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5 Dog-Friendly Breakfast Spots in Downtown San Diego

By Mike in Downtown San Diego Urban Lifestyle with 0 Comments

Many people who rent or own real estate in East Village San Diego are dog owners. Just take a stroll downtown in the morning and you’re likely to encounter people walking their dogs around almost every corner. However, despite this fact, it can be a challenge to find local restaurants willing to let patrons get a bite for breakfast when they have their dogs with them. These 5 spots are a bit more dog-friendly.

1. Café Chloe

Café Chloe is an elegant but casual restaurant located in San Diego’s East Village. Here you will find a dog-friendly patio open 7 days a week. Their menu has a variety of options, including Croque Madame and Jidori chicken as well as spirited drinks like flavored mimosas and a Bloody Mary.

2. Bottega Americano

If you are walking your pooch in downtown and looking for brunch with an Italian flare, Bottega Americano is also located in East Village and is open on the weekends. Here you will find anything from bacon and eggs to a more unique Tuscan shrimp and grits. You can also choose from a range of salads, pizzas, and pastas across the menu.

3. Café 222

Café 222 is a great place for you and your four-legged friend to relax while you enjoy your homestyle breakfast that is anything but simple. Enjoy a warm cappuccino while devouring a red velvet waffle or pair a fresh orange juice with a pork patty benedict. Café 222 is conveniently open for breakfast 7 days a week in the Gaslamp Quarter.

4. Davanti Enoteca

If you’re heading more toward the Little Italy area of downtown San Diego, Davanti Enoteca will serve you a delicious breakfast while you and your dog enjoy the fresh air on the beautiful patio. Though Davanti Enoteca is only open for brunch on the weekends, it is worth the wait.

5. Queenstown Public House

Little Italy is also home to the Queenstown Public House. Here you can enjoy a delicious frittata, lamb hash, or other dish from their brunch menu on the back patio, front lawn, or front porch with your dog. The Queenstown Public House also hosts a variety of dog-friendly events throughout the year.

Whether you own a dog or not, downtown San Diego is an awesome place to live. If you’re interested in taking a look at the wonderful lofts, penthouses, and condos for sale in East Village San Diego, give 92101 Urban Living a call at 619-649-0368 today. ')}