Dog lovers can agree with me that there is never enough time to spend with your dog. So you might want to spend time with your dogs and go out for a drink. However, it is unfortunate that many restaurants are not dog friendly, but you don’t have to scratch your head anymore, for there are 58 bars that are pet friendly in Houston.
We have selected the ten best dog-friendly bars in Houston to hang out with your furry friend.
Every Barnaby’s location features a dog-friendly patio with shady overhangs, umbrellas, and comfortable-cozy seating. Not surprising, given that the eatery is named after a dog! Some establishments also feature fans to keep you and Fido cool. The downtown location has the tiniest patio, which is located on the sidewalk, but dogs are still welcome!
They have a dog menu with foods such as a chicken and rice bowl, ground beef, and garlic, and a dessert consisting of a milk bone in a block of peanut butter ice cream.
Location: 1701 S Shepherd Dr, Houston, TX 77019
Phone: (713) 520-5131
This Bar is tucked away in the Montrose neighborhood. They have a wide selection of craft beer, wine, and a variety of cocktails. It also serves a variety of hand-made pizzas. Additionally, they permit dogs on the outside patio, which is one of the most unique in Houston.
This lovely East End bar and coffee shop features an outside terrace with both covered and uncovered seating. There are also umbrellas and picnic tables on grass for your pup’s comfort.
Location: 708 Telephone Rd, Houston, TX 77023
Phone: (713) 923-4277
One of the co-founders of this Bar had a St. Bernard, and the other person had a Great Dane resulting in the name. Saint Dane’s is the classic neighborhood bar, which means there are a lot of regulars and laid-back dogs walking about the place. However, this pub isn’t only for dog owners; everyone who likes dogs will discover a new furry buddy here.
This indoor/outdoor pub has several pet-friendly locations. A tiny concrete front terrace with umbrellas provides shade. The deck-side patio has umbrellas and industrial fans to keep you cool.
Location: 502 Elgin St, Houston, TX, United States, Texas
Phone: +1 713-807-7040
Though this local ice house, located just north of Washington Avenue, lacks a kitchen, the rotating food trucks, and entertainment more than compensate. Nettbar provides abundant sitting at picnic tables across the grounds and various outdoor activities such as cornhole, bocce, and darts. Dog owners with larger dogs may love the deck’s scenic views and a section near the railing where dogs can be leashed while you grab a drink. Nettbar has a protected dog run where restless hounds may get a break from the leash.
Location: 4504 Nett St, Houston, TX 77007
Phone: (832) 991-8610
This traditional Houston bungalow features a complete bar and various patios with white rock ground cover. You can choose from four separate dining spaces, all open and ready for you and your dog, regardless of the weather. Grab a snack from one of the rotating food trucks and watch a game on the giant, single-screen outside television, or head to the specialized dog park with picnic tables inside to share a drink while your pooch makes new friends.
Location: 1105 Sampson St, Houston, TX 77003
Phone: (713) 505-1820
One of Houston’s nicest patios also happens to be dog-friendly. On top of that, they have the greatest beer options in town and one of the best burgers. So if you visit this place, you will have a great spot to spend a sunny afternoon with your dog.
They serve whisky cocktails, beer, shots, saint Arnold sangrias, and many more drinks. If your best buddy becomes restless, take him through the nearby gate that goes to a neighborhood park.
Location: 3422 N Shepherd Dr, Houston, TX 77018
Phone: (713) 802-0410
The Patio at the Pit Room is a must-visit for smoked brisket, fall-off-the-bone ribs, Frito pie, and crawfish served Thursday through Sunday — all with your dog in tow. Your dog will feel at ease on the hardwood terrace encircling the Bar as you catch the latest sports game or simply focus on your two-legged dining friends. Choose a larger picnic or four-top table if you’re still socializing your dog.
Location: 1205 Richmond Ave, Houston, TX 77006
Phone: (832) 962-7143
Happy hour at HBG opens from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. on weekdays and gets even better when you bring your best buddy. They have plenty of open and covered patio space for dogs and their owners to enjoy, as well as plenty of seating, fire pits, pub fare (not to be confused with pup grub), and nearly 100 beers, meads, and ciders on tap.
Location: 1433 N Shepherd Dr. Ste 1. Houston, TX 77008.
Phone: (713) 862-4940.
This new patio venue has lifted the Bar. The main deck, which features an indoor-outdoor bar with a great selection of beers and cocktails, an upper deck with Downtown skyline views, and stadium seating in the food truck amphitheater, all mean there’s no shortage of options for you and your pet.
Stop in for a meal from the day’s food truck before or after getting a drink, then choose a seat. Seating near the perimeter fence or outside Bar facing the lovely woods that line the White Oak Bayou walk is best for larger dogs.
Location: 2205 Patterson St, Houston, TX 77007
Phone: (832) 804-6912
10. Pucci Café
This bourgeois dog cafe and lounge, the first of its type in Katy, serve goodies for canines and their beloved people. Order coffee, wine, light nibbles from the cafe, a pastry for the puppy from the dog bakery, and then relax on the patio. Looking for dog accessories in the on-site shop? Feel free to leave your pooch at the Bark Park, a fenced-in play area for dogs with watering and waste stations.
Location: 23501 Cinco Ranch Blvd Suite N200, Katy, TX 77494
Phone: (713) 391-8500
Gone are the days when you had to leave your dog behind when going out to have fun with friends. Houston has the best dog-friendly bars that will ensure that you and your furry friend will enjoy to the fullest with great drinks and delicious dog foods.