The Best Dog-Friendly Bars, Cafes, And Restaurants Around D.C.


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It can be stressful to leave your pup at home, and many owners would like to be able to bring their pooch out to eat and drink without worrying about leaving it behind. Luckily, District dog-lovers have an increasing number of great options for dining and drinking around the city with their pets. All of these places offer water and a place for your dog, but also go above and beyond to make your furry friend feel welcome.

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ART AND SOUL: Catering to the well-heeled, Art and Soul goes above and beyond, offering dogs their own menu with a variety of options that are sure to please even the most picky pooch. Art and Soul serves up sophisticated, contemporary Southern cuisine in their dining room—and grilled sirloin, frozen beef bones, and banana-peanut “pupsicles” outside on the dog-friendly patio.
Art and Soul is located at 415 New Jersey Ave. NW
BAKED AND WIRED: This acclaimed family bakery features cupcakes so heavenly they’ll bring tears to your eyes, as well as a variety of other handmade baked goods such as biscotti, granola, and ice cream sandwiches. The bakery concocts homemade dog treats in a variety of savory flavors, including Peanut Butter Krunch, Bacon & L. Queso, and Chick-E-Cheese. They also make kitty treats. There is a little coffee shop attached specializing in espresso drinks where guests can boost their sugar high even higher with caffeine. Dogs are welcome to enjoy their treats outside on the patio.
Baked and Wired is located at 1052 Thomas Jefferson St. NW

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