Mpls-St Paul Dog-Friendly Treat Pass

$15.00

Score FREE treats at 20 of our favorite local dog-friendly businesses. Pup yeah!

How does our Treat Pass work? It couldn’t be simpler.

  1. Leash up your pup and head to a participating dog-friendly business, where you’ll receive one free treat for you and/or your doggo. (We’re woofin’ ice cream, coffee, pupcakes, and more!)
  2. Revel in the warm fuzzies you’ll get from supporting Secondhand Hounds.
  3. Tip like a motherpupper.

Scroll down fur full list of businesses (map) and FAQs, plus the scoop on our paw-mazing beneficiary, Secondhand Hounds, our envelope-stuffers at Ultimate Sustainability, and our sponsor, Bite Squad.

*Pass expires 11/30/19. 

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SPONSOR

Slobbery kisses to our Pass partner, Bite Squad, a restaurant delivery service that brings your favorite local noms right to your door. Download the app or order on BiteSquad.com. Barking News: Fido can order fur delivery, too

 

 


BENEFICIARY

 

This Pass benefits Secondhand Hounds, a nonprofit animal rescue that commits to the animals in its care through adoption, rehabilitation and hospice care, and which has rehomed more than 17,400 animals since 2009.

 

 


ENVELOPE STUFFERS

 

Special thanks to our envelope stuffers at Ultimate Sustainability, a first-of-its kind program that provides in-home and community support services to young adults (18+) with autism in Minnesota.

 


PARTICIPATING BUSINESSES

Click here to see a map!

Amy’s Cupcake Shoppe, Hopkins.

If you’ve got a sweet tooth, look no further than Amy’s Cupcake Shoppe in Hopkins. Voted Best Cupcake in the Cities by Cities 97, Amy’s features custom cakes, gourmet cupcakes, French macarons, and cookies. Spend an hour or two here and you’ll be ridin’ a sugar high in no time.

Treat: Small coffee (& pup cake on weekends)


Bone Marché, St Louis Park

Bone Marché is your one-stop shop for top-shelf national and local pet products—including refrigerated raw and grain-free foods. Leash up your pup and let her sniff out what’s fur dinner. Located adjacent to Lunds & Byerly’s in St. Louis Park.

Treat: Any treat $9 or less


Canopy by Hilton, Minneapolis.

Canopy by Hilton is more than a hotel; it’s an experience, offering a “boutique hotel” feel along with “surprising extras,” including evening wine and beer tastings and bicycles for check-out. The best extra? They treat dogs like royalty, offering a welcome gift bag, dog beds, on-site doggy gatherings and more.

Treat: Locally made, specialty dog treat


Copilot Dog Outfitters, Minneapolis.

This neighborhood store offers professional grooming services and active outdoor dog gear for your best friend, your “copilot” in all your shared adventures.

Treat: Bag of Bocce’s Bakery treats


French Meadow Bakery & Cafe, Minneapolis

French Meadow’s the first certified-organic bread bakery in the U.S., and from the Famous Fruit Pancake to the Blackened Fish Tacos, all breakfast, lunch, and dinner selections can be delivered. But with dog-friendly patios at its Minneapolis and St. Paul locations, why would you want to?

Treat: House wine, beer, iced tea or Arnie Palmer


French Meadow Bakery & Cafe, St Paul.

French Meadow’s the first certified-organic bread bakery in the U.S., and from the Famous Fruit Pancake to the Blackened Fish Tacos, all breakfast, lunch, and dinner selections can be delivered. But with dog-friendly patios at its Minneapolis and St. Paul locations, why would you want to?

Treat: House wine, beer, iced tea or Arnie Palmer


In The Loop Coffee Company, Minneapolis

With locally roasted, organic coffees, tasty treats, and dog-friendly digs inside AND out, In The Loop Coffee Company is a pawesome choice for a morning cup of joe or afternoon pick-me-up. Your pooch will enjoy organic dog treats, water bowls on the house, and tons of love from the dog-obsessed staff.

Treat: Small coffee + puppuccino


Leo’s Grill & Malt Shop, Stillwater.

We dig Leo’s Grill & Malt Shop’s retro diner vibe with the requisite burgers, malts, and fries. Bring Fido, grab a seat on the patio, and pretend you’re straight out of a black-and-white film.

Treat: Leo’s Pup Cup


Milkjam Creamery, Minneapolis

We know what you’re thinking: Dogs and dairy don’t mix. But while you savor a boozy milkshake or a scoop of Saigon Nights—Vietnamese coffee? Yes, paw-lease!—your four-legged fur-iend can cool off with a special dog-friendly ice cream treat.

