Want to bring your companion with you when you go out to eat? Take them to one of these Valley dog-friendly restaurants with dog-friendly patios and employees who treat your beloved pet like one of their own– and might even give them a few tasty treats.
Named the Best Wine Bar in Tempe, Salut offers American and Mediterranean food. Hummus Nachos and Pistachio Crusted Salmon are among their most popular menu items. Their patio is dog-friendly, and they even have a dog wall on their website that has photos of their furry friends that have visited the dog-friendly restaurant.
Your dog will be greeted with house-made dog treats and a chance to be featured on Instagram at O.H.S.O Brewery and Distillery, known for their dog-friendly patios at each of their four locations throughout the Valley. O.H.S.O stands for Outrageous Home Brewer’s Social Outpost because they wanted to be sure guests could brew their own beer but also get it on tap. The Arcadia location is right off of the Arizona Canal, which is what inspired them to make their patio dog-friendly because so many people walk and bike along the canal.
Bring your dog to Postino Wine Cafe, who pride themselves on making sure you feel good once you leave. Their Tempe location is right on College Avenue and features a spacious patio. They are known for their wine and extensive bruschetta options — along with being some of the most dog-friendly restaurants.
Located in Downtown Phoenix, FEZ has something for everybody with their menu ranging from cauliflower wings, a gyro pita and many options of salads and pastas. Be sure to check out their daily specials online before you head out. You can also book any celebration you can think of—they even advertise doggie birthdays!
If you’re really needing to fill up and are craving a burger or a beer, this is the perfect place. Their biggest burger is over one pound of beef. You can also opt for something more fun, like the Fiesta Burger which has guacamole, bacon and jalapeno cheese. Enjoy your food with your pets out on the patio where you can play pool, cornhole and ping-pong.
At Uncle Bear’s, they promise that you’ll be treated to a “doggone good time.” The brewery is named after a late Labrador mix, whose name was Bear. Their breweries are meant to mirror places where Bear would typically hang out, like the garage, backyard or home. The taproom features brewery tours and events like trivia nights and musical performances.
32 SHEA is a unique concept that operates as an espresso bar and cafe during the day, and shifts into a dark and cozy restaurant in the evening. The building used to be a drive-thru photo mat, and the drive-thru is still used today for their food and drinks that are worth the wait. The patio has been referred to as an oasis and is the perfect place to relax with your furry friend.
This mom and pop style alehouse has three locations throughout the Valley and the Downtown Phoenix location has a 3,000-square-foot patio. There are currently 30 craft beers on tap to go along with their menu that includes salads, pizzas, sandwiches and more.
Hula’s Modern Tiki located in Uptown Phoenix has an indoor-outdoor feel with their large patio that welcomes pets. Enjoy an appetizer and their signature cocktails during happy hour to feel as though you’ve traveled to an island oasis.
Located in the heart of Scottsdale, this restaurant focuses on healthy and sustainable food with a seasonal “wellness menu” to reach optimal health. The patio is dog-friendly and their menu even features a “dog bowl” to order for your pet.