Dog friendly places to eat and drink in Seattle

The best dog friendly restaurants in Seattle

Seattle has long been known for its modern, ahead-of-its-time culture, which is one of the things that makes the city so unique. Since it is a large city of more than 600,000 people, you can expect to find almost anything there, and one of those things is restaurants that allow people to take their dogs with them as they dine. These are laid back local restaurants that are smart enough to realize that pets are family members, too, and they like to eat out and have a good time with their humans. Indeed, this eclectic city has a lot to offer, and there are all types of dog-friendly restaurants in Seattle for you to take your furry family member to. Here are some of the best…

The Duchess Tavern and Sports Bar

Best dog friendly restaurants in Seattle

This casual tavern offers regular pub fare, beer, and much more. Your dogs can sit outside with you while you eat, and the only time they disallow this is during peak times when the tavern is especially busy, such as on game days. They are located at 2827 NE 55th Street in Seattle, and you can get more information by clicking here. They are open Tuesday through Saturday from 4:30 until 9:00 p.m. and closed on Sunday and Monday. Come on in and enjoy everything from pizza to burgers and chicken wings to salads.

Norm’s Eatery & Ale House

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Located at 460 North 36th Street in Seattle, Norm’s Eatery is not just a dog-friendly place to eat but is indeed a restaurant that centers around your furry family members. With pictures of canines on the walls and a daily special called The Doggie Bowl, you can enjoy everything from steak and eggs to pepper burgers and meatloaf to Cajun blackened shrimp and grits. Currently, they are open daily from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., and they occasionally have special events that both you and your pet can enjoy.

Bark! Espresso

Dog friendly cafe Seattle

This quaint coffee shop is located at 11335 Roosevelt Way NE and allows dogs to be both outside and inside in certain areas of the restaurant. Available are all types of coffee and pastries, and they open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., and on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. They are closed on Sundays. They have a breakfast menu with pastries and baked goods and a lunch menu that includes items such as burritos and homemade quiche. It is a truly unique place that you can enjoy even if you’re not a pet owner. Find out more by clicking here.

Jolly Roger Taproom

best dog friendly restaurants in Seattle

Part of the Maritime Pacific Brewery, the Jolly Roger Taproom is open on Saturday and Sunday from 12 noon to 8 p.m. and on Wednesday through Friday from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. They are closed on Monday and Tuesday. Not only does it have a nautical theme and a total of 14 taps, but it offers food items that include fried pickles, all types of burgers, Caesar salad, sliders, fish and chips, and much more. The taproom is located at 1111 NW Ballard Way, and you can find out more by visiting their website.

Fado Irish Pub

Dog friendly eateries in Seattle

You can find this pub at 801 First Avenue, and its menu includes yummy items such as fish tacos, jumbo wings, smoked salmon bites, soft pretzels, and chicken tenders, among many others. Pets are welcome at all outdoor tables, and you can enjoy live music, a great beer selection, and an incredible happy hour. Their hours are 11:15 a.m. to midnight Monday through Thursday, 11:15 a.m. to 2 a.m. on Friday, and on both Saturday and Sunday, they stay open until 2 a.m. but their opening times vary depending on the sports schedule. You can find out more by clicking here.

Portage Bay Café

Pet friendly cafes in Seattle

At this café, your dog can join you on the outdoor patio as you enjoy your own meal, and the facility opens at 7:30 a.m. every day. They serve breakfast daily and their lunch items include dishes such as steak salad, cheeseburgers, and Cuban sandwiches. Best of all, they serve only organic foods made with sustainable ingredients, and there are a total of four of them across the city, which you can find by clicking here. You can even order online and make a reservation online, so if you and your pet want a peaceful meal in the chic parts of town, this is where you want to visit.

Summit Public House

Pet friendly pub Seattle

With a great selection of beers and an outside patio that allows dogs, the Summit Public House is open seven days a week from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. and has a very varied menu that includes items such as nachos and more, but their most popular items are their beers and wines. They are located at 601 Summit Avenue East, and you can enjoy a Manhattan, frozen margarita, scotch, and so much more. If you’re looking for a place to have a few drinks with friends or coworkers, even if you don’t have your furry friends with you, you’ll not regret visiting them.

Le Pichet

Dog friendly bar Seattle

Located at 1933 First Street in Seattle, Le Pichet is a great place to come if you love coffee, French food, and a lot of ambiances. Pets are welcome at any of the outdoor tables, and their menu includes meats and bread that are typical in French restaurants. This is a chic restaurant you’ll want to visit again and again with your pooch.

Kiss Café

Pet friendly cafe in Seattle

Another great pet-friendly restaurant in Seattle, Kiss Café is located at 2817 NW Market Street and features an outdoor area for your beloved pet. Meanwhile, pet parents can enjoy great foods such as soups and salads, spinach wraps, hot-pressed sandwiches, chicken or tuna salad, and breakfast items, which are served all day long. Currently, the café is open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. and offers carryout service only because of Covid-19. Since their schedule could change at any time, you can keep up with what’s going on there by clicking here.

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Beth was born under a wandering star, with drama in her veins and ink in her pen. After stints studying theatre in Dublin and Utrecht she used her creative streak to see as much of the world as she could on as little money. She toured Italian Schools with a children's theatre troop, lived as an au-pair in both Rome and Washington DC, explored the British countryside, worked her way through much of Europe, Salsa'd in Cuba and road tripped down America's west coast where she discovered her spiritual home; Portland, Oregon. In between adventures she resides peacefully with her cat and ukulele amid the misty valleys and rolling hills of beautiful South Wales.

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