Wanting to dine out around San Jose without leaving your dog at home? Check out our favorite dog friendly restaurants in San Jose!
After a day of shopping with your pooch on Santana Row in San Jose, stop by LB Steak for a delicious steak dinner on their beautiful outdoor patio. LB Steak also hosts an Annual Poodles on Parade Benefit where all the proceeds go towards Hospice of the Valley’s Pet Companion Program. It’s just $10 to register your dog, and they’ll be able to strut down a doggie red carpet while you enjoy some delicious hors d’oeuvres. This year, the benefit will be on July 20, 2014, so take your pup out for some fun, while supporting a great cause.
Located in the heart of Downtown San Jose, the San Pedro Square Sonoma Chicken Coop is the perfect place to dine out with your whole family, dog included! Not only will their vast menu satisfy the pickiest of eaters, they also have weekly specials that will leave you and your pup drooling. The Market Street location has a spacious back patio where your four legged family member can lounge comfortably while enjoying the fabulous South Bay weather.
Poor House Bistro in Downtown San Jose is the place to go for your dose of authentic and delicious New Orleans cuisine. The live music gives a festive vibe, which will take you right into the French Quarter. The best part of Poor House Bistro is that fido can tag along too—they’ve got a great dog friendly patio. So go enjoy a fabulous Cajun meal with live music in San Jose’s New Orleans Joint with your dog.
Naschmarkt Restaurant in the Campbell neighborhood of San Jose is the perfect place to get a taste of New Austrian cuisine. The flavors of their dishes will transport you right into Europe for an evening. Not only do they have divine dishes that are centered around the best seasonal ingredients from local farmer’s markets, they also have an enclosed dog friendly patio—just be sure to make reservations to guarantee a seat for you and your pup!
5. La Fondue
Located in Downtown Saratoga, La Fondue is the chicest restaurant for you to take your pooch. They’ve got a beautiful enclosed outdoor courtyard that will leave you and your pup feeling as posh as ever. Their divine menu will give even the most decisive person a hard time. Just remember, your chocolate fondue dessert is only for you, not your dog; but let’s face it, you probably won’t be sharing anyways.