Dog-Friendly Restaurants in Scottsdale

It’s fair to say that people generally can be grouped into dog lovers and those who aren’t as fond as dogs.  For the former group, many people love to be able to bring their furry family members out to eat with them, to enjoy these social outings much as their owners do.  To that end, here are a few canine-friendly restaurants to check out in Scottsdale.

ice cream shopFirst, Cold Beers & Cheeseburgers (with locations in Grayhawk and Old Town Scottsdale) features outdoor patios perfect for Rover.   They have an extensive beer menu, naturally, and have many specials from happy hours to days when kids-eat-free, all updated on their website.

Another dog-friendly restaurant is AZ88, located in Old Town Scottsdale in their outdoor Civic Center park area.  People will enjoy the view from the patio, overlooking the green areas of the outdoor mall, and if there’s a jazz concert, even better!  Your canine companion will receive a fresh bowl of water, and plenty of attention from the wait staff.

For always healthy lunch and dinner options, dog lovers can also check out Flower Child, located near McCormick Ranch.  With its covered patios, complete with misters, and attentive wait staff who will bring Lassie a fresh bowl of water, and its consistently delicious food, Flower Child will keep everyone happy.

This restaurant OHSO Eatery & Distillery, has three locations in the Valley of the Sun.  With their outdoor patio, this eatery is one of the most pooch-friendly restaurants in Scottsdale.  Tables are outfitted with carabiner hooks for leashes, and wait staff will bring a bowl of fresh water and a bag of treats to your table, for Fido to enjoy.

In North Scottsdale, an interesting breakfast/brunch restaurant to check out is the Pinnacle Peak General Store with its soda fountain interior and generous outdoor dog-friendly patio complete with fountain and pretty views.  It’s also a one-stop shop thanks to its onsite post office, gift store and gas station.

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