Barnstable

Town of Barnstable Beaches

Barnstable, MA
Pets are prohibited from all Barnstable public beaches, with the exception of Sandy Neck Beach from May 15 to September 15; the rest of the year, dogs on leash or under voice control are allowed on the beach. This includes the beaches of the following villages: Hyannis and Hyannisport, Centerville, Marstons Mills, Osterville, and West Barnstable.

Beverly

Organic Garden Cafe

294 Cabot St.,
Beverly, MA
97892200

Boston

Boston Strolls

Boston, MA
617-383-9255
Boston Strolls offers a unique brand of walking tours that explore often overlooked aspects of Boston's history. On Beacon Hill Uncensored, we stroll through Boston Common and the scenic streets of Beacon Hill as we discuss the seedy past of this now upscale neighborhood and the more colorful characters whose mark on history is often overlooked - a sleepwalking murderer and Boston's earliest known nudist, just to name a few! On Back Bay: Swamp To Skyscrapers, we trace the social and civil engineering of the Back Bay project by strolling from Boston's colonial coastline at the foot of Boston Common to the heart of the new neighborhood in Copley Square. Along the way, we'll discuss the technologies that enabled the city to tackle this ambitious project, the personalities and institutions behind it, and the innovative building techniques that transformed the Back Bay from swamp to skyscrapers. USE THE PROMO CODE "THANKSNIKKI" TO SAVE $5 OFF TWO TICKETS WHEN YOU BRING ALONG

Dash Cafe

5 Henshaw St.,
Boston, MA
61725427
Dog are welcome on the patio

Joe's American Bar & Grill - Waterfront

100 Atlantic Avenue,
Boston, MA
61736787
Just steps away from Faneuil Hall, Joe's waterfront location offers picturesque views of everything historic Boston has to offer. Whether it be a cozy dinner for two on the magnificent dog-friendly outdoor patio, or a casual lunch or dinner with friends after work, Joe's on the waterfront is the perfect setting.

Salty Dog Seafood Grille & Bar

206 S Market St.,
Boston, MA
617-742-2094
Located in Faneuil Hall Marketplace. Bring Fido with if you want to enjoy the outdoor seating.

Boston MBTA

Boston, MA
The MBTA, the transportation system in Boston allows people to take their pets on the train.

Life is Good Store

285 Newbury Street,
Boston, MA
617-262-5068
This company is known for their fun t-shirts. Their stores are super dog friendly. They also have a store in Newburyport, MA, the North Shore which is small but also very dog friendly.

Shake Shack

234-236 Newbury Street,
Boston, MA
61793350
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Brewster

Cobie's Clam Shack

3260 Main St.,
Brewster, MA
508-896-7021
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The perfect place to come with the family if you're looking for fried clams, a lobster roll, or a big juicy hamburger while visiting Cape Cod. Your pooch is welcome to join you on their pet-friendly covered outdoor deck.

Brookline

The Fireplace

1634 Beacon St.,
Brookline, MA
61797519
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Outdoor seating allows dogs

Cambridge

Cambridge Brewing Company

1 Kendall Square,
Cambridge, MA
617-494-1994
Come for the beer and stay for the menu, with its eclectic mix of classic New England seafood (Fish ‘n’ Chips, Fried Whole Belly Clams, Grilled Cape Bluefish, Salt & Vinegar Fry Basket), burgers your way, and fusion flavors that will knock your socks off (Chinese BBQ Pork Belly Sliders, Pickle Brined Fried Hot Chicken, Vegetable Bibimbap with Fried Egg). Enjoy it all with your pup as you relax together in their pet-friendly outdoor seating.

Danehy Park

99 Sherman Street,
Cambridge, MA
The off-leash section of the park is located near the New Street entrance to the park

The Red House Restaurant

98 Winthrop Street,
Cambridge, MA
617-576-0605
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Pet-friendly Red House is located right in Harvard Square, in the earliest settled section of Old Cambridge. Originally built in 1802, it sits atop a retaining wall that dates back to 1634. In addition to the dining room located in the historic house, there is beautiful pet-friendly canopied outdoor patio area where you and your best friend can dine al fresco in style. The Red House features raw bar specials every day (including two oysters for $1 from 12 to 5 p.m., then from 9 p.m. to close—count us in!!), and killer menus for lunch and dinner. Some of our favorite offerings include Pan-Seared Sea Scallops with Smokehouse Bacon & Garlic Sauteed Spinach, 5-Spice Roasted Duck Breast, and Lobster Carbonara. This dog-friendly restaurant is open seven days a week, from noon to 11 p.m.

