Dog-Friendly Restaurants in Boston
As dog-owners, we love our pets and want to give them as many enriching experiences as possible. But living in a city means that sometimes, you have to get creative to give your pup the adventure and socialization he deserves. There is a large and growing community of dog-lovers in Boston, and local business owners are catching on. The next time you want to grab a bite to eat but do not want to leave your pup behind, try one of these dog-friendly Boston restaurants and cafés.

Wired Puppy on Newbury Street

If you are walking your dog near Newbury Street and suddenly need a caffeine fix, drop into Wired Puppy. They offer up coffee, tea, and snacks for you and your furry friend. Dogs are allowed both on the charming outdoor patio and inside the café.

The Living Room on Atlantic Avenue

Want to enjoy some tasty pub fare and drinks while taking in beautiful waterfront views? Want your best friend to join you? Check out The Living Room. Their menu boasts some modern twists on old bar snack standards, like buffalo chicken dumplings and Provencal tuna burgers. And patio seating welcomes your pup!

Gaslight Brasserie du Coin on Harrison Avenue

French cuisine is known for its hospitality. At Gaslight Brasserie du Coin, that hospitality is also extended to your pet dog! Enjoy scrumptious brunch, atmospheric dinner, and a fantastic wine selection. And if you do not mind sitting on the patio, bring your pet dog.

Salvatore’s in Seaport

This is another spot with a dog-friendly patio, but Salvatore’s also offers milk bones and water to your furbaby. So, while your doggie friend enjoys a treat, you can tuck into some classic Italian food and a glass of wine. Bon appetit!