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5 Restaurants in Downtown San Diego That Are Dog-Friendly

By Mike in Things to Do in downtown San Diego with 0 Comments

For most dog owners, their dogs are essentially an extension of the family, so it makes sense they’d want to bring their four-legged friends when they head out to eat. In between selling condos in downtown San Diego, we’ve come up with a list of dog-friendly restaurants in the neighborhood.

1. Queenstown Public House

The food here is great, particularly the burgers. But what sets this Little Italy establishment apart is how they treat their canine diners. When you first walk up, you’ll find a water bowl and plenty of dog treats. There is no separate doggy menu, but there’s great dog watching and your pooch will likely make some new friends.

2. The Crack Shack

The Crack Shack is known for their crazy-good fried chicken sandwiches, but people come here for more than the food and the bocce ball. The Crack Shack welcomes doggies of all shapes and sizes and they even offer gourmet dog treats for your pooch.

3. Cafe Chloe

This charming French cafe offers plenty of outdoor seating, which is perfect for hungry locals who don’t want to leave their dog at home or in the car. You may be surprised the restaurant is dog-friendly since it looks a little fancy at first glance, that is until you notice the hound statues flanking the entrance. The patio is partially fenced, shaded, and they are happy to bring you a water bowl for your dog.

4. Mission Brewery

At this nationally acclaimed brewery just around the corner from Petco Park, you can indulge in a delicious beer with your canine for company. This place is so dog-friendly that they often host events benefiting our canine companions including an event where people can walk dogs in need.

5. Lazy Dog Restaurant and Bar

If you’re out and about in the city, swing by Lazy Dog Restaurant and Bar. Not only does the place serve delicious food for humans, they offer a dog menu too. You can order Fido a brown or white rice bowl with beef or chicken.

Although downtown San Diego is an urban area, it’s surprisingly dog-friendly, which is just one of the many reasons real estate in downtown San Diego is scooped up so fast. If you’re looking for your piece of the pie, give us a call at (619) 649-0368 and we’ll help you find the place you’ve been looking for. ')}