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19 Dog-Friendly Bars and Restaurants in Portland, Mapped

Where to eat and drink with your dog in Portland

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You no longer have to choose between your two greatest loves — your dog and your diet. Here are a number of Portland eateries that will happily accommodate your furry companions, because let’s face it, you probably can’t fathom being away from your dog for any longer than the time it takes to down an IPA.

Have a favorite dog-friendly restaurant that’s not on the list? Share it in the comments. (Note the points on this map are not ranked; rather, they are organized geographically.)

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Java Hound Coffee Bar

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610 NW 23rd Ave
Portland, OR
(503) 841-5410
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Sip a cup of coffee with your dog at this cool little cafe located inside boutique pet shop Hip Hound. It serves local coffees, teas, and pastries in addition to the Puppuccino, a special doggy drink of goat milk topped with treats. If you can make it, there’s also Yappy Hour, which takes place from 5 to 7 p.m. every third Thursday and includes wine and beer tastings and bites for both humans and your pup.

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2. Lucky Labrador Beer Hall

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1945 NW Quimby St
Portland, OR
(503) 517-4352
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Portland’s original dog bar has four locations throughout the city — each with dog-friendly patios, ample water bowls, and adorable photo opts for your pup. The brewpub also hosts the annual “Dogtoberfest,” a huge dog-wash event with beer and live music that raises money for the Dove Lewis Emergency Animal Hospital.

3. Sniff Dog Hotel

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1828 NW Raleigh St
Portland, OR
(503) 208- 2366
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Inside the swank Sniff Dog Hotel (the hotel has an onsite dog salon and spa), Sniff Cafe offers coffee, craft beer, and food like sandwiches and pizza. If you come during happy hour from 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday through Friday, your pooch can play for free in a supervised 2000-square-foot indoor space. And who knows, perhaps your pup will make a friend or two.

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4. The Rambler

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4205 N Mississippi Ave
Portland, OR
(503) 459-4049
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Set inside a converted 1920s bungalow, The Rambler is known for its Southwestern fare, like Frito pie and smoked brisket chili, in addition to cocktails such as the Texas Mule. The bar has very dog-friendly front and back patios, plus fire pits and a bocce ball court. Mondays bring all-day happy hour.

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5. Victoria Bar

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4835 N Albina Ave
Portland, OR 97217

Looking for top-notch cocktails? This charming North Portland bar known for naming its mixed drinks after culty Princess Bride references is a great option. It also serves Cajun-inspired plates, including vegan and gluten-free dishes, and its dog-friendly patio is a great spot to chill on a sunny afternoon. Happy hour runs from 3 to 6 p.m. daily, with discounted food and drink like the $5 daily punch.

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6. Fifth Quadrant

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3901 N Williams Ave
Portland, OR 97227
(503) 288-3996
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This Lompoc Brewery brewpub comes with a covered patio — it’s heated during the colder months — where you can get sauced without feeling guilty about leaving Fido at home. It serves quality pub food like bacon-topped elk burgers and ale-battered fish and chips, as well as vegetarian items like tofu tacos with jalapeno-citrus slaw and pepitas.

7. White Owl Social Club

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1305 SE 8th Ave
Portland, OR
(503) 236-9672
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A sprawling patio with plenty of seating and a fire pit makes White Owl Social Club a favorite among dogs and humans alike. There’s even a special canine entrance to the patio. The bar is known for its friendly heavy metal vibe, strong drinks, and vegan and gluten-free options like the hazelnut beet burger. Happy hour runs from 3 to 7 p.m. daily.

Dog entrance at White Owl Social Club
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8. Base Camp Brewing

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930 SE Oak St
Portland, OR
(541) 477-7479
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Leave it up to Portland to have a bar that combines our favorite things (besides dogs): beer and the great outdoors. Home to the beloved S’more Stout, the brewery has a huge, dog-friendly patio complete with fire pits and log benches. As for food, you can order at the bar from one of the local food carts. They rotate, so check the website for current options.

