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Bring Your Dog to These 16 Vegas Bars, Restaurants, and Cafes

Bring your dog with you to these Las Vegas restaurants

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Perhaps it isn't surprising that Las Vegas has a selection of restaurants and bars that welcome customers' dogs. The city has one of the highest dog park rates per capita in the country.

This is good news for dog lovers who know that the happiest hour at any bar takes place when both two-legged and four-legged patrons are served. Showing up to brunch with a canine companion might be a serious faux pas in some cities, but the places featured on this map welcome the presence of puppies.

From restaurants such as Town Square and Downtown Summerlin’s Lazy Dog, which offers chef-prepared meals for dogs, to breweries like Big Dog’s Brewing Co., a haven for local beers and local pups, it’s easy to find dog-friendly dining in Las Vegas. Know of another favorite dog-friendly destination? Hit up the tipline.

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Big Dog’s Brewing Co.

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The name, the logo and the giant dog statue out front are the first clues that Big Dog’s Brewing Co. is dog-friendly. Fortunately, the outdoor patio follows suit with plenty of space for dogs and humans alike. Water bowls are available for thirsty dogs and locally brewed beer is on tap for thirsty humans.

A group of people stand on a patio with a dog.
Big Dog’s Brewing Co.
Big Dog’s Brewing Co./Facebook

Triple George Grill

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Tucked away just off of buzzy Fremont Street, Triple George Grill gives off classic Vegas steakhouse vibes with one contemporary twist: dog-friendly sidewalk dining. Customers can partake in salmon or steaks and old school cocktails for lunch or dinner without having to leave their dogs at home.

A patio at night
The patio at Triple George Grill
Triple George Grill

Park on Fremont

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This East Fremont hipster oasis has a front patio, a back patio, and even a secret back back patio, along with some of the most Instagram-worthy decor Downtown. Urban dogs and their owners can grab a table on the front patio, where craft cocktails in Mason jars and dog-friendly seating set the scene for epic Fremont Street people watching.

The exterior of a restaurant with a patio at night
The patio at Park on Fremont
Park on Fremont/Facebook

Leoné Café

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Leone Cafe is an Italian-style coffee shop that fits in perfectly at Tivoli Village. Outside, dog-friendly seating accommodates dogs of all sizes in a decidedly European setting. Pet owners can sip espresso and savor Old World pastas, pizzas, and panini while their dogs lap up complementary water.

The head of a dog and a cup of latte
Leoné Café
Leoné Café/Facebook

Sambalatte Torrefazione (Multiple locations)

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It’s not uncommon to see a dog napping at the doorway of Sambalatte’s Boca Park location. Water bowls are always stationed outside of the coffee shop’s entrance, where patio seating invites visitors to bring their dogs and indulge in gourmet coffee.

A croissant and a cup of coffee
Sambalatte Torrefazione
Sambalatte Torrefazione/Facebook

Nevada Brew Works

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The patio at this brewery in the Las Vegas Arts District can get crowded on weekend nights, but during the week it’s shaded and calm. Your dog can join you for an outing while you dine on large pretzels, brick-oven pizza, and pop culture-themed cocktails.

A patio at a brewery
Nevada Brew Works 
Nevada Brew Works

Grape Street Cafe, Wine Bar & Cellar

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Looking for a dog-friendly Downtown Summerlin alternative to Lazy Dog? Grape Street Café’s al fresco setting is the perfect upscale venue for Italian and Mediterranean dishes paired with selections from an eclectic wine list. Dog owners can bring their own water bowls to the tranquil patio, which offers a shady retreat for dogs and their humans.

A patio in front of a restaurant with a dark yellow wall
The patio at Grape Street Cafe, Wine Bar & Cellar
Grape Street Cafe, Wine Bar & Cellar/Twitter

Coffee Pub

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This old school-style lunch spot serves salads and sandwiches into the late afternoon, and mostly serves nearby workers who are squeezing in a lunch break. For those with dogs tagging along, misters keep the patio area comfortable for both of you.

Egg & I

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The original Egg & I features a dog-friendly patio, as do the sister restaurants that go by the name Egg Works. All locations serve omelets, Benedicts, and other breakfast favorites along with American and Mexican lunch specialties. Water bowls, dog treats, and a canine-loving staff make pets feel comfortable.

A boxer stands on a patio
A dog on the patio at Egg & I
Egg & I/Facebook

The MadHouse Coffee

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This 24-hour coffee shop, featuring a dog friendly outdoor space (that just so happens to be adjacent to Desert Breeze Dog Park), serves unique espresso drinks such as the Red Velvet Mocha, along with housemade baked goods, sandwiches, and salads. Baristas are happy to deliver free water and treats to dogs on the sunny patio.

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The MadHouse Coffee
The MadHouse Coffee

Black Tap

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Located on the Las Vegas Strip, the patio at Black Tap overlooks the outdoor portion of the canal at the Grand Canal Shops. Dogs can sit outside with their owner, underneath misters, and watch the gondolas cruise by.