Treat: Dog ice cream treat


Pet Evolution, Arden Hills.

Pet Evolution knows that your dog is family—and has the paw-ducts and services to prove it. From human-grade meats (raw and freeze-dried) to full-service grooming and self-serve dog-wash stations, it’s got everything your fur-baby needs to live her best life.

Treat: Cookie from the bakery


Pet Evolution, Woodbury.

Pet Evolution knows that your dog is family—and has the paw-ducts and services to prove it. From human-grade meats (raw and freeze-dried) to full-service grooming and self-serve dog-wash stations, it’s got everything your fur-baby needs to live her best life.

Treat: Cookie from the bakery


Pub 819, Hopkins.

With a dog-friendly patio featuring Puppy Restrooms, dog yoga mats, daily Yappy Hour and a special Canine Cuisine menu by Craft & Crew—salmon cakes and pupcream sundaes, anyone?—it’s easy to forget that hoomans can eat here, too. 

Treat: Turkey Muttloaf


Radisson RED, Minneapolis

Radisson RED in Downtown Minneapolis is knockin’ the dog-friendly hotel game outta the park. Among its perks for the pooches: a RED bandana, Fatboy Doggie Lounge Bed, zero pet fee, and dishes for food and water. Score locally sourced noms at the hotel restaurant OUIBar + KTCHN.

Treat: Appetizer


Rolling Rover Bistro, track ’em down on Facebook.

Treat-os on wheels?! Pup yeah! Rolling Rover Bistro is a bike-drawn, small-batch dog-treat vendor serving handmade dog treats bound to make hoomans drool, too. (We’ve got our eyes on the frozen-yogurt pawsicles.)

Treat: Handcrafted dog treat (frozen or non-frozen)


Stanley’s Northeast Bar Room, Minneapolis

Stanley’s Northeast Bar Room features the same Canine Cuisine menu as Pub 819 and The Howe, and its dog-friendly paw-tio is open year-round!.

Treat: Turkey Muttloaf


St. Paul Tap, St Paul.

St. Paul Tap features arcade games and a wide beer selection for the hoomans and a dog-friendly patio and menu for the pooches. What more could you ask fur?

Treat: Dog Menu item: Grilled Ground Chuck Burger Patty, Grilled Chicken Or 100% Uncured Beef Frank


Stray Dog Restaurant & Bar, Minneapolis

Formerly known as Bulldog Northeast, Stray Dog has mastered the art of burgers and craft beer in a neighborhood atmosphere. With a dog-friendly patio and dog menu, this restaurant loves its canine guests, and the burger specials and large craft beer selection will have you woofin’.

Treat: Frozen Liver and waffle cup dog treat


The Freehouse, Minneapolis.

Known for its top-notch food and ultra-stylish space, The Freehouse is one spot in the North Loop you’ll wanna sit ‘n stay a while. Pooches ruv chillaxing on the patio with water bowls, and you’ll both enjoy deciding how many of the drool-inducing menu options you two’ll be able to eat in one sitting.

Treat: Order of coconut macaroons


The Happy Gnome, St Paul

Featuring a spacious and serene patio, the Happy Gnome is a local staple. You’ll enjoy new and classic American cuisine and an extensive drink list. Your pup will adore the shaded patio and attention from fellow patio-goers.

Treat: House-made pretzel and dog biscuit


The Howe Daily Kitchen & Bar, Minneapolis

With a dog-friendly patio and famous Canine Cuisine menu, The Howe keeps things interesting with 40 beers on tap and a host of craft cocktails. Sip a Laughing Water or a Kanye South, while your pup downs the Turkey Muttloaf and a homemade Nilla Woofer. This is the good life.

Treat: Turkey Muttloaf


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Can I bring my dog inside at these businesses or should we stick to the patio?

Rules vary by biz. If dogs are welcome inside, we’ve noted it in each business’ description above — if not, keep yer paws on the patio, please. 

What do I get?

Each biz will hook you up with one free treat of their choosing (noted above). Our Pass partners are awesome — you’re gonna have a great experience!

Do I have to be a dog owner to buy a Sidewalk Dog Treat Pass?

Nope! These can be purchased by anyone. (If you don’t have a dog, you gotta promise to pat one when you visit each biz.)

When will my Pass expire?

You’ll have til November 30, 2019 to use your Pass. You can do it. We believe in you!

Still have questions?

We’re all ears! Email woof@sidewalkdog.com.

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