If your dog is your best friend, then you're familiar with the longing feeling to take them every where you go, especially when it's time to eat. Unfortunately, not all restaurants let your precious pets enjoy your meal with you. Here are a few places in America that allow you to dine out with your dog - some places even have their own dog-friendly menus and treats:
A breakfast and lunch chain located exclusively in Georgia, J. Christopher’s goes above and beyond letting your dog just eat next to you, they make sure that your he or she eats WITH you. That’s right, J.Christopher offers a doggie menu for all dogs and they are served signature dishes alongside you. Their famous “Doggie Bags” offer some of the most delicious and healthy meals for your dog.
Chill out on the pup-friendly patio and enjoy some classic cuisine while your dog gets a taste of his own food. This food joint offers a menu for dogs that includes plain chicken breasts, plain grilled hamburgers and brown rice. Just make sure your dog is leashed, doesn’t jump on any tables and is on his or hers best behavior and you and your dog are in for a great dining experience.
Located on a beautiful marina in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, The Nauti Dog Restaurant allows you to soaked up the rays and enjoy a beach day with your pup. Their dog menu includes eggs, bacon, chicken breasts, hamburgers, hot dawgs and mahi. Each meal is served in a dog bowl and every Monday is yappy hour all day long - half off the K-9 menu!
If your pup is the active type, this is the perfect spot to chow down with your dog. Watering Bowl features a dog friendly outdoor patio as well as a 700 square foot area for your dog to play which includes picnic tables, dog pools and buckets full of tennis balls. They also host dog birthday bashes.
The Tin Shed Garden Cafe is known for it’s scratch made, fresh ingredients which make for mouth-watering plates. But aside from their healthy, hand-crafted food, the Tin Shed really shines for it’s dog accommodations. Two separate spots are offered for you and your dog: the patio and the all-weather porch. Need more reason to visit? Every Thursday night is “Doggie Love Night,” when you get a meal, your dog gets one for free.