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Dog-Friendly Patios in Baltimore

Patio dining season is upon us, and we know your dog wants to join! Fortunately, you can share the joys of outdoor dining with your dog in Charm City, where restaurant/bar sidewalks and patios are filled with man’s—and woman’s—best friends! Here is a list of over 75 dog-friendly patios in Baltimore City that you need to check out next time you're looking for a place to grab drinks or a bite to eat with your dog.

Fells Point

  • Abbey Burger Bistro

  • Ale Mary's

  • Alexanders Tavern

  • Ampersea

  • Baja Tap -- has treats AND toys for pups on the patio!

  • Barcocina

  • Chilangos

  • Choptank

  • Duck Duck Goose

  • Kooper's Tavern

  • Max's Taphouse -- follow @mutts.of.maxs on Instagram

  • Papi’s Tacos

  • Pitango Bakery & Café

  • Stuggy's

  • Thames Street Oyster House

  • The Admiral's Cup

  • The Point -- has a menu JUST FOR DOGS!

  • V-No Wine Bar

  • Waterfront Hotel

Harbor East/Harbor Point

  • Cindy Lous Fish House

  • Loch Bar

  • Maximón


  • Annabel Lee

  • Atwater's

  • Bayside Cantina

  • Blue Hill Tavern

  • Canton Local

  • The Chasseur

  • Chesapeake Wine Company

  • Claddagh Pub

  • Cowboy Row

  • Dipasquale's

  • El Bufalo

  • Gunther & Co

  • Huck's American Craft

  • Knotty Pine

  • Lee's Pint & Shell

  • The Worthington (formerly Zen Den & Looneys Pub)

  • Mahaffey's Pub

  • Mama's on the Half Shell

  • Of Love & Regret

  • Raw & Refined

  • Shipyard Pub

  • Silks Canton

  • Southern Provisions

  • Snake Hill

  • THB Deli

  • Verde

  • Pig & Rooster

  • Ellie's Tavern

  • Lighthouse Canton's Biergarten

  • Smaltimore

Federal Hill/Locust Point

  • Amber

  • AJ's on Hanover

  • Banditos Bar + Kitchen

  • Barracudas Locust Point

  • Blue Agave

  • Captain Larry's Bar & Grille

  • Hair Of the Dog

  • Little Havana

  • Mother's Bar & Grille

  • Outpost American Tavern

  • Pub Dog Pizza

  • Riverside Taphouse

  • Shotti's Point

  • Wiley Gunters

  • THB McHenry Row

  • Key Neapolitan by Verde

  • Boots & Brats Biergarten

  • Miss Twist Ice Cream - has pup cups!

Patterson Park

  • Charmed Kitchen

  • Johnny Rad's

  • Kisling's Tavern

  • Patterson Public House

  • Water for Chocolate

Charles Village/Hampden/Remington/Station North

  • 29th Street Tavern

  • Artifact Coffee

  • Birotecca

  • Blue Pit BBQ

  • Charles Village Pub

  • Chuck’s Trading Post

  • Clavel

  • Fadensonnen Wine Bar

  • Guilford Hall Brewery & Restaurant

  • Grano Pasta Bar

  • Golden West Cafe


  • The Wine Collective

  • Hampden Yards

  • Wicked Sisters

Inner Harbor/Downtown

  • Leinenkugel Beer Garden

  • Miss Shirley’s Café

  • Pratt St Ale House


  • Cunningham's Cafe & Bakery

  • Towson Hot Bagels and Deli (THB)

  • Atwater's Kenilworth

  • The Point in Towson

  • Charles Village Pub and Patio

  • Baltoz Bakery (new!)


  • Tiki Lee's Dock Bar (Sparrow's Point)

  • Crazy Tuna Bar & Grille (Essex) - has Dog Menu of 🍔🌭🍗 !

Patios & Restaurants in Baltimore that are NOT Dog-Friendly

  • Nicks Fish House

  • Phillips Seafood

  • Guinness Open Gate Brewery

We strongly recommend that you visit the website of any restaurant or patio before visiting for the latest hours and policies, especially with COVID-19.

Dog Owner Etiquette

Let's be responsible pet owners so that we can continue visiting these patios and restaurants with our dogs for years to come! Here are some tips to ensure you and your dog are invited back.

- Keep Your Dog Leashed

- Bring poop bags and pick up after your pet when nature calls. A brisk walk prior to taking your dog out to eat with you is always a good idea!

- Don’t put them up on the table or sit them in a chair (even though that is SO cute).

- Don’t drop your dirty plate for licking clean. Save that for home. (You know you do it...we do too)

- While you are totally obsessed with your dog, remember that other humans paying to enjoy a beautiful and peaceful patio dining experience may not. If you have a dog (or a kid for that matter) that is having trouble settling down, take a quick walk around the block.

If you visit one of these dog-friendly patios or one that isn't listed above, we'd love to hear about your experience! Reach out to us at or on Instagram.

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