Dog-friendly places in New York City
Dog-friendly places in New York City. Man, and the dog has been living together for thousands of years and their relationship is exemplary because dogs are the most faithful animals on the planet and loyalty is one of the rare species in the world. Around 48% of Americans have dogs as a part of their families. Dogs are intelligent and a perfect partner for lonely people.
Here’s a list of top 20 most dog-friendly places in New York City
1. The Grey Dog Chelsea, 16th St
They have very friendly staff and the crowd comes with their dogs and relax in the shabby chic décor. They offer the best food for brunch, lunch, supper and dinner.
2. Lucky Dog, Bedford Ave
One of the best places to relax, play games and have your favourite drinks. Brick walls and cute dogs make the place worth visiting and enjoyable.
3. b.a, 233 West St
A classical place for fun get-togethers and hangouts with old friends and colleagues. It offers great drinks at affordable prices. Has the best music and awesome staff.
4. City Vineyard, 233 West St.
Its main dining room provides an aesthetic view of River Hudson as the city’s infrastructure shines at the back. Serves the best grapevine that is locally grown with one of the best foods in town.
5. The Spotted Dog, 1st Ave
Presents a wide range of lunch, dinner, snacks and kid menus. You can also order their exotic food online and enjoy the restaurant’s experience at home.
6. The Wilson NYC, 27th St
The restaurant has a very cool and calm environment with friendly and active staff. They have one of the best fast food. Must go with friends, family and colleagues.
7. Black Door, 26th St
How ‘bout a private party with friends and dogs? The black door has a vintage private room for parties and hangouts. Their service is extraordinary and the drinks are outstanding. The music hits you differently every time you visit the place.
8. Von, Bleecker St
Dance with your dog on the dance floor at this basement bar. The idea of different sections is very touchy, welcomes every kind of people and makes them feel comfortable. Dim lights, good music and partly separated rooms are its specialities.
9. Pier I CAFÉ, Riverside Blvd
An open sitting by the River’s side, best for parties. All you see there are people enjoying themselves and happy tamed dogs all over the place. Drink coffee with friends or dine out with your family.
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10. Fresh Salt, Beekman St.
Great cocktails and food. The staff is active and charged. The crowd is nice, friendly and calm. Don’t forget to eat their eggplant sandwich with mozzarella and pesto.
11. Dog and Bone, 3rd Avenue
The superb and chill environment with a cute décor. The price range is accordant. The bar has a grocery store at the back. The built is quite British but it is way better than the ancient bars.
12. Boat Basin Café, 79th St
This café is located by the River’s side too and gives a very nice view of the night sky. The setting sun, the sky hues and the boats. Best place to relax at the end of a stressful day. The food is finger-licking.
13. Fred’s, Amsterdam
A pet-friendly half bar half fast-food restaurant with pictures of dogs and other pets. The food is great and the atmosphere is clean and outstanding.
14. Barking Dog, 3rd Ave
A nice and friendly environment with a dog drinking fountain. It’s quite inexpensive and provides a great variety of food for all. The overall atmosphere is energetic.
15. Cookshop, 10th Ave
Famous for their farm to the table food. Environnement friendly restaurant serving the best brunch in town. Don’t miss the dessert here.
16. 44 & X, 10th Ave
A very creative restaurant with nice cocktails and lunch menu. The staff is great. The music calms the brain. Nice place to relax and have fun with friends, family and even kids.
17. Forest Point, Flushing Ave
Aesthetic indoor and outdoor sitting area with scrumptious food and chilled cocktails. The whole place has a very creative décor. The staff is great too.
18. Parnell’s, 53t
Irish style Pub with dim lights giving a nostalgic vibe. The food is awesome. The atmosphere is great and the fun is double everything. Offers live music sometimes.
19. LIC Bar, Long Island city
It’s not Gay-friendly but is dog-friendly for sure. Welcoming staff makes the atmosphere friendly and warm even in freezing nights. Stays open late at night.
20. Grand Banks, Pier 25
Beautifully built. The boat is clean but rusty. Serene views at night. The food is the best, especially the lobster mac n cheese. One of the best places for parties and anniversaries.