5 of The Top Dog-Friendly Bars in Los Angeles

You have a pooch that tags along with you everywhere and you also need a drink. What to do? Head to one of these 5 Dog-Friendly Bars all around Los Angeles and enjoy a cocktail with Fido in tow. Just ensure that your dog is well-trained or else it might cause havoc anywhere it goes. The victims can call on professionals, such as alabama dog bite lawyer, to back them up.

5 of The Top Dog-Friendly Bars in LA

The Fat Dog

The Fat Dog North Hollywood

 

With a name like “The Fat Dog,” you know you and your fur friend are in the right place. With two locations, in West Hollywood and North Hollywood, you’ll have double the chance to take advantage of specials including Wino Tuesdays (50% off bottles), Whiskey Wednesday ($12 flight + a draft beer), weekday happy hour, weekend brunches and Sunday Fundays, Their cocktails are even dog-themed. Try the Off Leash made with Old Forrester bourbon, Aperol, lemon juice and agave or the Best In Show made with El Jimador tequila blanco, raspberry liquor, blackberries, mint, lime juice and agave with a champagne float.

801 N. Fairfax Ave., Los Angeles (323) 951-0030 or 11050 Magnolia Blvd., North Hollywood (818) 985-DOGG, Thefatdogla.com, @thefatdogla

The Lincoln

The Lincoln Los Angeles

 

One of the most friendly pooch patios in all of L.A., The Lincoln gives you plenty of opportunities to get your drink on with your doggie. The Westside outpost offers $5 Old Fashion Mondays, Sunday BBQs, and their famous Sundays at Sunset featuring live music, $11 rose flights, $5 mimosa and $20 buckets of beer. Plus, you can never say no to one of their complimentary hot dogs. They also have an extensive collection of craft beers and a rotating wine list. The Lincoln loves dogs so much that they often team up with rescue groups for on-site adoption events and fundraisers. So don’t be surprised if you end up home with a hangover and new hound.

2536 Lincoln Blvd., Venice (310) 822-1715, Thelincolnvenice.com, @thelincolnla

Desert Rose

Desert Rose Los Angeles

Specializing in California-Mediterranean cuisine, Desert Rose is a dog-friendly urban oasis in the heart of Los Feliz Village. Their expansive patio has stylish water features and a famous stained glass rose sculpture for an elegant ambience. With a menu including grilled kebabs, fresh seafood, steaks, tabboulleh and hummus made from a family recipe, your doggie will be wishing you drop a bite under the table. For the real animal lovers, Desert Rose also offers an extensive vegan menu that’s worthy of two paws up. On the libations level, they offer an expansive wine list, five hand selected beers on tap and hand-crafted specialty cocktails including their Espresso Martini and Skinny Spicy Margarita.

1700 N. Hillhurst Ave., Los Angeles (323) 666-1166, Desertroserestaurant.com, @desertrosela

The Morrison

Morrison Pub Los Angeles

 

At The Morrison, dogs don’t have to beg for under the table scraps. AT the Atwater Village pub and eatery, pups have their own menu to order from. Dog dishes include shredded chicken, ground beef and hot dogs, all served on a silver platter with rice, a side of treats and a fresh bowl of water. While your canine chows down, you can nosh on a classic Corned Beef Sandwich or their popular vegetarian Shroomer Burger. The Morrison also has a mile long menu of craft beers including seasonal favorites like the Punkuccino Coffee Pumpkin Ale and specialty cocktails like the Bee’s Butt with Larceny, honey syrup, aged bitters and a lemon peel.

3179 Los Feliz Blvd., Los Angeles (323) 667-1839, Themorrisonla.com, @morrisonpubla

Angel City Brewery

Angel City Brewing Los Angeles

 

While most “dog-friendly” spots are limited to a patio, Angel City Brewery actually welcomes Fido inside for the full experience. With tons of space and lots of community-style seating, think of it as the best on-leash dog park in the city. The DTLA craft brewery brews over a dozen original beers including their delicious Salted Caramel Goose, new Saazberry fruit beer and uber-popular Angel City IPA. So, while your dog mixes and mingles with his fellow canine companions, you can knock back some cold ones. Rotating food trucks are always on site if you and the hound get hungry and you can also walk away with a growler of your favorite AC draft. Now that’s our kind of doggy bag.

216 Alameda St., Los Angeles (213) 622-1261, Angelcitybrewery.com, @angelcitybeer

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