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Top Dog-Friendly Brunch Spots in Baltimore

It’s Sunday morning, and you’ve got crab cake benedict and bottomless mimosas on your mind. You’ve been out all night, and your furry friend is longing for attention. Fortunately, you can share the joys of brunch with your dog in Charm City, where restaurant sidewalks and patios are filled with man’s—and woman’s—best friend. Here are some of our favorite dog-friendly brunch spots in Baltimore featuring BOMB brunch menus.

The Point in Fells

A local favorite, and consensus winner of among dog-friendly eating spots in Baltimore. Their Canine Cuisine menu may be the greatest thing we’ve ever seen. From Ground Chicken & Wild Rice Burgers to Dry Aged Beef Hot Dogs and Beef Marrow Bones, your pup definitely will not leave hungry. All items are $5 and come with bottomless H20. The Point is located in the heart of Fells Point and overlooks the water. Instagram heaven. 1738 Thames St, Baltimore, MD 21231

Mama's On The Half Shell

With some of the best oysters in town, this Baltimore staple attracts both locals and out-of-towners. This cozy seafood restaurant welcomes fido on the outside patio. Located in the heart of Canton Square, Mama's On The Half Shell is the ultimate people (and dog) watching spot. And can we talk about the outdoor misting system? Truly a dream on a hot summer day. 2901 O'Donnell St, Baltimore, MD 21224

Bond Street Social

With tons of outdoor patio seating and an extensive Build-Your-Own Bloody Mary Bar, Bond Street Social is a Sunday morning hot spot for both dogs and people. Dogs are greeted with a big bowl of ice water and lots of love from all staff members. PRO TIP: Order the Bond Street Burger Sliders sans bread if your pup is in the mood for a snack! 901 S Bond St, Baltimore, MD 21231

Kooper's Tavern

Named after the owners’ Yellow Lab, Kooper’s Tavern is one of the dog-friendliest spots in Baltimore. Brunch with your pup at one of the outdoor tables and enjoy some of the best people watching in Fells Point, all while enjoying a brew from their impressive list or noshing on their award winning burgers. Kooper's owns another dog-friendly restaurant nextdoor called Slainte. 1702 Thames St, Baltimore, MD 21231

Pitango Bakery + Cafe

Oh Pitango, we love you dearly. With tons of outdoor seating on the water and great Wi-Fi, this is a solo diner’s dream spot. Food is ordered at the counter and sandwiches are made on the spot. Water bowls and lots of metal poles to tie up your buddy. Simple, casual, and homey. Oh, and Pitango Bakery + Cafe is BYOB… Score! The almond croissant, mint lemonade, and prosciutto avocado toast can’t be missed. Charcuterie boards serve as a delish snack for fido. 903 S Ann Street, Baltimore, MD 21231

Raw Bar

Canton is known for being one the most dog friendly neighborhoods in town, so it’s no surprise that this spot along the Canton waterfront welcomes pups at its outdoor dining area. Sip on a classy cocktail or throw back shooters with some oysters from the raw bar alongside your four legged friend who may just be sipping on the water brought out by one of the dog-loving servers. After brunch, explore Canton Waterfront Park or the fenced-in dog park located next to Canton Swim Club. 2809 Boston Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21224


  • Raw & Refined

  • The Admiral's Cup Restaurant & Bar in Fells Point

  • Sliante Irish Pub

  • Waterfront Hotel

  • Ampersea

  • Little Havana

  • Barcocina

  • Woodberry Kitchen

  • THB Canton

  • On The Hill Cafe

  • Blue Pit BBQ and Whiskey Bar

  • Nori

  • Hon Bar

  • Wicked Sisters

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