8 Best Dog Friendly Restaurants In The Valley

It’s hard to imagine going anywhere without your furry friends. If you’re like us, you’d much rather look for a good place that welcomes and enjoys seeing patrons with their dogs. That’s why we put together a list of the best dog-friendly restaurants in the Valley. If you read on, you’ll find a number of places that are known for exactly that!

Casey Moore’s Oyster House 

850 S. Ash Ave, Tempe,  AZ 85281

Located in Old Town Tempe, this Irish pub serves some of the freshest seafood you will find, as well as pub fare and a selection of whiskeys, beers, and other libations. Their spacious outdoor patio is great for dogs, and the twinkling lights strewn throughout the trees make this a festive spot for any day of the week. They’re open until 1 a.m. and have a selection of $5 beers daily. Head on over, and bring Fido with you!

32 Shea 

10626 N 32nd St, Phoenix, AZ 85028

Our next spot is a café and bistro with a patio big enough for you and your furry friend! 32 Shea, a former Fotomat, features a breakfast, lunch, and dinner menu as well as a large coffee menu. Try their Nutella mocha, and fall in love with it like we did. With plenty of space, shade, and hydration station for your pooch on their patio, you can’t go wrong at 32 Shea.

O.H.S.O. Eatery & nano-Brewery 

4900 E Indian School Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85018

O.H.S.O. is so dog-friendly, they even won an award for it! Their cocktails, spirits, and wine menu is extensive — and their creative food menu will have you coming back for more. Go for brunch on Saturday and Sunday to try their Fruity Pebbles French Toast. With four different locations throughout the valley, you can bet you’ll find one near you. Oh, and rest assured, there is a dog-friendly patio at each location. 

The Main Ingredient Ale House & Café 

2337 N 7th St, Phoenix, AZ 85006

The Main Ingredient is a super cool restaurant-café in the Coronado Neighborhood of Phoenix. The cozy and casual environment is welcoming when you see this 1922 house-turned-restaurant. Dogs are welcome to join you on their giant patio and their menu offers fresh salads, delicious high-end sandwiches, and an awesome selection of craft beer and cocktails.

Boulders on Broadway 

530 W Broadway Rd, Tempe, AZ 85282

Friendly service, great food, and plenty of patio space to enjoy the weather and bring your puppy with you. Dogs are welcome at Boulders on Broadway, so stop by and enjoy a cold one while Spot sits nearby to soak up the sun. They have a large range of craft beers, and they serve a selection of American eats with other staples like tacos, pizza, and calzones. They have an all-day happy hour on Sundays where you can enjoy $4 appetizers like crispy artichokes, nachos, and potato tots, among others. 

Morning Glory Café 

6106 S 32nd St, Phoenix, AZ 85042

Morning Glory Café is exclusively an open-air dining experience, making it the perfect hang-out spot for you and your pup. This café, located at The Farm at South Mountain, caters to a breakfast and brunch crowd with farm-fresh dishes like omelets, baked goods, and more. 

Blue Clover Distillery

7042 E. Indian School Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85251

Oldtown Scottsdale’s first-ever and only microdistillery, Blue Clover Distillery, has an outdoor patio where guests can sip a gin or vodka cocktail made with small-batch spirits that were handcrafted right on the premises. The outdoor patio faces Marshall Way where guests and pets can view all the Old Town Scottsdale action and art installations. Guests can even pair the handcrafted pizzas, fresh salads, or weekend brunch dishes with Southwest-inspired spirits and craft cocktails like the Lucky Lady made with Blue Clover gin. This lively patio is the perfect setting for a doggie date.


4712 N. Goldwater Blvd. Suite 110, Scottsdale, AZ 85251

This Euro-inspired cafe, bistro, and wine bar at Scottsdale Fashion Square has an effortlessly chic atmosphere, posh French-inspired fare, refined cocktails, and carefully-selected wines. The day-to-night place for gathering, working, socializing, and pups has a hip, idyllic outdoor dining patio that is a design-centric oasis complete with an open fireplace, green foliage, wooden tables, stylish lounge seating, concrete walls, and a 25-year-old oak tree for dining beneath the sky. Be sure to try brunch items such as the Prosciutto and Gruyère Croissant ($12) or brioche French toast with berries($13) paired with a glass of bellini or a cup of La Colombe Coffee.

Image Credit: O.H.S.O. Brewery

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