Dog lovers all over Boston carry well-worn doggy totes loaded with everything their pet could possibly need, except maybe lunch or a cocktail. Stop in at any of these eateries and drinking establishments during the daily walk with the family dog. Fido certainly won’t mind making new friends and sharing some time out with his human.

(Photo Credit: South End Buttery)

(Photo Credit: South End Buttery)


South End Buttery 
314 Shawmut Ave.
Boston, MA 02118
(617) 482-1015
southendbuttery.com

Ranked in the top ten for best contemporary food and again for best brunch within the United States, South End Buttery gives it’s best casual dining experience to Boston’s hungry travelers. Settle in for comfort food by the fireplace or get acclimated this spring on the pet-friendly patio. Crafted cocktails round off a seasonal dinner menu in the tradition of comfort. With classic dishes at affordable pricing, South End Buttery continues to make the headlines sparking the interest of food and restaurant critics in the area. It’s a natural fit to add a few fritters for your four-footed friend.

(Photo Credit: Wired Puppy Boston)

(Photo Credit: Wired Puppy Boston)


Wired Puppy
250 Newbury St.
Boston, MA 02116
(857) 366-4655
www.wiredpuppy.com

Wired Puppy is winning awards combining great puppy products and strong coffee for its customers in both the Boston cafe and Providence shop. Having a cup of java or tea with a scone in a take-home novelty mug complete with paw print or a new leash is an exciting adventure for dog lovers, especially during a brisk morning walk. Newbury Street conjures up images of grand window shopping trips. Visitors of Boston spend hours admiring the colorful shops and services that line both sides of this highly sought-after shopping destination. A delightful coffee shop such as Wired Puppy is a convenient ending spot or the perfect place to take a one cup break from the pavement. Wired Puppy pays special attention to the functional and fun needs of both the thirsty owner and their beloved pet.

(Photo Credit: Michelle McCormack)

(Photo Credit: Michelle McCormack)


The Living Room 
101 Atlantic Ave.
Boston, MA 02110
(617) 723-5101
www.thelivingroomboston.com

Offering gut-busting portions in the comfort of home, award-winning Chef Schattauer welcomes Boston pet lovers into a gracious living room bistro that is certain to keep the family coming back for more. Chicken waffles, dumplings loaded platters of specialty Mexican fare, superb exotic dishes and elegant desserts are all tantalizing tastes of the North End. The unique is balanced with the simple pleasures, craft beer with specialty cocktails, ample menu with warm atmosphere. The Living Room has found the perfect mix. Snuggle back into the giant sofa, and go ahead and put your feet up for a moment of well-deserved relaxation! Take in the Spring air on the oversized patio deck or seat yourself with fine linen and salt water aquarium; the choices are ample, including the comforts of home for your favorite animal companion.

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(Photo Credit: Stephanie's On Newbury)

(Photo Credit: Stephanie’s On Newbury)


Stephanie’s On Tremont
571 Tremont St.
Boston, MA 02118
(617) 236-2063
www.stephaniesrestaurantgroup.com

In the very heart of history sits Stephi’s On Tremont with visitors swarming Union Park on holiday. This spring, the restaurant’s floor to ceiling windows and comfortable patio will give your dog the very best view to people watch, be it inside or outdoors. Caramel crock pot chicken entrees are a tasty treat that has won the neighborhood this season. Relax in luxury for sophisticated comfort foods served up daily, or spend some quality time with your pet bar side with ample finger foods and light cocktails. Everyone is welcome at Stephi’s! You’ll find your neighbors have found the perfect place to stop for a light snack and friendly atmosphere as well.

(Photo Credit: The Salty Dog)

(Photo Credit: The Salty Dog)


Salty Dog Seafood Grille & Bar 
206 S. Market St.
Boston, MA 02109
(617) 742-2094
faneuilhallmarketplace.com

There’s nothing but the best for those hungry, happy, visitors to Quincy Market. There’s an outdoor patio for Fido and regional seafood fresh from the coastal shores of Maine. Salty Dog hosts fine dining and a three season patio for entertainment in all types of weather, including the curbside Oyster bar if a quick salty dog fix is the choice of the day. Located in the center of Boston’s bustling Faneuil Hall, servers pay special attention to the time you need and the prices you can afford. New England loves their seafood joints and so does the family pet. Watch the tail wag once you’ve settled down to dine!

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