Philadelphia
1. TBD. The Breakfast Den
South Street

Your dog doesn’t just want to go out at night! They want to join you for brunch, and they will be happily welcomed at the Breakfast Den, where you’ll enjoy a creative menu of American-Vietnamese comfort foods, like a bacon and egg banh mi or a rice bowl with egg rolls, slaw, herbs, and vegetables.
 

2. Craft Hall
Spring Garden

Earlier this year, Craft Hall debuted the Unleashed Bark & Beer with a dog park and puppy porch. Dogs can run free around 2,000 square feet of fenced-in park space, and humans can enjoy beer, cocktails, and even get their pup something from a small menu of dog-friendly treats. They also host events; in case your pup has a big birthday coming up.

3. Evil Genius Beer Company
Fishtown

Next door to Evil Genius’ Fishtown brewery is a spacious garden where dogs can hang out on their leash. Your pup can take advantage of the water bowls, while you hydrate with a hazy mango IPA or chocolate peanut butter porter.
How to book: Walk in

4. Fiore Fine Foods
Old City

Right next to Fiore is several blocks of open, grassy space that border Front Street, perfect for taking your dog for a nice long walk or maybe playing a game of fetch. End your morning with a brunch spread of egg sandwiches, pastries, and coffee at Fiore’s outdoor seating.

5. Memphis Taproom
East Kensington

Memphis Taproom is so dog-friendly that there’s a whole Instagram account dedicated to them. @Dogsofmemphistaproom is an adorable reminder that pups are more than welcome on the patio at Memphis Taproom—they’re celebrated. The bar’s rotating beer selection and menu of (vegan friendly!) bar food is sure to satisfy every dog owner.
How to book: Walk in