Posts Tagged ‘doggy dining’

Arlington VA To Allow Dogs At Outdoor Restaurants

Thursday, April 4th, 2013

Good news for Arlington dog owners: the city’s health department now lets restaurants apply for a variance to allow dogs in outdoor dining areas.

This comes just months after the public health department reminded restaurants that non-service animals weren’t allowed in any dining areas, ARLnow points out. At the time, Arlington County Department of Human Services spokesman Kurt Larrick said that “[t]he presence of animals would create a risk of people getting sick due to fecal contamination.”

The policy reversal comes as D.C. gears up for warmer weather and outdoor dining season. For more on the story click here.

DogFriendly.com’s Guide To Pet-Friendly Restaurants

DogFriendly.com’s Guide to Arlington, Alexandria and Northern Virginia

Dog-Friendly Restaurants in Honolulu

Thursday, February 14th, 2013

From Honolulu Magazine: Pet owners may be accustomed to taking their pets to stores and on certain beaches, but what about dining with your pup? Health codes, for the most part, require animals to stay outdoors, but some eateries are more pet friendly than others. Here are a few you’ll be happy visiting with your dog. Heads up: be a helpful owner by bringing your own doggy dish for water and treats for good behavior.
See the whole article here …

Melbourne Florida’s Coaster’s Pub

Sunday, February 3rd, 2013

Coaster’s Pub
971A E. Eau Gallie Blvd
Melbourne,
Florida 32937
321-779-BREW

This beer garden serves many types of Beer and a great selection of burgers, salads and seafood. Dogs are allowed in an outdoor beer garden at the back of the restaurant. Coaster’s Pub requests that all dogs except for seeing eye dogs enter through the back gate. The outdoor area is open to leashed, under-control, and well behaved dogs during daylight hours. Dogs must be taken out of the dining area to relive themselves. Dog cleanup bags are available at the back gate. You must clean up after your dog.