Six Super Seattle Dog Friendly Restaurants and Bars

Hooray! It’s time to eat and explore your city! Now your best friend can join in on the fun too. Bring your pup on your next outing to enjoy one of these dog friendly spots in Seattle.


Belltown Pub

Craft beers, a gastro pub style menu, and pool, make this a super fun spot for you and Fido. This low-key pub is dog friendly, and even has a menu for dogs! Don’t worry about the weather – well-behaved pups are allowed inside too!


Norm’s Eatery Ale House

This is a laid back, dog friendly, neighborhood pub with an American menu and fun events like trivia night. This Fremont spot is named after a dog, Norm, and his food special is dubbed the “Doggie Bowl.” Dogs are permitted inside and are often seen sitting right at the table.


Shelter Lounge

Looking for a great bar and restaurant spot in Ballard or Green Lake? Look no further. Shelter is a contemporary lounge with unique and delicious food. Dogs are allowed on the patio and you’ll stay warm with heat lamps, a fire pit and delicious s’mores.


Flat Stick Pub

This simple pub grub offers 9 holes of mini-golf in a modern, warehouse like space. There are only two rules at Flatstick Pub: drink local and have fun. Sounds pretty perfect. Dogs are allowed inside, and they even have a “Yappy Hour” on weeknights and all day Sunday. Flat Stick offers tasty pub snacks or you can bring your own food or get food delivered.


Beveridge Place

Craft ale, cider and rotating local beer on tap, along with board games and shuffle board, make this dog friendly spot a winner. Well-behaved pups are allowed inside and on the patio. Beveridge also offers a diverse food selection – without a kitchen! They have a menu book with selections from local restaurants for delivery or take-out. You can also bring your own dinner for you and Fido.


Pecado Bueno

Who doesn’t love brunch? Pecado features a fabulous brunch on the weekends, with a casual atmosphere. The west Seattle location has a really nice, uncovered deck. All locations allow dogs inside and on the patio.


These are just a few of the many wonderful, dog friendly spots in Seattle. To find more near you, download the BarkHappy app today. BarkHappy will show you the amenities offered at each spot, like water bowls, treats and covered seating. You can also connect with other users to meet up and explore Seattle’s dog friendly spots together.


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