Atlanta has been dubbed one of the most pet-friendly cities in the U.S. on multiple occasions, with it's multitude of dining options, parks, and activities that welcome four-legged friends with open arms.
If you're a foodie and a fur parent, you'll be especially pleased with the number of dog-friendly restaurants Atlanta has to offer. Whether you're looking for a bark-worthy brewery scene or a distinguished dining spot with a doggie menu, residents of this bustling metropolis have endless options.
Here's a list of dog-friendly restaurants in Atlanta to add to your list.
Featuring local beers, bar bites, and a wide open, dog-friendly back patio, Ladybird is perfect for pet parents who want to relax under twinkle lights while their pups people watch along the BeltLine.
The campfire theme makes for a cozy ambiance and live music keeps everyone entertained. As far as the menu goes, pet parents can enjoy southern classics like BBQ pork and collard greens, while thirsty pups hydrate with complementary bowls of water.
Head to Publico for Latin American eats and an extremely fur friend-inclusive environment. The dog-friendly patio welcomes pups and pet parents looking to nosh on delicious food in an industrial setting. Humans can choose from an impressive menu of tacos, poke bowls, salads, and more.
Their comprehensive puppy menu features something for every pup—from $2 peanut butter bacon biscuits to seafood casserole portioned for dogs both big and small. Dog menu items are made with natural ingredients and all proceeds go to a local shelter. Does it get more dog friendly? We think not.
Just a stone's throw away from Piedmont Park, Henry's is another must-try dog-friendly restaurant in Atlanta. Snag a seat on the giant shaded deck so you and your pup can post up and enjoy some grub. While you're devouring delicious wings, the staff may spoil your pup with treats if you give them the go-ahead.
Fun fact: Henry was actually the name of the restaurant owner's dog.
A perfect option for a canine coffee date or lunch, Muchacho welcomes pups on their outdoor patio. While you get your caffeine fix and a breakfast taco or two, your pup can enjoy the views and lots of pets from passersby.
Residents recommend getting here early on weekends if you don't want to wait long in line.
Dubbed Altanta's premier soccer bar since 1997, soccer fans will especially love this fur-friendly establishment. With TVs both indoors and outdoors, Brewhouse has a special area just for pup parents looking to catch the game while they munch on some pub-style grub.
The patio area has a fireplace for chilly days and the waitstaff is more than happy to bring your dog some ice cold water.
Just the smell of smoked meats will have both you and your pooch drooling over this dog-friendly Atlanta restaurant. Situated in the Atlantic Station neighborhood, the covered patio at this smokehouse and raw bar welcomes four legged friends dining with their parents.
Choose from an assortment of delicious smoked meats and raw foods, and keep your eyes peeled for specials like $1 oysters and wings. There's even treats from Dog City Bakery on the menu—for your dog of course.
Neighbor's epitomizes your local friendly pub, and that means dog friendly, too. Located in the Virginia-Highland area, their outdoor patio welcomes pups and patrons looking for a chill vibe and classic bar bites.
Watch a game on one of their outdoor TVs while you sip on a pitcher with your friends. Fido will enjoy the views and a bowl of water to stay hydrated. A bonus? They have all-day breakfast.
This is another dog-friendly Atlanta restaurant with a patio, outdoor TVs, and lots of love for pups. Featuring contemporary decor and gastropub fare, Hampton and Hudson is a great spot to take your pooch for some fresh air and a delicious meal.
Pair a dish from their locally sourced menu with a craft cocktail, and rest assured that the staff always has treats on hand for your pooch.
Situated in the heart of Midtown, Cypress Street Pint & Plate is a perfect option if you're looking for a casual, yet classy option for dog-friendly dining. With a pup-friendly patio and seventeen beers on tap, pets and their parents can enjoy a hearty meal before heading out for a stroll in Piedmont Park, just a 5-minute drive away.
Choose from an array of salads, sandwiches, burgers, and more, and sip a brew from their rotating beer list in between bites. Try the Cypress Street Pale Ale for just $3.