9. Marthas

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1300 SE Stark St
Portland, OR 97214
(503) 288-3895
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The Washington High School dog park begins right where the patio ends at Marthas, so you can let your pooch run free while you relax and peruse the menu of 24 rotating drafts. Besides beer, there’s a full bar with some house cocktails, as well as sandwiches, pizzas, and salads. The cafe even has toys your dog to play with, in addition to complementary dog treats, water bowls, and doggy bags for taking care of business.

10. Tin Shed Garden Cafe

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1438 NE Alberta St
Portland, OR 97211
(503) 288-6966
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Treat your best friend to dinner. One of the more popular brunch spots in Portland, this cafe is a favorite among dog owners for its little dog menu, including dog dessert. There’s a covered patio as well as an adjoining one with umbrellas and tables. Go on a Tuesday for Doggie Love Night, where you can buy one full-priced adult meal and get a free dog dinner, starting at 5 p.m.

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11. Tamale Boy

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1764 NE Dekum St
Portland, OR
(503) 206-8022
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Eating freshly made tamales with a pint-sized margarita in-hand is an excellent way to bide time with your pooch. Tamale Boy’s roomy outdoor patio on Northeast Dekum is decked with tables, umbrellas, and a fire pit. Dogs are enthusiastically welcomed to hang out on the patio here, so you’ll likely find more four-legged friends.

12. The Sudra

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2333 NE Glisan St
Portland, OR
(971) 302-6002
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A vegan Indian fusion spot located in Northeast Glisan’s micro-restaurant row, The Sudra has a small, dog-friendly patio, so you can dine on pakora and lentil stew with your pup by your side. There’s a daily happy hour from 4 and 7 p.m., and again from 9 p.m. to close, with $1-off cocktails and wines (but the real steal is the $2 tall boy). The Sudra has a second location in St Johns with a dog-friendly patio, as well, for some sustenance after a long day romping around at Cathedral Park.

13. The Station

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2603 NE Alberta
Portland, OR
(503) 284-4491
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Bar trivia: Built in 1931, The Station was originally home to what business? The answer: The Northwestern Electric Company. And today, it’s a popular hangout for game nights, with a nice back patio with tables and umbrella, and a hyper friendly spot for canine guests. Here, find dog bowls, dog food menus, dog treats, and, best of all, free doggy bandanas. As for human food, there are bar snacks like nachos and wings, scratch-made pizza pies, and burgers. Find 10 rotating brews on-tap. The dog entrance is to the right of the pub.

Back patio at The Station
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14. Yakuza Lounge

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5411 NE 30th Ave
Portland, OR 97211
(503) 450-0893
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If you and your dog are looking to escape to a tranquil, zen-like garden, head to Yakuza Lounge’s lush, landscaped patio. The kitchen offers things like fresh sushi, salads, a killer burger, and craft cocktails.

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15. Pizza Jerk

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5028 NE 42nd Ave
Portland, OR
(503) 284-9333
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This breakout rock ‘n’ roll pizzeria happens to have a 100-seat dog-friendly patio with picnic tables and umbrellas, so there’s plenty of space to be had for devouring pizza and boozy slushies alongside your pup. So the kids won’t feel left out, there are also regular, non-alcoholic slushies available.

Pizza Jerk’s dog-friendly patio
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16. Patton Maryland

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5101 N Interstate Ave
Portland, OR 97217
(503) 841-6176
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This Highway 99-themed restaurant serves up Southern comfort food like its signature beef brisket, a barbecue dish cooked with an in-house smoker. There are also a number of vegetarian items such as cornmeal fritters smothered in barbecue sauce and cauliflower bowls, as well as Southern-inspired cocktails to wash everything down. The spacious dog-friendly patio has plenty of tables, doggie bowls, and a fireplace surrounded by Adirondack chairs that will make you feel as if you’re at a backyard party. All kids menu items are half price on Mondays.

