Parson’s Chicken & Fish
2952 W Armitage Ave
Boasting one of the liveliest outdoor patios in town, Parson’s has plenty of room for dogs and spirited games of ping-pong.
Longman & Eagle
2657 N Kedzie Ave
There aren’t many Michelin-starred restaurants that welcome dogs, but you can bring yours to the partially outdoor Off Site Bar in the back.
136 N LaSalle St
There aren’t too many establishments to take your dog to in the Loop, but the staff at 312 Chicago are happy to hook your pooch up with a bowl of water while you lounge on the outdoor patio.
Grace Street Tap
3759 N Western Ave
Take advantage of cheap beer, pool, and a jukebox while your dog also hangs out inside the bar at Grace Street Tap.
The Bad Apple
4300 N Lincoln Ave
Grab a seat on the outdoor patio, order up one of Chicago’s best burgers and some Old Bay fries, and sneak some bites to your four-legged amigo.
Clark Street Ale House
742 N Clark St
Besides boasting one of the best whiskey selections in Chicago, Clark Street Ale House lets you hang out inside with your pooch.
108 E Superior St
If your pup is used to the lavish lifestyle, it’ll probably appreciate hanging out on the dog-friendly Pierrot Gourmet patio, which is located at The Peninsula hotel. Orrrr not, because it’s a dog and just wants to chase tennis balls.
Four Treys Tavern
3333 N Damen Ave
Stop in for the pool table and karaoke, and stick around because the drinks are cheap and your dog can hang out inside.
3358 N Paulina St
Offering solid Italian eats and a corner location that’s great for people-watching, Frasca has a nice sidewalk patio where you can hang with Fido.
701 S Dearborn St
One of the most-inviting bars in the South Loop, Kasey’s offers a decent beer list and also lets dogs party it up inside.
1400 S Michigan Ave
Square One offers wine, cheese, and outdoor dining alongside Michigan Avenue. And Fido is welcome to join.
Howells & Hood
435 N Michigan Ave
Howells & Hood’s taps pour more than 100 beers (and a few wines), while the big outdoor patio has plenty of room for your pooch.
1114 W Randolph St
Just because you want to dine at one of Chicago’s best new restaurants doesn’t mean you have to leave your dog at home. Also, hope you like meat.