Dining Out With Dogs

If dogs truly are man’s best friend, they can’t always be left at home. So, we recently asked our #WinderPup friends to give us some suggestions for dog-friendly hot spots around town. Typically you’re encouraged to not bark orders at people, but we’ll make an exception for these Fido friendly businesses.

Norm’s Eatery and Ale House

Norms

Located in the Fremont neighborhood of Seattle, Norm’s Eatery & Ale House is open every day of the week for lunch, dinner and drinks. They are pet-friendly with a wide-ranging clientele, from college students on weekend nights to families during the day – plus they have trivia night on Thursdays!

The Dray

Dray

A warm and cozy interior made from reclaimed woods welcomes you and your four-legged friend to The Dray for great food, beer, wine and Stumptown coffee. Don’t bother bringing a book to read, since there will likely be a soccer match on the telly and lots of spirited fans in the house. Located in the Phinney Ridge neighborhood.

Bustle Caffe’

bustle

Located on top of the strategically important Queen Anne Hill, Bustle Caffe’ exists to create a delicious yet entertaining espresso based beverage experience while offering delectable pastries, breakfast sandwiches, lunch items and a bowl of water for your pooch.

FYI: today is National #TakeYourDogToWorkDay!

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