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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.

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Cornelia Street Café

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

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Alta Linea

ALTA LINEA

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

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SHAKE SHACK

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

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The Grey Dog

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

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Five Leaves

FIVE LEAVES

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

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Boat Basin Café

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

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Cookshop

COOKSHOP

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

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PER LEI

If you’re going to treat your pup to a classy Italian dinner at this Upper East Side café, you must do the Lady and the Tramp thing with your spaghetti. It’s a rule.

1347 Second Ave. (at E. 71st St.); 212-439-9200 or perleinyc.com

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