Being able to take your dog out with you is one of the better things in life. Not only do you avoid the guilt of leaving them home all alone for however long, but they also get to be petted and played with a lot—and we all know how much they love that. Although a few years back many bars had to shut their doors to dogs, there are still a few spots that allow furry friends.

Just make sure that your dog is well-behaved and that you are bringing them into an environment they can handle, and you’ll make everyone who is at the bar infinitely happy.

The Growler Bites & Brews

55 Stone St

The Growler loves dogs. So much so that the walls are covered in pictures of dogs. When the outdoor seating is open in warmer months, dogs are more than welcome to join while their owners sip on one of the fantastic American brews on tap.

d.b.a.

41 1st Ave

People and their pooches love the back patio. They also allow outside food since they are strictly a bar.

Luckydog

303 Bedford Ave

The name says it all. Dogs are allowed inside, but take advantage of the great patio when you can.

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L.I.C. Bar

45-58 Vernon Blvd

Chill out in the outdoor area with your best friend while listening to some live music.

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Mission Dolores Bar

249 4th Ave

This fun spot includes pinball machines, graffiti, and a great outdoor space.

The Levee

212 Berry St

Feed your drunchies with free cheese balls, just don’t feed too many to the dogs.

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The Owl Farm

297 9th St

No owls, but plenty of dogs.

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South 4th Bar & Cafe

90 S 4th St

Play some Jenga and play a song on the juke box while you snap a pic with your dog in the photo booth.

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