From dog-friendly restaurants to hidden surprise treats, there are plenty of places to bring your pup along in the big city.
Upper East Side // 1678 3rd Ave
The Barking Dog is as dog-friendly as its name suggests. This cafe is decked out in doggy decor. It also has a doggy water fountain outside--a perfect spot for you and your pup on hot weekend days.
Williamsburg // 303 Bedford Ave
Luckydog allows pups inside and in their outdoor area, which they often set up with little kiddie pools for dogs on hot days. They have great happy hour deals, so you can squeeze in your after work drinks and a sunset walk with your dog to end your day.
Tribeca // Pier 25
Grand Banks welcomes dogs on its sailboat bar docked at Pier 25. The completely outdoor bar gives off a nautical beach vibe and has some great photo ops for you and your pup.
Financial District // 90 Washington St
The Grey Dog is adorned with dog art and welcomes pups in their outdoor seating area. They offer a traditional brunch menu as well as various lunch and dinner options.
You don’t have to be the only one to enjoy Starbucks secret menu! Cue the puppuccino, a cappuccino cup of whipped cream for you dog to enjoy with you and your morning brew.
Shake Shack: Pooch-ini and Bag O’ Bones
Shake Shack is a dog-friendly establishment, and serves a couple of treats perfect for your furry friend. Our licensed real estate salesperson Marilyn De Amorim takes her dog to Shake Shack for the Pooch-ini. “Dogs love it!” she says. The Pooch-ini is a bowl of vanilla custard with peanut butter sauce and their very own ShackBurger dog biscuits. You can also take home five extra biscuits with their Bag O’ Bones.
Sprinkles: Doggie Cupcake
Get your dog its very own pupcake! Sprinkles offers doggie cupcakes for just $2.50. It includes a sugar-free batter and a yogurt frosting--yummy and safe for any pup!
Milk and Cookies Bakery: Dog Bones
By CHLOE’s vegan, all-natural peanut butter bones aren’t just tasty for your dog, but they also give back. “For every bag sold, $1 is donated to the Humane Society. Another perk: by CHLOE published their recipes online, so you can make them yourself as well!” managing partner Karla Saladino says.
This park offers more than just a little gravel space for dogs--it includes a bunch of boulders and mounds for dogs to play and explore. Fresh drinking water is also available for dogs in warmer months.
If your dog is a swimmer, or just a furry fellow trying to cool off on warm days, this is the perfect park. The swimming area is gated off from the rest of the little lake, so your pup stays safe and won’t go too far.
Located in Alphabet City, Tompkins Square Dog Run is incredibly spacious. In the summer there’s fresh drinking water and a little doggie pool. Tompkins Square also hosts the biggest Halloween dog parade in the city.