Is there a better date than your dog? No! Treat him to the outdoor dining experience a classy motherpupper like him deserves. Check out our list of 12 restaurants with dog-friendly outdoor dining in Seattle.
Note: We looked up each restaurant’s COVID restrictions when writing this, but we recommend calling before your visit due to the ever-changing situation. Always be respectful of an establishment, and pick up those poops. Stay safe!
1. Agua Verde Cafe
All your modern Mexican favorites are at Agua Verde Cafe, along with your favorite woofer. Their Portage Bay location with plentiful outdoor seating will make tails wag. (Come back without pup to try out your sea legs with their Paddle Club.)
2. Alki Cafe
Breakfast and seafood served all day? We Shih Tzu not! Alki Cafe serves American bistro classics with a side of beautiful Puget Sound views. Hit Alki Beach after to let pup run off all the fries he snuck.
Hit the Caribbean without leaving town; head to Bongos. With their colorful outdoor patio, they’ve recreated all of pup’s favorite beach vibes in Green Lake. Fluff will live for the vibe, and stay for the sandpit.
4. Humble Pie
Pizza is always a must. Humble Pie has the perfect pie for you, and the patio for pupper. Beyond their grreat happy hour, get half off a bottle on Wine Wednesdays, but bring your DD (distinguished dog).
5. Highliner Public House
The sea, salt, and your Schnauzer–what more could you need? Located at the docks of Fisherman’s Terminal, Highliner Public House is as fresh as it gets. Doggo will enjoy the spacious outdoor patio, and you’ll love the free parking.
6. Linda’s Tavern
The rustic atmosphere and friendly staff at Linda’s Tavern are two paws up. American diner classics are served up on their massive patio. Linda’s is the spot for pups to sit and gossip about their humans.
7. LTD Bar & Grill
You love watching the big game; Fifi loves when you jump up and spill all your snacks. At LTD Bar & Grill, everyone’s dream can be a reality. Come for the game, but stay to play patio games with pup and her new friends.
8. Meet the Moon
At Meet the Moon fren can order some chicken or sweet potato “pup style.” This casual yet refined eatery will have you and pup begging fur seconds. It’s too good to share though; get your own meal.
9. Norm’s Eatery & Alehouse
You’re lucky to be your dog’s plus one at Norm’s. They serve hooman food, but you’re just here to read Buddy the dog menu. With a fenced patio and bacon pupcakes, this place is totes bitchin’.
10. Six Arms
Located on Pike St., Six Arms is a great place to sit with your pup after a walk past Pike Place Market. While you admire their eccentric chandelier collection and menu, the dog-loving staff will bring water and a treat for your bestest fren.
SWeL only cares about the ‘Stuff We Love,’ which includes good food and four-legged friends. Enjoy favorites from fresh seafood to pizza on SWeL’s brand new patio. The friendly staff can’t wait to meet your handsome dinner companion.
12. Twilight Exit
The covered patio at Twilight Exit means Princess can stay dry on those rainy Seattle days. She better be ready to howl the night away with late-night menus Friday and Saturday, and karaoke all day Sunday.
What restaurant patio does your bud love in Seattle? Howl at us in the comments, and share this article with anypawdy who ruvs a pup on a patio.
Featured photo: Daniel Brunsteiner
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