Here are our top 7 dog friendly restaurants in Los Angeles, CA. Do you know any more restaurants that welcome dogs in San Francisco? Let us know in the comment section and we are happy to update our list.
1. Alcove Cafe & Bakery
Alcove specializes in classic American fare served in a charming bungalow with dog-friendly garden patio seating. Enjoy a full breakfast menu and tasty lunch and dinner options such as mini crab cakes, chopped salad, tuna melts, burgers, carnitas tacos, and yummy cookies, cupcakes, and dessert bars.
This is a great place for a brunch with your dog, just remember to bring someone else to go in and order since your dog can’t go inside. Then you eat outside. It can be a little crowded sometimes. We saw Natalie Portman and her Yorkie dog Whiz there once. BringFido Review
2. The Oinkster
Gourmet burgers, specialty sandwiches & craft beers are served in a hip hangout with retro decor.
I brought my dog here and really enjoyed the food and nice patio! BringFido Review
3. The Fat Dog
Creative pub grub & tap beers served in hip, pooch-themed digs with a dog-friendly patio.
Great dog friendly patio, free garage parking, complimentary roasted rosemary almonds that are incredibly tasty, scrumptious food and libations, what’s not to love? Yelp Review
This relaxing off the beaten path restaurant specializes in California comfort food in a home-like atmosphere with dog-friendly outdoor seating.
The food was fabulous! There were approximately five dogs on the patio. Bring your own bowl for water. The service was great and the food was fabulous. BringFido Review
The main reason we picked this place for dinner last night is because it was dog friendly we were pleasantly surprised with the nice patio and the food was good too! Facebook Review
The Eveleigh features seasonal farm-to-table food and cocktails. It’s open for dinner late into the evening 7 days a week. The garden patio is dog friendly. Rustic spot for farm-to-table small & large plates inspired by American & European country cooking.
Great, creative cocktails. Veggie options were a bit limited and rich, but tasty and interesting. I loved the heirloom tomatoes. Dogs are welcome on the front patio, but not the lovely back patio. Google Review
6. The Waffle
Elevated diner offers creative comfort food, including namesake signature, plus dog-friendly patio.
“Our love of dogs created our need for a dog friendly patio, as we recognize the importance of spending social time with your four legged friends! They’ll love our homemade “Woofles”! “
Incredible! After they brought me a menu, they brought water for my dog (I had his traveling water bowl with me, but they also have bowls for them) and DOG TREATS they make there … bone shaped! They looked so yummy, I thought about trying them, but I don’t think Max wanted to share. Max was a little anxious about the server, so she let him sniff her hand (yes, I’m sure she washed her hands afterward), and he was completely at ease. TOTAL dog people! BringFido Review
7. Fred 62
Fred 62 is a super cool dog-friendly diner offering an all-day menu of breakfast, Mexican, Asian and fusion fare.
We ordered the breakfast enchilada and ahi salad. Loved them both. They have many vegetarian and vegan choices. They brought water to our dog and we had an overall great experience. BringFido Review