Rogers Street Park

71 Rogers Street,
Cambridge, MA
If you are staying near MIT, this off-leash dog park in East Cambridge would be the closest one.

Giacobbe Dog Run

Pemberton Street,
Cambridge, MA
Located in the neighborhood of North Cambridge, the off-leash section is behind the Anderson Courts near the intersection of Pemberton Street and Yerxa Road. Formerly known as the Pemberton Street Dog Run.

Charlie's Kitchen

10 Eliot St.,
Cambridge, MA
617-492-9646
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This local institution has been serving up its famous double cheeseburger for more than 40 years (but we also love their homemade crabcakes and Lobsterburger!). Charlie’s has a wonderful dog-friendly beer garden, which is open year round, weather permitting. With 18 beers on tap and serving lunch and dinner (it’s open seven days a week, 11 a.m. to 1 a.m.), Charlie’s Kitchen is always a good choice.

Shake Shack

92 Winthrop Street,
Cambridge, MA
617.758.84
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The Bar by the Elevator

1 Kendall Square,
Cambridge, MA
617-958-3354
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This is as seasonal and fun as it gets. Umbrella tables and a tiki bar set up, as the name says, by an elevator. Negroni and rosé are on tap, as is Frozé (basically a rosé slushie) and the vibe is about as chill as it gets. The Bar by the Elevator is definitely pet friendly. And if you get hungry, you can order hot dogs from Mameleh’s, which is right next door. Open weather permitting from 4 p.m. until they decide to close.

Bambara Restaurant

25 Edwin H Land Boulevard,
Cambridge, MA
61786844
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Dogs welcome on the patio

Henrietta’s Table

1 Bennett Street,
Cambridge, MA
617-661-5005
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Located in the pet-friendly Charles Hotel, Henrietta’s Table offers delicious farm-to-table cuisine in a beautiful setting, including their dog-friendly outdoor seating. You can enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner there, seven days a week. Some of our favorite selections include Maine Rock Crab and Corn Chowder with Smoked Bacon, Henrietta’s Chop Salad, and Barbecue Ale-Braised Pulled Lamb Shank. Or simply relax with one of their signature cocktails, such as vodka-spiked Huckleberry Lemonade or Blood Orange Basil Martini, and an appetizer like their House Smoked Pastrami Salmon.

Pacific Street Dog Park

29 Tudor Street,
Cambridge, MA
If you are staying near Harvard, this is the closest one to you, along with the one at Rogers Street Park near MIT. It includes a water play area, water fountains, and benches for pet owners. The off-leash section of the park is located at Tudor Street between Pacific and Sidney streets.

The Automatic

50 Hampshire Street,
Cambridge, MA
617-714-5226
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The Automatic is open seven days a week from 11:30 a.m. to 2 a.m., serving lunch, dinner, and late night snacks. The vibe is fantastic inside and out, with a generous pet-friendly patio area with umbrellas for hanging with your pooch. If you love making a meal of appetizers, you are going to love this place. Your biggest challenge will be deciding. Hmmmm, Viet Style Crispy Chicken Wings, Buttermilk Fried Cauliflower with Green Goddess Dressing, and Freaky Fries served with bone marrow for dipping? Or maybe Shrimp Ceviche, Frito Pie from Hell, and Funky Fries, served dusted with togarashi and crushed toasted nori and served with kewpie mayo? There is also a wide choice of sandwiches and skewers, as well as more substantial plates, like Confit Latin Duck Leg. And be sure to try out their signature cocktails, like the Automatic Dirty Martini made with gin and lemon-thyme brine, or Sully’s Rum Old Fashioned. Or go for one of their beers on tap or one of their many wines by the glass. Wh

Cambridge Antique Market

201 Monsignor O'Brien Hgwy. ,
Cambridge, MA
617-617-8689
Antique Co-op

Chatham

Town of Chatham Beaches

Chatham, MA
Dogs are not permitted on town beaches from April 1 to September 15; the rest of the year, dogs on leash or under voice control are allowed on the beach. These beaches include: Cockle Cove Beach, Forest Beach, Hardings Beach, Jackknife Harbor Beach, Oyster Pond Beach, Pleasant Beach, Ridgevale Beach, South Beach, and White Pond.

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