Are you looking for a recommendation on a great place to get out and eat with your dog in DFW? Here’s a list of some of our favorite dog friendly places to eat in Dallas Fort Worth!
Bolsa is a fabulous little restaurant that has a great dog friendly patio. Located in Oak Cliff, this spunky little restaurant will give you a great Dallas feel. Try one of their flat breads or their amazing Baked Apple Bread Pudding for a treat you’ll not soon forget. Bolsa is a real farm to table establishment, and their outdoor patio is comfortable and relaxing. There’s often a great mix of dogs and people dining happily to be found.
2. Cane Rosso
Cane Rosso has some of the best pizza in Dallas. They have an amazing dog friendly patio that you and your dog will love- it’s especially great after dark with all the lights gently twinkling. You are going to have to try their Meatballs or Delia Pie, and we promise you wont be disappointed. Your dog might be driven crazy by all the delicious smells!
3. Love Shack
If you have not dined at the Love Shack with your pup, you haven’t lived. This is one of our favorite burger’s in DFW handcrafted by DFW’s beloved chef Tim Love. Your pup will love dining outdoors with your while you enjoy the Dirty Love Burger. The open-air dining experience is a fan favorite, pets are welcome on the lower patios where the picnic tables are. There is often a band playing live-music which only adds to the enjoyable experience.
4. J Blacks
J Blacks has a great dog friendly patio that you and your pup will love dining on. The wooden walls help keep your dog contained, and encourage them to relax and enjoy the experience. J Blacks has amazing cocktails as well as a great menu. We recommend some of their sliders or if you are feeling creative…build your own pizza!
Toulouse has a great dog friendly patio that you and your pup will love! Located right by the Katy Trail, this little gem is a great place to dine out with your dog. They have a fabulous mussel selection or their wild mushroom risotto, we promise you will not leave hungry. There’s always plenty of visual stimulation here to keep your dog entertained while you dig in.