Saturday, February 18, 2012

Dog Friendly Places

As Spring approaches, many have the notion of getting outdoors, enjoying meals on a patio, and maybe even having a dog at the side.  The Dallas Morning News took this a step too far and printed an article about taking your dog for a valentine's day date.  I'm not going that far.  Instead, below is a list of dog-friendly places here in the Fort.  Thanks to help from the Dallas Morning News and BringFido, the website with dog friendly places across the world.  Most of these places have a patio and for most of these places, that is where your dogs are welcome. 

If I've missed a place, feel free to add it in the comments and I'll update the post with the informaiton.

Baker Street Pub, 6333 Camp Bowie Blvd

Black Rooster Bakery, 2430 Forest Park Blvd

Brix, 2747 S. Hulen

Buffalo Brothers, 3015 S. University

Chadra Mezza, 1822 Park Place Ave

Chat Room, 1263 Magnolia Ave

The Cup, 3909 Camp Bowie Blvd

Flying Saucer, currently on 4th Street, but moving to 3rd Street in Downtown.

Fort Worth Food Park, 2509 Weisenberger Street

Ginger Man, 3716 Camp Bowie

J&J's Oyster Bar, 612 University Drive

Lamberts, 2731 White Settlement Road

Lili's Bistro, 1310 Magnolia Avenue

Lola's, 2736 W. 6th Street

Love Shack, 110 E. Exchange Avenue, and 817 Matisse

Michael's Restaurant and Ancho Chile Bar, 3413 W. 7th

Palio's Pizza Cafe, 4855 Bryant Irvin Road

Salsa Fuego, 3520 Alta Mere Drive

Seventh Haven, 2700 W. 7th

Spiral Diner, 1314 Magnolia Ave

T&P Tavern, 221 W. Lancaster Ave (in the back of the T&P Train Station

Ye Olde Bull and Bush, 2300 Montgomery Street

The Wild Rooster Bar, 3204 Camp Bowie Blvd

Woodshed Smokehouse, 3201 Riverfront Drive

Yogi's, 2710 S. Hulen Street


Anonymous said...

Some chick named Pookie told me about a place that is "dog friendly" called the Black Rooster Bakery...maybe you should add that to your list. Get with it, Jack.

FortWorthHoleInTheWall said...

Tell Pookie I said thanks. The Black Rooster Bakery is dog friendly and will be added soon.

Thanks for commenting.

Anonymous said...

Buffalo Bros also has a dog friendly patio! Servers have brought me out water for my pups multiple times when I ate out there.

Jeanie Oquin said...

It is good that there are more places where you and your dogs can hang out. But before visiting these places, check if they have policies regarding leashes. Some places won’t let dogs out of their leash for safety precautions. Also, make sure your dogs are not in their mating cycle. Female dogs on this period can be aggressive and less kind to other dogs.

Anonymous said...

There is a place called the spot on eagle mountain lake that is dog friendly

Anonymous said...

Outdoor seating at Risky's downtown allows dogs! And the Cowtown diner allows dogs in its outdoor seating, as well.