Top 10 Dog-Friendly Bars & Restaurants
— Summit Brewery (@summitbeer) June 10, 2014
WHERE: 125 Main St. S.E., Mpls. THE GOODS: A patio right on the river, a wonderful environment, delicious food. All made better with a dog resting at your foot while you enjoy. THE GOODS: A patio right on the river, a wonderful environment, delicious food. All made better with a dog resting at your foot while you enjoy.
WHERE: 3311 25th St. E., Mpls.
THE GOODS: Get some fresh food, a bottle of beer and prepare to be happy as your dog gets the Seward experience.
Brasa Rotisserie – Both Locations
WHERE: 777 Grand Ave., St Paul & 600 E. Hennepin Ave., Mpls
THE GOODS: James Beard Award winner Alex Roberts’ casual concept is a hit with 2- and 4-legged friends. Excellent service from a committed staff of dod lovers make this a favorite stop for furry friends in both St. Paul and Minneapolis.
Butcher and the Boar
WHERE: 1121 Hennepin Ave., Mpls
THE GOODS: A 2013 James Beard Award Semifinalist, come fro the dog-friendly ‘beer garden.’ Stay for the meat—and one of the best bourbon lists in the Twin Cities.
WHERE: 3501 Nicollet Ave. S., Mpls.
THE GOODS: For pup-friendly novelty, head to the relatively new Hola Arepa. Their amazing bottled cocktails go well with giving your beloved dog a belly rub.
The Nomad World Pub
WHERE: 501 Cedar Ave., Mpls
THE GOODS: So you just scheduled a happy hour with the crew, but you haven’t had a chance to get the dog out yet today? Two birds, one stone: Bring the pup to the patio at the Nomad World Pub.
WHERE: 3510 Nicollet Ave, Mpls
THE GOODS: Enjoy a happy hour at one of South Minneapolis’ favorite neighborhood hangs. Drink specials, a dog friendly patio, and human treats available.
WHERE:1900 Marshall St. N.E., Mpls.
THE GOODS: Give your dog a delightful tiki experience on the Psycho Suzi’s patio. She will love the dry ice drink majesty and scraps of cheese curds on the floor.
Red Cow – St. Paul
— Red Cow St. Paul (@redcowstpaul) June 21, 2014
WHERE: 393 Selby Ave., St. Paul THE GOODS: One of Selby Avenue’s newest dining and drinking establishments. Beyond a cozy dog-friendly sidewalk patio, the Red Cow boasts a burger list that would make Guy Fieri blush.
Sea Salt Eatery
WHERE: 4825 Minnehaha Ave Minneapolis
THE GOODS: This seasonal restaurant is set in the middle of Minnehaha Park near the Minnehaha Falls. Enjoy the short Minnesota summer outdoors with some great seafood and your pooch in one of the most charming settings in the Twin Cities.