Looking for a place to eat and drink with your furry friend in Philadelphia? Check out PetParent’s list of the top dog friendly drinkeries and eateries in Philly!
The White Dog Cafe was once the former residence of one Helena B. Patavsky, the founder of the Theosophical Society. When doctors told her that she had acquired an infection of the leg and would have to have it amputated, she told them that her white dog would lay across her leg and cure it. Sure enough, it worked! And the legend of the white dog was born. For over thirty years, The White Dog Cafe has offered a variety of American cuisines, and due to this place’s rotating menu, you’ll always have something new to taste. This place is the perfect brunch spot for you with its $12 bottomless mimosas and bottomless water bowls for your pooch.
Take your lady or tramp on down to enjoy some Italian food at Pizzeria Stella. Their outdoor seating area is perfect for you and your pooch to enjoy some pizza or pasta. The friendly staff at Pizzeria Stella are always willing to bring bowls of water out for you pooch to enjoy and will even bring your pup some treats of his own to munch on.
Named after the official state breed of Louisiana, Catahoula is sure to get your taste buds jumping with it’s cajun cuisine and wide selection of microbrews. Join them for “Yappy Hours,” where you are sure to enjoy dog themed drinks and menu items. Their outdoor seating is perfect for you and your pooch to enjoy an evening out and water bowls are always provided.
After a night out drinking at “Yappy Hour,” you may want to consider joining Coffee House Too for their “Hangover Hoagies.” Specializing in breakfast and brunch foods, Coffee House Too welcomes your playful pooch with a piece of greasy hot bacon and you with a free alcoholic beverage while you wait. Your pooch wont go thirsty either as water is always available upon request.
Offering over 800 varieties of craft beers from America and abroad, the beer selection alone makes Foodery Roxborough worth stopping by. This Foodery supports the local dog park, and market themselves as being dog friendly. In addition to beer, they offer a variety of sandwiches, wraps, and paninis that can be ordered at the bar. (Ask for a treat for your dog here too! They’ve got them behind the counter!) And as always, water bowls will be provided for any pup that’s thirsty.