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10 Awesome Dog-Friendly Patios Around ATL

There are some excellent spots around town where you can combine your love of food, patios, and pups. Here are some of the best dog friendly patios in ATL!

Lobster Roll from Hook Line and Schooner

1. Hook, Line & Schooner

This Smryna gem has the freshest seafood in a laidback and friendly environment. They have a small patio that’s perfect you and your pup as you snack on peel and eat shrimp, lobster rolls, crab legs, and more! You can also round up your bill to have money donated to local animal shelters–just look at these local pups that were saved thanks to their round up program!

the mahi mahi taco at Tuza Taco

2. Tuza Taco

This hidden gem in West Midtown is a groovy little spot for tacos, margaritas, and an awesome time. They have a small covered patio with ceiling fans to keep you cool where your dog is also welcomed. The most show-stopping item on their menu is their massive fish taco, but it’s all delicious and an awesome deal!

Treehouse Pub - Exterior | Photo: Facebook/treehousepubatlanta
Treehouse Pub – Exterior | Photo: Facebook/treehousepubatlanta

3. Treehouse Restaurant And Pub

We love the easygoing vibes and plant-covered patio at this shabby chic Buckhead spot that’s perfect for you and your pup. Their menu is pretty expansive with a little something for everyone, and they serve a mean brunch, too.

Cypress St - Krispy Kreme Burger
Cypress St – Krispy Kreme Burger

4. Cypress St. Pint & Plate

There’s a lot of great neighborhood bars and gastropubs around Atlanta, but not a lot of them do it better than Cypress St. Pint & Plate. Everything on their menu is mouthwatering delicious, the servers always make you feel like you’re at home, and they have outdoor seating you can bring your dog to. Their wings are solid, their late night menu is rockin’, and their brunch is also a hidden gem that’s delicious and generally wait-free.

Little Rey - Chicken Al Carbon | Photo:
Little Rey – Chicken Al Carbon | Photo:

5. Little Rey

Chef Ford Fry’s Little Rey brings Chicken al Carbon, a type of charcoal roasted rotisserie chikcen, perfection to Buckhead, and their shaded patio is a great place to grab a casual bite with your pup. They’ve also got breakfast tacos, melt-in-y0ur mouth hotcakes, and freakin’ delicious steak tacos, too. What’s not to love?

Mac n' cheese
Cheddar Crusted Mac and Cheese at New Realm Brewing

6. New Realm Brewing

When the weather is good, you can count on New Realm Brewing to be the most happening patio in the city, with multilevels, awesome food, live music, and of course great beer. Take a walk on the Beltline then hop right off for their brews and famously cheesy mac & cheese.

Hobnob Dixie Burger | Facebook/hobnobatlanta
Hobnob Dixie Burger | Facebook/hobnobatlanta


For “refined tavern fare with Southern flair,” head to Hobnob and bring your pup too! Loosen your belt and settle in for a fabulous meal with options like shrimp ‘n grits, tiramisu french toast, and fully loaded burgers. Locations in Dunwoody and Brookhaven.

Lazy Dog Restaurant - Patio | Photo: Facebook/LazyDogRestaurants
Lazy Dog Restaurant – Patio | Photo: Facebook/LazyDogRestaurants

8. Lazy Dog Restaurant and Bar

Lazy Dog Restaurant and Bar has been a total gem to the Peachtree Corners area! Their covered patio is spacious and perfect for social distance dining, and they’re doing a great job taking extra precautions in the COVID-19 era . Expect comfort food The bison meatloaf is a showerstopper

Victory Sandwich Bar - Pulled Pork Sandwich
Victory Sandwich Bar – Pulled Pork Sandwich

9. Victory Sandwich Bar

There are not a lot of things better, especially after a long bout of low-carb eating, than really freakin’ tasty sandwich. And Victory has plenty: prosciutto, pastrami, BLT, and an extra spicy chicken one with ghost pepper. Pair it with their famous whiskey coke slushies for a taste of heaven. Open in Decatur and Inman Park, and their patios are perfect for your pup!

Joy Cafe - Chicken Biscuit
Joy Cafe – Chicken Biscuit

10. Joy Cafe

You’ll be more than pleased by the Southern offerings at Joy Cafe in Midtown, and you can bring your four-legged best friend, too, to enjoy brunch on their spacious patio. Something fun and new that’s now available at Joy Cafe? Dinner service!

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