Austin Dog-Friendly Establishments

If you have a four-legged friend and you’re living in Austin, you’ll be pleased to know that the Texas capital is one of the most dog-friendly cities out there. With our plethora of parks and outdoor patios, your pup will be able to accompany you to brunches, days at the pool, and post-work happy hours.

Moving to Austin? Find a great real estate agent who is licensed and has completed their continuing education coursesthey should be able to point you toward the right neighborhood with plenty of places where your dog will be as welcomed as you are.

Check out some of the best dog-friendly bars, restaurants and patios in Austin (listed in alphabetical order).

4th Tap Brewing and Co-Op

AGBG

Amy’s Ice Cream (Burnet)

Austin Java

Austin Terrier

Banger’s Sausage House

Bar 96

Barton Springs Saloon

Billy’s on Burnet

Black Sheep Lodge

Black Star Co-Op

Bouldin Creek Cafe

The Buzz Mill

Carmelo’s

Cedar Door

Central Market Cafe

Cheer Up Charlies

Cherrywood Coffee House

Chez-Zee

Contigo

Corner Bar

Crown and Anchor Pub

Dog House Drinkery

Dogwood

Draught House

Easy Tiger

El Mercado

Fado Irish Pub

Galaxy Cafe

Gibson Street Bar

Handlebar

Hopdoddy

Hopfields

Hops and Grain

Irie Bean Coffee Bar

Jo’s Coffee

Kerbey Lane

Lamberts

Launderette

Little Woodrow’s

Luke’s Inside Out

Mandolas

Maria’s Taco Xpress

Moonshine Patio Bar and Grill

Moontower Saloon

Mother’s Cafe

Motzart’s Coffee Roasters

North by Northwest

Opal Divine’s Marina

Terrys

Perla’s

Phara’s

Phil’s Icehouse

Picnik

Radio Coffee

Red’s Porch

Salty Sow

Sazon

Scholz Garten

Shake Shack

Shangri-La

Skylark Lounge

Soup Peddler

South Austin Trailer Park and Eatery

Spider House Patio Bar and Cafe

The Brixton

The Gatsby

The Ginger Man

The Liberty

The Picnic – Foodtruck Park

Uncle Billys Brewery

Vera Cruz

Whip In

Whisler’s

White Horse

Work Horse Bar

Yard Bar

Yellow Jacket Social Club
When in doubt, just give your favorite establishment a call to see if your furry friend is welcome! You’d be surprised how many restaurants and bars are happy to have your pup.