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15 Dog Friendly Restaurant And Bar Patios in Houston

The official start to fall has arrived and we are finally experiencing more pleasant temps in Houston! Ahhh…..Patio weather! Those fleeting couple of months where us Houstonians actually want to sit outside and enjoy the beverage of our choice, some grub, and people watching.

Who better to invite for dinner, or brunch, and drinks than your dog? Don’t you think he (or she) would love to join you on a patio somewhere, drinking something cold, and mingling with other dogs and dogettes! Who can say no to that face!

Thanks to the foundation of Paws on Patios in 2010, Houston restaurants can obtain city permits to allow dogs at outdoor tables. This initiative finally put Houston in line with other Texas cities that already had a similar permit program in place. Woof woof!!

You love your dog, don’t you? Take that puppy out for some fun! Here are some Houston area restaurants and bars that welcome your furry friend. Just check ahead with these establishments to make sure their dog policy hasn’t changed. And, if you have taken your furry friend to a local restaurant or bar in Houston that’s not on the list please let me know in the comments section at the end!

Axelrad: Midtown Area

Photo via Just Vibe Houston

Cottonwood: The Heights Area – bar food, live music, games

Photo via Houston Press

Hugo’s: Montrose Area – inviting with regional Mexican cuisine

Photo via Houston Press

The Black Lab Pub: The Montrose Area

Liberty Kitchen & Oysterette: Galleria area

Tiny Boxwoods: West University Area

Photo via Mr & Mrs H

Backstreet Cafe: River Oaks Area

 

Photo via Good Eats Houston

West Alabama Ice House: Upper Kirby Area

Buffalo Grille: Memorial Area and West University Area

Photo via Eater Houston

Barnaby’s: Memorial, River Oaks, Heights

Photo via Eater Houston

Presidio: The Heights Area

Photo via Houston Business Journal

Balls Out Burger: The Heights Area

Photo via Balls Out Burger

Kirby Ice House: Upper Kirby District

Photo via Yelp

Boheme: Montrose Area

Photo via Houston Chronicle

Kitchen at The Dunlavy: Near Downtown/Allen Parkway

Photo via Yelp

 

 

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