We all know how nutty about Dogs Denver folks are. You really can’t walk in any park in town without seeing dozens of dogs and having a dog park nearby is at the top of the list for people moving to a new town in Colorado.
WHERE TO DRINK WITH YOUR DOG IN DENVER
We have searched out some doggie friendly bars throughout Denver for you to explore.
Southeast | 5411 Leetsdale Dr, Denver, CO 80246
When you’re on the Southeast side, you and your pup should head to the Watering Bowl to meet some new friends. This dog-friendly restaurant with vaulted ceilings has both a great beer selection and yummy, affordable appetizers. Because you’ve got your dog by your side, you might just want to hang out for hours. And so will your pup, thanks to the large outdoor area where he can do a bit of socializing of his own.
Speer | 98 S Pennsylvania St, Denver, CO 80209
Locals come to Spot Bar & Grill in Speer for the delicious smoked wings and stay for the awesome outdoor seating area, perfect for hanging out with four-legged companions. Bonus: Vintage photos of dogs hung all over the walls!
Central | 1345 Cortez St, Denver, CO 80221 (303) 428-3600
All-purpose bar with pool, karaoke, wings, burgers & other pub grub plus outdoor space for pooches.
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Highland | 1695 Platte St, Denver CO 80202
Dog-friendly brewery with a beautiful outdoor beer garden. Pooches are allowed on leash in the building and can even sample a “Dog Beerscuit” made from the spent grain from the brewing process. It is the place to head to if you love house-brewed premium ales and lagers made with fresh, local ingredients. Grab a pint and head out onto the dog-friendly beer garden where you can sip and socialize with fellow dog-lovers.
Five Points | 2625 Larimer St, Denver, CO 80220
This neighborhood watering hole in Five Points serves up great drinks with a side of Bocce ball. When it’s nice out, head out onto Matchbox’s large patio with your pup and challenge someone to a game. Inside, you’ll find a great jukebox and out front, rotating food trucks perfect for a post-drink snack.
JAKES FOOD & SPIRIT
RiNo – 3800 Walnut Street, Denver
Every community needs a friendly neighborhood tavern that delivers great meals, cheap drinks and a place to hang out with neighbors and friends. Prior to 2010, the historic Five Points communities of Cole, RiNo (River North), Whittier and Curtis Park had no such place to congregate, so being residents of Five Points ourselves we opened Jake’s Food & Spirits to accommodate the increased number of families, young couples and businesses moving into the area.
Located just a mile and a half from Coors Field in the heart of RiNo, Jake’s is open for lunch, happy hour, dinner, late-night dining and weekend brunch both inside and outside on our 100-seat, dog-friendly patio. Visit us to lounge on the patio, watch your favorite team on one of our 10 HDTVs
75 Santa Fe Drive
Great gay, dog-friendly bar! Amazing back patio. Dogs welcome inside and out. Darts, pool table, super friendly service.
Uptown | 538 E. 17th Ave, Denver, CO 80203
The Tavern Uptown is known for its bottomless Bloody Mary bar, and weekly trivia nights, and massive TV’s perfect for catching the big game with friends. On warmer days, patrons flock to the dog-friendly outdoor seating area to enjoy libations. They’ll even bring your pup a water bowl so he can quench his thirst while you quench yours.
Dougherty’s Neighborhood Pub
Speer | 5 E Ellsworth Ave, Denver, CO 80209
Dougherty’s in Speer is everything you want in a neighborhood Irish pub: good food, drinks, and vibes. Stop in for mouth-watering Shepherd’s Pie and scrumptious Guinness Mac and Cheese. The dog-friendly outdoor patio is a great place to sip on some Irish whiskey while hanging out with your furry friend.
DOG-FRIENDLY PATIOS IN DENVER
Stella’s Coffee House provides free Wi-Fi, offers complimentary dog bones to its puppy customers and has a roomy front patio.
Oblio’s Pizzeria is dog-friendly and offers tasty pizzas, subs, and salads that are reasonably priced.
Homegrown ingredients and creative cuisine equal a must for Denver diners! Bringing Fido? Ask for a water bowl!
“Squeaky Bean is a great restaurant, really top notch and you get to bring your dog. Not a greasy spoon, but real food with heart and soul. My pup had a great time visiting with all the cool people walking by. Very pleasant dinner with my best friend.” 4 bones on Bring Fido .
Bonnie Brae Ice Cream serves some of the best ice cream in Denver and offers pet-friendly patio seating.
Cafe Europa serves up tasty java in a relaxed atmosphere and has seating outside that’s dog-friendly. on Bring Fido.
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Racine’s diverse menu offers everything from burgers to Southwestern to hot turkey dinners. Dogs are welcome at umbrella tables.
“When you dine on Racine’s lovely patio, your dog is welcome. They even bring a water bowl! Lots of people bring pets and they try to seat near the sidewalk so that you can dash out if need be. Enjoy a cocktail under the Colorado stars and bring your dog. It’s great!”
1201 E. Colfax Ave.
Denver, CO, US 80218
303-839-1394In the mood for a taste of the Emerald Isle, swing on by The Irish Snug. Corned beef and cabbage, shepherd’s pie, Guinness ice cream, you name it, they got it. Dogs are allowed on the Marion St. patio every day after 5 pm.
A beautiful coffee house/wine bar with a spacious dog-friendly patio. Water bowls and treats will be provided.
Dogs are welcome inside this new microbrewery in South Parker, they even have several dog events scheduled throughout the year including a couple of painting classes geared towards dog lovers.