The Cake Shake on the patio at Black Tap
Black Tap
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In-N-Out Burger (Multiple locations)

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The much-hyped California burger joint is the go-to spot for Los Angeles transplants dying to get their fix (and tourists who want to experience the joy of a Double Double). Thanks to In-N-Out’s secret dog menu, which features a Pup Patty (a plain burger patty), dogs can discover the magic, too. Dogs can’t dine inside the restaurant, but drive-thrus are available at most Las Vegas locations.

Fries, a drink, and burger with cheese, two patties, lettuce, and tomato
In-N-Out Burger
In-N-Out Burger

Sunrise Coffee

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When Las Vegas starts to heat up, shaded patios are crucial for both people and pets. Sunrise Coffee offers a lovely one within walking distance of Sunset Dog Park. The neighborhood coffee shop serves eco-friendly coffee and vegetarian cuisine along with water and treats for dogs.

A shaded patio with people
The patio at Sunrise Coffee
Sunrise Coffee/Facebook

Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar (Multiple locations)

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When it comes to restaurants that cater to dogs and their owners, it doesn’t get much better than Lazy Dog. Both locations feature dog-friendly patios and special dog menus with items such as chicken and brown rice. For humans, there’s pasta, pizza, stir fries, and burgers along with a weekend brunch and a happy hour.

Lazy Dog patio
Lazy Dog patio
Amelinda B Lee

Cottonwood Station

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This breezy cafe in the town of Blue Diamond makes for the perfect spot to refuel after a morning at Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. The spacious patio overlooks the desert and provides ample fire-side seating for you and your dog. The restaurant serves pizza, paninis, and salads until 8 p.m. most days.

Mountain Springs Saloon

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Nestled in the trees at the top of Mountain Springs Pass between Las Vegas and Pahrump, this dog-friendly dive bar is worth the journey. Dollar bills on the walls and monthly pig roasts make Mountain Springs Saloon the ultimate biker stopover, and live music in an outdoor, pup friendly setting with water available upon request make it the perfect dog destination.

A patio with a lot of motorcycles in front of it
Mountain Springs Saloon
Mountain Springs Saloon/Facebook

Big Dog’s Brewing Co.

A group of people stand on a patio with a dog.
Big Dog’s Brewing Co.
Big Dog’s Brewing Co./Facebook

The name, the logo and the giant dog statue out front are the first clues that Big Dog’s Brewing Co. is dog-friendly. Fortunately, the outdoor patio follows suit with plenty of space for dogs and humans alike. Water bowls are available for thirsty dogs and locally brewed beer is on tap for thirsty humans.

A group of people stand on a patio with a dog.
Big Dog’s Brewing Co.
Big Dog’s Brewing Co./Facebook

Triple George Grill

A patio at night
The patio at Triple George Grill
Triple George Grill

Tucked away just off of buzzy Fremont Street, Triple George Grill gives off classic Vegas steakhouse vibes with one contemporary twist: dog-friendly sidewalk dining. Customers can partake in salmon or steaks and old school cocktails for lunch or dinner without having to leave their dogs at home.

A patio at night
The patio at Triple George Grill
Triple George Grill

Park on Fremont

The exterior of a restaurant with a patio at night
The patio at Park on Fremont
Park on Fremont/Facebook

This East Fremont hipster oasis has a front patio, a back patio, and even a secret back back patio, along with some of the most Instagram-worthy decor Downtown. Urban dogs and their owners can grab a table on the front patio, where craft cocktails in Mason jars and dog-friendly seating set the scene for epic Fremont Street people watching.

The exterior of a restaurant with a patio at night
The patio at Park on Fremont
Park on Fremont/Facebook

Leoné Café

The head of a dog and a cup of latte
Leoné Café
Leoné Café/Facebook

Leone Cafe is an Italian-style coffee shop that fits in perfectly at Tivoli Village. Outside, dog-friendly seating accommodates dogs of all sizes in a decidedly European setting. Pet owners can sip espresso and savor Old World pastas, pizzas, and panini while their dogs lap up complementary water.

The head of a dog and a cup of latte
Leoné Café
Leoné Café/Facebook

Sambalatte Torrefazione (Multiple locations)

A croissant and a cup of coffee
Sambalatte Torrefazione
Sambalatte Torrefazione/Facebook

It’s not uncommon to see a dog napping at the doorway of Sambalatte’s Boca Park location. Water bowls are always stationed outside of the coffee shop’s entrance, where patio seating invites visitors to bring their dogs and indulge in gourmet coffee.

A croissant and a cup of coffee
Sambalatte Torrefazione
Sambalatte Torrefazione/Facebook

Nevada Brew Works

A patio at a brewery
Nevada Brew Works 
Nevada Brew Works

The patio at this brewery in the Las Vegas Arts District can get crowded on weekend nights, but during the week it’s shaded and calm. Your dog can join you for an outing while you dine on large pretzels, brick-oven pizza, and pop culture-themed cocktails.

