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10+ Dog Friendly Restaurants in Pittsburgh

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When you get the puppy dog eyes as you’re getting ready to leave the house, it’s hard to say no to that precious little face. Thankfully, the Pittsburgh area and its restaurants are extremely dog friendly, so you don’t have to break your dog’s heart!

We’ve compiled this guide of some PAWSOME dog friendly places in Pittsburgh for you and your furry friend to enjoy together! 

Double Wide Grill is a Pittsburgh-based company with locations in the South Side and Irwin, PA. With over 40 beers on draft and a full bar, Double Wide Grill specializes in classic BBQ, as well as, offers vegetarian and gluten-free options. With a wide-range menu, they are able to cater to every individual’s dietary needs and choices. Their outdoor patio area is dog-friendly and they even offer a doggy menu!

📍 2339 East Carson St., Pittsburgh, PA 15203
📍8695 Lincoln Highway Irwin, PA 15642

Offering up some of the best craft beer in the Burgh, East End Brewing is the perfect destination to take your puppy pal! The outdoor space is very dog-friendly plus you get to enjoy their infamous hoppy brews. East End Brewing also offers delicious food options from their partner, Larder of East End. Handcrafted beers, mouthwatering food and fido make East End Brewing one of the best dog friendly restaurants in Pittsburgh! 📍 147 Julius St. Pittsburgh, PA 15206

Dogs love it here! Grist House has a spacious outdoor area that is like a vacation for our four-legged friends! Plus, humans can sip on high quality drafts and view the entire brew system. Not only is this place awesome for humans but it’s also “pawesome” for our beloved pets. We highly recommend checking out this dog friendly restaurant in Pittsburgh! 

📍 10 E Sherman St. Pittsburgh, PA 15209

Bring your furry friend to Mike’s Beer Bar on Federal Street! With 80 rotating taps and over 500 (yes, we said 500) beers, Mike’s Beer Bar is a beloved destination in the city. Formerly Beerhead Bar, Mike’s offers patrons 21 TVs for optimal sports watching, plus, Sunday and Hunter from DK Pittsburgh Sport’s host a weekly show from the taproom. Mike’s Beer Bar is located directly across from PNC Park  – meaning you can take your dog to Pup Night and then head over to Mike’s for post game celebrations! 

📍110 Federal St. Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Did you hear the “scoop?” Millie’s Homemade Ice Cream welcomes puppers! Owners Chad and Lauren Townsend make each sweet treat with love and all natural, real ingredients. Dogs are welcomed on the patio area and are known to eat a scoop of vanilla (or two). We surely hope you and your doggo have a ~ gelato  fun at Millie’s

📍 232 S Highland Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15206 (Shadyside Location)

Seasonal and local foods are on display at Square Cafe! Known for outstanding brunches and a friendly, fun atmosphere, Square Cafe encourages you to bring well-behaved dogs on the outside patio.

📍 134 S Highland Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15206

Bierport’s 1,000 options make it a popular stop for beer lovers. It’s also a spot for dog lovers! Bring fido while taste-testing fine brews from around the world. 

📍 4115 Butler Street Pittsburgh, PA 15201

More Dog Friendly Restaurants in Pittsburgh

Allegheny City Brewing | North Side

Cappy’s Cafe | Shadyside

Mullaney’s Harp & Fiddle | The Strip District

Redfin Blues | Washington’s Landing

Strange Roots | Gibsonia

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We hope you and your BFF (best fury friend) raise the woof at all of the dog friendly restaurants in Pittsburgh! Please make sure to follow proper protocol while enjoy these dog-friendly activities – including providing necessary supervision to ensure dog and human safety! 

We want to see you and your pup having fun! Make sure to tag @stufftodoinpittsburgh in your dog-tastic social media photos and use the hashtag #stufftodoinpittsburgh! 

For more fun things to do in Pittsburgh, follow us on Facebook and Instagram. Plus download the UNATION app and search the word “dog” for all of the best pup-friendly activities in the city! 

 

Britta Moletz

Britta Moletz

Britta is a City Manager for UNATION and author of the Stuff to Do in Pittsburgh City Guide. For more insight on the best events and things to do in the Pittsburgh area, download the UNATION app and follow @StufftoDoinPittsburgh on Instagramand Facebook.

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