Satisfy your need for comforting diner food with your best buddy in tow at this small, super friendly local diner. Chances are, Renee herself will wait on you. It’s only open for breakfast and lunch, from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m., seven days a week. Renee has a very nice pet-friendly patio out front with big umbrellas to shield you from the sun when it’s getting too hot.
This store on Martha's Vineyard caters to dog lovers, but it's not just a store, it's a destination. It has a nice porch for lounging, and a water bowl is always out for our four-footed friends. The store carries a wide variety of products, including crafts, doggie baked goods, and much more.
Pets are not permitted on town beaches from the Friday of Memorial Day weekend to Columbus Day. The rest of the year, pet on leash or under voice control are permitted on the beach. These beaches include: Skaket Beach, South Orleans Beach, Pilgrim Lake, Crystal Lake, and Bakers Pond.
Pets are not permitted from March 15 through September 15 north of the Nauset Beach parking lot. From a point south of Nauset Beach parking lot to Trail 1, pets are prohibited from May 15 to Labor Day. From a point south of Trail 1 to the Chatham lnlet, from May 15 through Labor Day, pets must be on a leash of not more than 30 feet at all times, unless below the high tide mark. This is a zero tolerance enforcement issue. Pets are prohibited from areas closed to vehicle or human traffic for Piping Plover Protection.
A great place to grab a cup of coffee and a bite for breakfast and lunch. Bring your buddy and sit at one of their pet-friendly tables outside. GREAT soups! And don't miss their beef chili (you can share it with you-know-who...) Also try one of the pastries.
Located two miles from Provincetown (with its own lighthouse), this beach is part of the Cape Cod National Seashore. Pets on a 6-foot leash are permitted on the beach and in posted locations during shorebird nesting periods.
Pilgrim Bark Park
Route 6 and Shanker Painter Road,
Pilgrim Bark Park on Cape Cod has a designated large and small dog off-leash areas. Many of the features of the park like the benches, poop bag stations, and signs were made by local artists. The Whale's Tail Memorial and a super-sized dog house are located right outside the enclosed fence. The signature piece of the dog park is the Mayflower Bench. Provincetown's canine history dates back to 1620 when two dogs came over on the Mayflower Ship.
Central House has a lovely pet-friendly deck where you and your pup can enjoy their menu, with seafood-forward choices like Seared Scallops, Wellfleet Mussels, Lobster Pappardelle, and Fried Seafood Basket.
You've got to love a restaurant that has an entire section of the menu devoted to lobster: Lobster Roll, Lobster Salad, Steamed Lobster, Lobster Arrabbiata, Lobster Mac n Cheese, New England Clambake. They also have a raw bar and have tasty options if you're feeling more turf than surf. Enjoy it all with Fido at one of the umbrella tables on their beautiful pet-friendly patio.
Located one mile from the center of Provincetown, this is a lovely sandy beach, complete with dunes. Your canine is welcome to accompany you but must be on a 6-foot leash, and is allowed everywhere except the lifeguard-protected area during the summer and seasonal bird-nesting areas.