emergency searches.

Crust Simply Italian

After a long day at the dog park there’s nothing better than digging into some hearty Italian food. Thankfully, both Crust Simply Italian locations are within close proximity to several favorite Valley dog haunts including Chaparral Dog Park and Shawnee Dog Park. The restaurants offer spacious patios with outdoor fireplaces and cold bowls of water for thirsty pet.

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