Note: Some spots have updated their dog policies for summer 2020 due to COVID-19. Please call your destination ahead of your visit to check on any rule changes.
Laura Rue, a 365Cincinnati reader, recently asked, “Have you all ever done a list of restaurants or businesses in Cincinnati that allow dogs (other than the obvious like pet stores)? If not, would you consider doing one? Now that Spring is upon us the pup and I are in the mood for adventures!”
We asked our Facebook “fans” if they had any suggestions of places you could go with “man’s best friend” and here’s the list they suggested. I think it’s safe to say that your pup should be on a leash at each of these locations.
Did we miss your favorite place to take your pup? If so, leave your suggestion in the comments below or shoot us an email.
Braxton Brewing Co. – your dog is more than welcome to accompany you into the taproom as long as he/she is leashed and up to date on shots; you can also have pets out on the patio
Queen City Radio – most of their space is outdoors anyway, enjoy it with your dog
Dilly Cafe in Mariemont – dogs are more than welcome to come enjoy the outdoor patio with you
Eli’s BBQ, Eastern Ave. – don’t forget “man’s best friend” while you try out some BBQ, a summer time classic; you will need to go inside to order and dogs are not permitted there so plan ahead
Big Ash Brewery welcomes dogs on the outdoor patio.
Findlay Market Biergarten – don’t let your dog miss out on the food and fun that is Findlay Market in the summertime
The Growler House – they have a dog friendly patio, and have even hosted events with Save the Animals Foundation
FlipDaddy’s – dogs are welcome outside, and a dog menu is available so your furry best friend can enjoy the meal with you
Hang Over Easy – sit outside with your dog on the patio (space permitting)
16 Bit Bar & Arcade – bring your four legged friend along to play some classic arcade games (who do you think will win?)
Keystone Bar & Grill – dogs are welcome at the Covington location (outside on the patio) and they also provide dog bowls to quench your pup’s thirst while you eat some of their delicious mac and cheese
The Littlefield – dogs are more than welcome outside on the patio
Lucky Dog Grille in Mason – not only can your pooch hang our with you on the patio, they even have a menu for dogs
Westside Brewing – dogs are allowed to come hang out on Wednesdays
Liberty’s Bar & Bottle – your pup can join in on the fun at this dog-friendly spot in OTR
Oakley Pub and Grill – dogs are welcome on the patio when it is open, or at the picnic tables (but you have to come inside to order)
MadTree Brewing Company – let your dog come along and relax as you enjoy the summer sunshine in the outdoor spaces
Trinity Gastro Pub – with a lawn, this is the perfect outing on a sunny day for both you and your pup
Unwind Bar in Hyde Park – don’t forget to bring your puppy along to hang out on the patio
Rusty Bucket in Rookwood – friendly pups are welcome on the patio
W XYZ Bar – stop by for happy hour with your four legged friend, and go for a walk around Newport on the Levee
The Corner Pub – your dog will enjoy the live music acts, too!
3 Spirits Tavern – enjoy some drinks, flatbread, and outdoor games in the dog-friendly side yard in Bellevue, Kentucky
Darkness Brewing – another dog friendly spot in Bellevue, Kentucky to enjoy some brews and quality time with your furry friend
Grassroots and Vine – Grab some food inside before enjoying the sunshine on the patio with your pup
We did contact each of these places about their pet-friendly policy. It would be best, however, if you check yourself before heading out as things do change.