A patio at a brewery
Nevada Brew Works 
Nevada Brew Works

Grape Street Cafe, Wine Bar & Cellar

A patio in front of a restaurant with a dark yellow wall
The patio at Grape Street Cafe, Wine Bar & Cellar
Grape Street Cafe, Wine Bar & Cellar/Twitter

Looking for a dog-friendly Downtown Summerlin alternative to Lazy Dog? Grape Street Café’s al fresco setting is the perfect upscale venue for Italian and Mediterranean dishes paired with selections from an eclectic wine list. Dog owners can bring their own water bowls to the tranquil patio, which offers a shady retreat for dogs and their humans.

A patio in front of a restaurant with a dark yellow wall
The patio at Grape Street Cafe, Wine Bar & Cellar
Grape Street Cafe, Wine Bar & Cellar/Twitter

Coffee Pub

This old school-style lunch spot serves salads and sandwiches into the late afternoon, and mostly serves nearby workers who are squeezing in a lunch break. For those with dogs tagging along, misters keep the patio area comfortable for both of you.

Egg & I

A boxer stands on a patio
A dog on the patio at Egg & I
Egg & I/Facebook

The original Egg & I features a dog-friendly patio, as do the sister restaurants that go by the name Egg Works. All locations serve omelets, Benedicts, and other breakfast favorites along with American and Mexican lunch specialties. Water bowls, dog treats, and a canine-loving staff make pets feel comfortable.

A boxer stands on a patio
A dog on the patio at Egg & I
Egg & I/Facebook

The MadHouse Coffee

<span data-author="-1">The MadHouse&nbsp;Coffee </span>
The MadHouse Coffee
The MadHouse Coffee

This 24-hour coffee shop, featuring a dog friendly outdoor space (that just so happens to be adjacent to Desert Breeze Dog Park), serves unique espresso drinks such as the Red Velvet Mocha, along with housemade baked goods, sandwiches, and salads. Baristas are happy to deliver free water and treats to dogs on the sunny patio.

<span data-author="-1">The MadHouse&nbsp;Coffee </span>
The MadHouse Coffee
The MadHouse Coffee

Black Tap

The Cake Shake on the patio at Black Tap
Black Tap
Amelinda B Lee

Located on the Las Vegas Strip, the patio at Black Tap overlooks the outdoor portion of the canal at the Grand Canal Shops. Dogs can sit outside with their owner, underneath misters, and watch the gondolas cruise by.

The Cake Shake on the patio at Black Tap
Black Tap
Amelinda B Lee

In-N-Out Burger (Multiple locations)

Fries, a drink, and burger with cheese, two patties, lettuce, and tomato
In-N-Out Burger
In-N-Out Burger

The much-hyped California burger joint is the go-to spot for Los Angeles transplants dying to get their fix (and tourists who want to experience the joy of a Double Double). Thanks to In-N-Out’s secret dog menu, which features a Pup Patty (a plain burger patty), dogs can discover the magic, too. Dogs can’t dine inside the restaurant, but drive-thrus are available at most Las Vegas locations.

Fries, a drink, and burger with cheese, two patties, lettuce, and tomato
In-N-Out Burger
In-N-Out Burger

Sunrise Coffee

A shaded patio with people
The patio at Sunrise Coffee
Sunrise Coffee/Facebook

When Las Vegas starts to heat up, shaded patios are crucial for both people and pets. Sunrise Coffee offers a lovely one within walking distance of Sunset Dog Park. The neighborhood coffee shop serves eco-friendly coffee and vegetarian cuisine along with water and treats for dogs.

A shaded patio with people
The patio at Sunrise Coffee
Sunrise Coffee/Facebook

Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar (Multiple locations)

Lazy Dog patio
Lazy Dog patio
Amelinda B Lee

When it comes to restaurants that cater to dogs and their owners, it doesn’t get much better than Lazy Dog. Both locations feature dog-friendly patios and special dog menus with items such as chicken and brown rice. For humans, there’s pasta, pizza, stir fries, and burgers along with a weekend brunch and a happy hour.

Lazy Dog patio
Lazy Dog patio
Amelinda B Lee

Cottonwood Station

This breezy cafe in the town of Blue Diamond makes for the perfect spot to refuel after a morning at Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. The spacious patio overlooks the desert and provides ample fire-side seating for you and your dog. The restaurant serves pizza, paninis, and salads until 8 p.m. most days.

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Mountain Springs Saloon

A patio with a lot of motorcycles in front of it
Mountain Springs Saloon
Mountain Springs Saloon/Facebook

Nestled in the trees at the top of Mountain Springs Pass between Las Vegas and Pahrump, this dog-friendly dive bar is worth the journey. Dollar bills on the walls and monthly pig roasts make Mountain Springs Saloon the ultimate biker stopover, and live music in an outdoor, pup friendly setting with water available upon request make it the perfect dog destination.