Four-Legged Foodies

Category: Pet Friendly San Diego, Winter 2015 3,572 0

 

Bastian at The Station Tavern
Bastian at The Station Tavern

A Guide to Dog-Friendly Dining & Drinking

He may choose kibble over caviar and cold water over craft beer, but your dog still deserves a five-star dining and drinking experience. In a culinary city full of foodies, four-legged friends in San Diego also have a host of opportunities to enjoy the good life of their gourmet owners. Pet-friendly restaurant patios and bark-worthy bars abound throughout the county. Here’s everything you need to know about dining out with your dog.

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Bone–Appétit

Don’t forget to pick up a tail-wagging treat for your pooch at one of these sweet spots 

 


dog on table2Reserve a Table at the Doggie Café

Before your first night on the town with your pooch, take him out to the Doggie Café at San Diego Humane Society.


 

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San Diegans are no strangers to a vibrant drinking scene. Abundant rooftop bars and sidewalk patios offer plenty of options to sip a cocktail and socialize with friends—including those with four legs. From breweries to wine bars to old-fashioned pubs, enjoy a beverage with your best friend at one of these dog-friendly watering holes.


 

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The Food Truck Trend Goes to the Dogs

From barbecue to baked goods and gourmet franks to grilled cheese, the San Diego food truck trend has all bases covered in bringing mobile meals to the hungry masses.


DosDontsDining Out: Do’s and Don’ts

Hundreds of local dining establishments allow well-behaved, leashed dogs to lounge at their owners’ feet while they eat. In fact, if the restaurant has a patio, it’s likely to be pet-friendly.



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