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17. Elevator Cafe & Commons

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3623, Equal Exchange in Portland, OR, SE Main St, Portland
OR 97214, USA
(503) 784-0646
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This spacious warehouse cafe welcomes doggies, and on warmer days, the large roll-up doors remain open to keep the place breezy. Elevator Cafe & Commons gets its name from an old decommissioned elevator that marks the centerpiece of the industrial space, and ceiling windows offer plenty of natural light. Get your caffeine fix with its signature small batch single origin coffee, which can be paired with one of the freshly baked pastries or a breakfast sandwich.

Elevator Cafe & Commons
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18. A Roadside Attraction

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1000 SE 12th Ave
Portland, OR 97214
(503) 233-0743

A quirky gathering spot that’s as Portland as they come, A Roadside Attraction has some great little nooks around the patio for you and your pooch to chill out, and there’s even a water bowl station on-site to keep your furry friend hydrated. The plant-filled patio sports a large swing chair, a wood stove for colder nights, and of course, plenty of old-school signs and knick knacks strung about that offer a thrift shop sort of vibe. In addition to a full bar, you can grab a bite to eat here, although the bar is cash only so be sure to bring some dollars.

Roadside Attraction
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19. Holman's Bar & Grill

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15 SE 28th Ave
Portland, OR 97214
(503) 231-1093
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We all know that hangovers suck, and bringing your pup along for brunch ensures you needn’t wallow in pathetic agony alone. Holman’s serves breakfast all day, but the real attraction is its weekend build-your-own bloody mary bar, where you can make your own drink with a selection of vodkas infused with ingredients like refreshing cucumber or for a spicy kick, Thai Sriracha. Dogs are allowed on the enclosed garden patio, a tranquil area with lots of plants and a trickling fountain that proves a stark contrast to the dark and divey interior.

Holman’s
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1. Java Hound Coffee Bar

610 NW 23rd Ave, Portland, OR
Dog with a Puppuccino
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Sip a cup of coffee with your dog at this cool little cafe located inside boutique pet shop Hip Hound. It serves local coffees, teas, and pastries in addition to the Puppuccino, a special doggy drink of goat milk topped with treats. If you can make it, there’s also Yappy Hour, which takes place from 5 to 7 p.m. every third Thursday and includes wine and beer tastings and bites for both humans and your pup.

610 NW 23rd Ave
Portland, OR

2. Lucky Labrador Beer Hall

1945 NW Quimby St, Portland, OR

Portland’s original dog bar has four locations throughout the city — each with dog-friendly patios, ample water bowls, and adorable photo opts for your pup. The brewpub also hosts the annual “Dogtoberfest,” a huge dog-wash event with beer and live music that raises money for the Dove Lewis Emergency Animal Hospital.

1945 NW Quimby St
Portland, OR

3. Sniff Dog Hotel

1828 NW Raleigh St, Portland, OR
Dog playground at Sniff Dog Hotel
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Inside the swank Sniff Dog Hotel (the hotel has an onsite dog salon and spa), Sniff Cafe offers coffee, craft beer, and food like sandwiches and pizza. If you come during happy hour from 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday through Friday, your pooch can play for free in a supervised 2000-square-foot indoor space. And who knows, perhaps your pup will make a friend or two.

1828 NW Raleigh St
Portland, OR

4. The Rambler

4205 N Mississippi Ave, Portland, OR
Front patio at The Rambler
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Set inside a converted 1920s bungalow, The Rambler is known for its Southwestern fare, like Frito pie and smoked brisket chili, in addition to cocktails such as the Texas Mule. The bar has very dog-friendly front and back patios, plus fire pits and a bocce ball court. Mondays bring all-day happy hour.

4205 N Mississippi Ave
Portland, OR

5. Victoria Bar

4835 N Albina Ave, Portland, OR 97217
Patio at Victoria Bar
Facebook/Victoria Bar

Looking for top-notch cocktails? This charming North Portland bar known for naming its mixed drinks after culty Princess Bride references is a great option. It also serves Cajun-inspired plates, including vegan and gluten-free dishes, and its dog-friendly patio is a great spot to chill on a sunny afternoon. Happy hour runs from 3 to 6 p.m. daily, with discounted food and drink like the $5 daily punch.

