Over quarantine many people adopted so many dogs that shelters everywhere had empty kennels. With the huge population of Los Angeles and all the pets that live in the city, pet friendly places are always fun to visit. Either to see other pups, or have an outing with your own. Los Angeles has many dog friendly places with open spaces for all dogs to roam around.
Of course this dog themed gastropub is dog friendly. The Fairfax location is next door to Tailwaggers pet store, and Fat Dog’s owners have a Labrador and bulldog of their own. Treats are provided for your pups and The Fat Dog offers delicious food, a creative and delicious craft cocktail program, a versatile wine list, and a truly excellent craft beer selection.
Nestled off the boulevard in Sherman Oaks sits your favorite neighborhood tavern, The Blue Dog. The name helps to explain that they are dog friendly. It also might be the decorations, with their pictures of pups placed on the walls.
Beginning with its headquarters in the Atwater Village neighborhood of LA, Golden Road has since become the cities largest craft brewer with a state-of-the-art brewery and tasting room in Anaheim and a few other locations. This pub on San Fernando rd. has a doggy deck where it is safe and dog friendly. With astroturf grass and dog beds, the Golden Road is a great spot to bring your dog.
With a large menu Momed is a great restaurant, and is open to all pups.
Located on one of L.A.’s most pedestrian friendly streets, in the heart of the sought-after Los Feliz neighborhood, Little Dom’s combines the laid back atmosphere of Los Angeles with the dynamic feel of a New York block. “We wanted to make it seem like this restaurant has been here forever, even though we completely renovated the space” says the owners.