15 Dog Friendly Restaurants in Los Angeles
Although we love our dogs so dearly, most restaurants aren’t big fans of our beloved pups. Luckily for Los Angeles locals, these restaurants (in no particular order) will happily serve you and your furry friend!
The Fat Dog
801 N Fairfax Ave, West Hollywood, CA 90046 | Website
If the name didn’t already give it away, The Fat Dog proudly serves up pub grub in their all dog-themed restaurant. The dog friendly patio lets you dine in and enjoy the view, all while having your pooch by your side.
The Sycamore Kitchen
143 South La Brea Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90036 | Website
Enjoy savory classics like their short rib sandwich, or take a muffin to go at The Sycamore Kitchen. There’s always dogs on their patio, so your four-legged friend won’t be alone.
911 Seward St, Los Angeles, CA 90038 | Website
“Grub” on their famous Mac & Cheese, or their Crack Bacon Quesadillas. Their bold flavors will become your new favorites and go-to spot. Your dog will love the smells here!
1760 Hillhurst Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90027 | Website
Not only does Home Restaurant provide a patio for you and your pup to relax at, but they’ll gladly bring your furry friend a water bowl and organic dog treats. Watch your dog as they devour these tasty treats, all while you enjoy a juicy burger.
11919 Ventura Blvd, Studio City, Ca 91604 | Website
You and your dog can nibble on Mediterranean cuisines at Jumpin’ Java’s European style outside patio. What started out as a coffee house has now turned itself into some of the best homestyle cooking you can find in the heart of Studio City.
1929 Hillhurst Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90027 | Website
Enjoy American eats on Alcove Cafe’s adorable patio. You and your pups can catch the perfect breakfast while chilling out, and get a feel for what LA is really all about.
Square One Dining
4854 Fountain Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90029 | Website
At Square One Dining, they use local ingredients to guarantee some of the freshest food the area has to offer. Lounge at their spacious patio where there’s plenty of room for your dog, and try one of their signature French toasts, all while sipping on a mimosa. You won’t be disappointed.
4500 Los Feliz Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90027 | Website
It’s American favorites x10 at Messhall Kitchen. Their dog-friendly covered patio is your go-to destination to chow down on fresh oysters and corn fritters.
9028 Balboa Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA | Website
Gayle’s Perks is a hidden gem tucked away in Northridge, particularly familiar with the locals. Have yourself an iced coffee on the patio, and browse the web with their free WiFi. Oh, so peaceful. Your dog will love it too!
14500 Ventura Blvd, Sherman Oaks, CA 91403 | Website
You won’t find traditional Mediterranean food anywhere else like Pita Kitchen. Their bold and exotic flavors pair perfectly with their sidewalk seating for you and your pooch.
532 S Western Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90020 | Website
Head to Beer Belly in the heart of K-Town and hang out on their dog-friendly patio. Duck French Dip, Duck Fries, and a Duck cheeseburger are some of the fan favorites.
Blue Dog Beer Tavern
4524 Saugus Ave, Sherman Oaks, CA 91403 | Website
Recently voted one of the “Best Sports Bars” in Los Angeles by L.A. Weekly, it’s no surprise that Blue Dog Beer Tavern made the list. The restaurant even serves up some dog-friendly patties, so you and your tail-wagging friend can both devour a burger!
8400 California Route 2, West Hollywood, CA 90069 | Website
Two words. Yappy Hour. That’s right, La Boheme dishes out specials like their chicken and mashed potatoes and many others, all dedicated to your four-legged friends. It’s the ultimate doggy destination.
3179 Los Feliz Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90039 | Website
The Morrison also has a full menu completely dedicated to dogs. The both of you can enjoy their signature burgers and daily specials!
Lazy Dog Cafe
1623 W Katella Ave, Orange, CA 92867 | Website
With an eclectic menu full of hearty American eats, having dog-friendly outdoor seating is a bonus at Lazy Dog Cafe. They’ll bring your pup a water bowl and doggy menu, so they can stay hydrated and stuffed throughout the night too!
LA locals love their dogs, but being able to dine out with them is a bonus. Check these places out for yourself!