4835 N Albina Ave
Portland, OR 97217

6. Fifth Quadrant

3901 N Williams Ave, Portland, OR 97227

This Lompoc Brewery brewpub comes with a covered patio — it’s heated during the colder months — where you can get sauced without feeling guilty about leaving Fido at home. It serves quality pub food like bacon-topped elk burgers and ale-battered fish and chips, as well as vegetarian items like tofu tacos with jalapeno-citrus slaw and pepitas.

3901 N Williams Ave
Portland, OR 97227

7. White Owl Social Club

1305 SE 8th Ave, Portland, OR
Dog entrance at White Owl Social Club
White Owl Social Club

A sprawling patio with plenty of seating and a fire pit makes White Owl Social Club a favorite among dogs and humans alike. There’s even a special canine entrance to the patio. The bar is known for its friendly heavy metal vibe, strong drinks, and vegan and gluten-free options like the hazelnut beet burger. Happy hour runs from 3 to 7 p.m. daily.

1305 SE 8th Ave
Portland, OR

8. Base Camp Brewing

930 SE Oak St, Portland, OR

Leave it up to Portland to have a bar that combines our favorite things (besides dogs): beer and the great outdoors. Home to the beloved S’more Stout, the brewery has a huge, dog-friendly patio complete with fire pits and log benches. As for food, you can order at the bar from one of the local food carts. They rotate, so check the website for current options.

930 SE Oak St
Portland, OR

9. Marthas

1300 SE Stark St, Portland, OR 97214

The Washington High School dog park begins right where the patio ends at Marthas, so you can let your pooch run free while you relax and peruse the menu of 24 rotating drafts. Besides beer, there’s a full bar with some house cocktails, as well as sandwiches, pizzas, and salads. The cafe even has toys your dog to play with, in addition to complementary dog treats, water bowls, and doggy bags for taking care of business.

1300 SE Stark St
Portland, OR 97214

10. Tin Shed Garden Cafe

1438 NE Alberta St, Portland, OR 97211
Birthday dog at Tin Shed Garden Cafe
Facebook/Tin Shed Garden Cafe

Treat your best friend to dinner. One of the more popular brunch spots in Portland, this cafe is a favorite among dog owners for its little dog menu, including dog dessert. There’s a covered patio as well as an adjoining one with umbrellas and tables. Go on a Tuesday for Doggie Love Night, where you can buy one full-priced adult meal and get a free dog dinner, starting at 5 p.m.

1438 NE Alberta St
Portland, OR 97211

11. Tamale Boy

1764 NE Dekum St, Portland, OR

Eating freshly made tamales with a pint-sized margarita in-hand is an excellent way to bide time with your pooch. Tamale Boy’s roomy outdoor patio on Northeast Dekum is decked with tables, umbrellas, and a fire pit. Dogs are enthusiastically welcomed to hang out on the patio here, so you’ll likely find more four-legged friends.

1764 NE Dekum St
Portland, OR

12. The Sudra

2333 NE Glisan St, Portland, OR

A vegan Indian fusion spot located in Northeast Glisan’s micro-restaurant row, The Sudra has a small, dog-friendly patio, so you can dine on pakora and lentil stew with your pup by your side. There’s a daily happy hour from 4 and 7 p.m., and again from 9 p.m. to close, with $1-off cocktails and wines (but the real steal is the $2 tall boy). The Sudra has a second location in St Johns with a dog-friendly patio, as well, for some sustenance after a long day romping around at Cathedral Park.

