8 Restaurants Where It's Totally Cool to Dine with Your Dog
And one spot has a menu just for Fido
Have you heard the news?
Dogs are now legally allowed to hang out with their owners on NYC restaurant patios. Yep, this means you can finally sip a mimosa while your adorable pug Matzo Ball slurps a bowl of ice water right beside you.
Here are the eight most dog-friendly restaurants in the city. Bring treats.
CORNELIA STREET CAFÉ
There’s no better spot to people watch (and dog watch) than from a table at this cute-as-a-button West Village sidewalk café.
29 Cornelia St. (at Bleecker St.); 212-989-9319 or corneliastreetcafe.com
You know what’s even better than sitting on a garden patio with your furry best friend? Sitting on a garden patio with your furry best friend and a frozen negroni.
180 Tenth Ave. (at W. 21st St.); 212-929-3888 or altalineanyc.com
This burger joint loves pups so much, they get their own special menu. We recommend the Pooch-ini, a sweet treat made with vanilla custard, peanut-butter sauce and ShackBurger biscuits.
Nine locations in Manhattan and Brooklyn; 646-545-4600 or shakeshack.com
THE GREY DOG
Order the Grey Dog Club and slip Fido a piece of roasted turkey when no one’s looking.
Locations in Chelsea, Nolita and the West Village; 212-462-0041 or thegreydog.com
Grab a cortado and an avocado toast, then join your furry pal outside for a relaxing lunch in Williamsburg.
18 Bedford Ave. (at Lorimer St.); 718-383-5345 or fiveleavesny.com
BOAT BASIN CAFÉ
After running some laps at the West 72nd Street Dog Run, cool down and take in a gorgeous view of the Hudson. (It’s even cool if your date drools on the sidewalk.)
79th St. (at Riverside Dr.); 212-496-5542 or boatbasincafe.com
This breezy patio by the High Line is the perfect spot to sip a Bloody Mary with your pup in tow. Order the baked French toast.
156 Tenth Ave. (at 20th St.); 212-924-4440 or cookshopny.com