The dogs have long been full members of the families. Many owners don’t treat them like animals but like their best friends. And rightly so, because the dog’s devotion and gratitude are limitless.
Lucky for us, Sacramento is great for dog owners. Large parks, infrastructure for dogs, houses with yards, all this makes life with a dog a pleasure. But that’s not all, of course. You can easily take your furry (or not-so) friend to a restaurant or bar.
This has a beneficial effect on the socialization of the dog, and it will be much safer for you to take the dog with you and not leave it alone at home. You can even make a date for the dogs at your local bar. Of course, on the condition that the dog is trained and is not dangerous to others.
For happy dog owners, we’ve compiled a list of the best dog-friendly spots in Sacramento. Fortunately, there are more and more of them.
Let’s start our list with bars that you can easily visit with your four-legged friend. They will always be happy to offer a bowl of the purest water for your dog.
Your Buddy will be delighted to join the Hoppy Brewing Company. Here you can enjoy delicious food and handcrafted beer while your dog snuggles up in the outdoor patio. Tip: head here on Monday as Happy Hour takes place every week from 3 to 6 pm!
Address: 6300 Folsom Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95819
If you prefer local wine over beer, then you must visit Revolution Wines. You and your dog are welcome in the outdoor winery and tasting room.
This is a truly remarkable place as it is the only site in Sacramento with a working city winery. The fruit for the wine comes from local vineyards, and the delicious food is made with local farm products.
There is also a shop here, so after a couple of glasses of wine with your puppy, you can grab something tasty at home.
Address: 2831 S Street, Sacramento, CA 95816
The place boasts a beer list of some of the finest local varieties as well as the best choices from around the world.
Burgers and Brew are waiting for all dog owners with their tailed friends at the outdoor party.
Address: 1409 R Street, Sacramento, CA 95811
A truly unique place, made in the style of the 1920s, when alcohol was banned and bottled only in secret places. In Shady Lady Saloon, you can enjoy not only great food and drinks but also live music. Blues, jazz, and country music can be heard from here five days a week. It is especially pleasant that this joy can be shared with your dog while sitting on the outdoor patio.
Address: 1409 R Street, Sacramento, CA 95811
This bar boasts of its unrivaled German style. You will be offered about 30 tap beer options. The best local and German beers are presented here.
They will be happy to welcome you here with your dog if your good boy or girl knows how to behave and is on a leash.
Address: 2332 K Street, Sacramento, CA 95816
Grab your dog and head to Karma Brew for fresh tapas, panini, and brew. On a sunny day, you and your furry will be very pleased to sit on the outdoor patio.
Address: 1530 16th Street, Sacramento, CA 95814
The two outdoor patios are specially built to accommodate you and your puppy. Dog owners love to come here to meet each other, enjoy fresh beer and delicious snacks.
The Pub offers live music and karaoke nights, a fireplace, a jukebox, and open mic nights. It will not be boring!
Address: 1804 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95814
The Shack patio is great for dog lovers. Here you can comfortably settle down and order pub food and beer. Concerts and other events are often held here, so stay tuned for the schedule.
Address: 5201 Folsom Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95819
If you want something massive, then it’s better to go to a restaurant. Grab your dog and go try some delicious food in Sacramento.
This restaurant has been around for over 20 years. The cuisine is based on local products, but the influences of southern France and northern Italy are felt.
Sit with your dog on the outdoor patio and enjoy a glass of wine and delicious original food.
Address: 2000 Capitol Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95811
This is our favorite breakfast spot for a visit with a furry friend. The location of this restaurant is very nice. McKinley Park is nearby. So first you can go for a walk, and then have breakfast with the puppy.
Breakfasts are served from 7 am to 2 pm, so even the most avid sleepers will have time.
Address: 3440 C Street, Sacramento, CA 95816
Another place with amazing breakfasts. Eggs, crepes, sandwiches, bagels — everything you need for a delicious breakfast and a good charge of emotions for the whole day is here.
You can drop in here after a morning walk in William Land Park or Curtis Park. Sit on the cozy outdoor patio and enjoy the morning atmosphere.
Address: 1730 L Street, Sacramento, CA 95811
This cafe has as many as three locations, and each has an outdoor patio that you can hit with your wet-nosed friend. Choose a place that is closest to you: Natomas, El Dorado, or Carmichael.
The design of all cafes is made in a modern European style, and they will offer you delicious salads, steaks, pasta, pizzas, omelets, and other excellent food.
Address: 5038 Fair Oaks Boulevard, Carmichael, CA 95608
If you want to enjoy amazing seafood and breathtaking views, all while in the company of your dog, Scott’s Seafood on the River is the place to go.
The freshest seafood and a glass of wine will be the perfect end to your day. After all, you can drop by right after walking the dog along the river.
Address: 4800 Riverside Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95822
Capitol Garage outdoor patio always welcomes guests with their four-legged friends. They will be happy to offer some water to your dog and gourmet food and drinks for you.
The place is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Happy Hour also works here, don’t miss it!
Address: 1500 K Street, Sacramento, CA 95814
A real dog-friendly place that was named after the owner’s dog. Here they will be glad to see your fluffy and offer him or her to sit on comfortable bedding and even a delicious treat.
While your friend is enjoying a royal treatment, you can sample the local menu: salads, pasta, and sandwiches.
Address: 3675 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95816
If you want something different or miss your Spain tour, visit Tapa the World. Live Spanish music, tapas, and other nice food await you here.
And don’t leave your dog at home. Guests with dogs will be gladly welcomed on the outdoor patio.
Address: 2115 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95816
A perfect place for brunch, lunch, dinner, and dessert. The very advantageous happy hour offer runs every day from 3 to 6 pm.
Your dog will be happy to get a bowl of water and a couple of treats. You will also be offered dishes prepared only from local products. Everything is very natural and made with love.
Address: 2381 Fair Oaks Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95825
You can take your four-legged pet with you if you decide to sit on the outdoor patio. The restaurant offers one of the best cuisines in the area. Here you will be offered dishes made from fresh products — pasta, entree salads, fresh fish, steaks, and other options. The menu changes frequently, so you won’t get bored.
Address: 1213 K Street, Sacramento, CA 95814
They are already waiting for you in one of the four locations of this cafe. Cafe Bernardo offers California-Southwest comfort food to its visitors.
Enjoy relaxation and delicious food with your dog while sitting on the outdoor patio.
Address: 1431 R Street, Sacramento, CA 95814
This establishment is a successful continuation of the original restaurant in West Yorkshire. Restaurant guests mark the unique atmosphere, unrivaled English style, as well as delicious food and excellent beer.
Sacramento’s Fox & Goose Public House also emphasized English beer and food but added a local flavor. Therefore, you can easily order American food here, as well as choose something vegetarian.
Take your dog, because you will have a great time together on the outdoor terrace. And if you love music with your tailed friend, you are definitely in luck. The restaurant hosts live music nights five days a week.
Address: 1001 R Street, Sacramento, CA 95811
We are sure that you are madly in love with your furry friend, and you forgive them even bad behavior, but not everyone around is obliged to do this.
Therefore, before visiting public places with your dog, it is best to properly prepare. Here are some tips that we suggest a responsible dog owner can use.
And of course, your dog should be trained in the basic rules of behavior in public places — listen to you and your commands, not be aggressive or loud.
If you are just starting to take your dog with you, then it is better to start from quiet places, without loud music, and visit them at a time when there are fewer people there. And after that, you can take the fluffy to concerts with live music.
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