2333 NE Glisan St
Portland, OR

13. The Station

2603 NE Alberta, Portland, OR
Back patio at The Station
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Bar trivia: Built in 1931, The Station was originally home to what business? The answer: The Northwestern Electric Company. And today, it’s a popular hangout for game nights, with a nice back patio with tables and umbrella, and a hyper friendly spot for canine guests. Here, find dog bowls, dog food menus, dog treats, and, best of all, free doggy bandanas. As for human food, there are bar snacks like nachos and wings, scratch-made pizza pies, and burgers. Find 10 rotating brews on-tap. The dog entrance is to the right of the pub.

2603 NE Alberta
Portland, OR

14. Yakuza Lounge

5411 NE 30th Ave, Portland, OR 97211
Patio at Yakuza Lounge
Facebook/Yakuza Lounge

If you and your dog are looking to escape to a tranquil, zen-like garden, head to Yakuza Lounge’s lush, landscaped patio. The kitchen offers things like fresh sushi, salads, a killer burger, and craft cocktails.

5411 NE 30th Ave
Portland, OR 97211

15. Pizza Jerk

5028 NE 42nd Ave, Portland, OR
Pizza Jerk’s dog-friendly patio
Facebook/Pizza Jerk

This breakout rock ‘n’ roll pizzeria happens to have a 100-seat dog-friendly patio with picnic tables and umbrellas, so there’s plenty of space to be had for devouring pizza and boozy slushies alongside your pup. So the kids won’t feel left out, there are also regular, non-alcoholic slushies available.

5028 NE 42nd Ave
Portland, OR

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16. Patton Maryland

5101 N Interstate Ave, Portland, OR 97217
Back patio
Patton Maryland

This Highway 99-themed restaurant serves up Southern comfort food like its signature beef brisket, a barbecue dish cooked with an in-house smoker. There are also a number of vegetarian items such as cornmeal fritters smothered in barbecue sauce and cauliflower bowls, as well as Southern-inspired cocktails to wash everything down. The spacious dog-friendly patio has plenty of tables, doggie bowls, and a fireplace surrounded by Adirondack chairs that will make you feel as if you’re at a backyard party. All kids menu items are half price on Mondays.

5101 N Interstate Ave
Portland, OR 97217

17. Elevator Cafe & Commons

3623, Equal Exchange in Portland, OR, SE Main St, Portland, OR 97214, USA
Elevator Cafe & Commons
Micah C./Yelp

This spacious warehouse cafe welcomes doggies, and on warmer days, the large roll-up doors remain open to keep the place breezy. Elevator Cafe & Commons gets its name from an old decommissioned elevator that marks the centerpiece of the industrial space, and ceiling windows offer plenty of natural light. Get your caffeine fix with its signature small batch single origin coffee, which can be paired with one of the freshly baked pastries or a breakfast sandwich.

3623, Equal Exchange in Portland, OR, SE Main St, Portland
OR 97214, USA

18. A Roadside Attraction

1000 SE 12th Ave, Portland, OR 97214
Roadside Attraction
Kira C./Yelp

A quirky gathering spot that’s as Portland as they come, A Roadside Attraction has some great little nooks around the patio for you and your pooch to chill out, and there’s even a water bowl station on-site to keep your furry friend hydrated. The plant-filled patio sports a large swing chair, a wood stove for colder nights, and of course, plenty of old-school signs and knick knacks strung about that offer a thrift shop sort of vibe. In addition to a full bar, you can grab a bite to eat here, although the bar is cash only so be sure to bring some dollars.

1000 SE 12th Ave
Portland, OR 97214

19. Holman's Bar & Grill

15 SE 28th Ave, Portland, OR 97214
Holman’s
Rachel H./Yelp

We all know that hangovers suck, and bringing your pup along for brunch ensures you needn’t wallow in pathetic agony alone. Holman’s serves breakfast all day, but the real attraction is its weekend build-your-own bloody mary bar, where you can make your own drink with a selection of vodkas infused with ingredients like refreshing cucumber or for a spicy kick, Thai Sriracha. Dogs are allowed on the enclosed garden patio, a tranquil area with lots of plants and a trickling fountain that proves a stark contrast to the dark and divey interior.

15 SE 28th Ave
Portland, OR 97214

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