Asheville

Wedge Brewing Company

125B Roberts St,
Asheville, NC
828-505-2792
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Dog-friendly outdoor tables in the front of brewery.

Pack's Tavern

20 S Spruce St.,
Asheville, NC
82822569
Pets welcome on patio

Creperie Bouchon

68N Lexington,
Asheville, NC
828-350-3741
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French cafe serving authentic cuisine in an inviting setting. The historic brick patio welcomes dogs.

Beaufort

Beaufort Grocery Company

117 Queen St,
Beaufort, NC
25272838
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Pets welcome on the patio

The Dock House

500 Front St.,
Beaufort, NC
25272845
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Dogs allowed, outdoor seating only

Backstreet Pub

124 Middle Street,
Beaufort, NC
252-728-7108
Dog friendly pub. Lots of people bring their pups of all shapes and sizes-Sunday afternoon is a big dog social event, but dogs are always welcome. Always supplies water and dog treats. On Middle Street in Beaufort, NC, next to the Aqua Rest.

Black Mountain

Veranda Cafe

119 Cherry St.,
Black Mountain, NC
82866988
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Pets welcome on patio

Bone-A-Fide Bakery and Boutique

118A Cherry Street,
Black Mountain, NC
828-669-0706
Delicious baked goods for furry friends, and a slew of other "must have" items not found in the big chain pet stores.

Blowing Rock

Appalachian Ski Mtn

940 Ski Mountain Road,
Blowing Rock, NC
828-295-3277
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Opening day is scheduled for November 17th, 2017 bring your pet and start enjoying the mountain on the first day of the season.
Tweetsie Railroad come enjoy the Wild West era with old time train rides with gun fights, petting zoo, rides and shows between Boone and Blowing Rock, North Carolina, on 321 South.

Town Tavern Blowing Rock

1182 Main St.,
Blowing Rock, NC
82829575
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Dogs welcome at outdoor seating

Six Pence Pub

1121 Main St,
Blowing Rock, NC
82829531
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Outdoor seating allows dogs

Boone

Murphy's Restaurant & Pub

747 West King St,
Boone, NC
82826451
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Pets Welcome on the patio

Mast General Store - Boone Mercantile

630 W. King St.,
Boone, NC
This is a great old-timey general store with a "candy barrell", outdoor recreation supplies, household supplies, local crafts and home-canned goodies, clothing and more. The staff is very friendly, even more so when we bring our two medium sized canine companions in while we are shopping. They sell some pet supplies such as dog backpacks and home-made treats. I have never taken my dogs into any of the other locations, but i know that the boone location welcomes them. This is a big tourist stop in the area, for directions to the 6 locations, go to their website: http://maststore.com/locations.php3

Cafe Portofino

970 Rivers St,
Boone, NC
82826477
Patio dogs allowed

Bryson City

Nantahala Brewing Company

61 Depot St.,
Bryson City, NC
82848823
Sit at the patio and you can bring Fido with.

Burnsville

Mount Mitchell State Park

Blue Ridge Parkway,
Burnsville, NC
Mount Mitchell State Park, Off the Blue Ridge Parkway in beautiful North Carolina. Highest Elevation in Eastern U.S.

Carolina Beach

HopLite Pub and Beer Garden

720 N Lake Park Blvd.,
Carolina Beach, NC
91045847
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Pets welcome patio available

Carrboro

The Spotted Dog

111 East Main Street,
Carrboro, NC
919-933-1117
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This is just a short car ride from Chapel Hill. Located in a unique flat-iron-shaped brick building in the middle of town, The Spotted Dog (as it should, with a name like that!) has a pet-friendly patio that’s open year round. It’s got a wonderfully eclectic menu with lots of options for vegetarian and vegans, as well as devoted meat eaters. Some of our favorite selections include Carolina Crab Cakes, Radical Rooben (made with tempeh), and Traditional Carolina Dawgs, loaded with house chili, coleslaw, and onions. Water bowls are provided on request, and dog biscuits are offered for sale. Open lunch, Monday through Saturday, 11:30 to 5 p.m.; dinner, Monday through Sunday, 5 to 10 p.m.; brunch Sunday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Steel String Craft Brewery

106 S. Greensboro St.,
Carrboro, NC
919-240-7215
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Enjoy their wonderful beers with your best bud on their pet friendly patio. Call us crazy but we love the Picklemania Dill Goes!

Cary

Spirits Pub & Grub

701 E Chatham St.,
Cary, NC
91946270
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Dogs allowed, outdoor seating only

Chapel Hill

Weathervane Restaurant

201 S. Estes Dr.,
Chapel Hill, NC
919-929-9444
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Not to be missed. Serving up Southern classics with a twist, the Weathervane has one of the prettiest dog-friendly patios we have ever seen, brick and tree-lined, with a wonderful secluded atmosphere. Our favorites on the menu include Sweet Tea-Glazed Salmon, Fried Green Tomatoes and Okra with Smoky Ranch Dressing, and Ashe County Pimento Cheese Fritters. Open Monday through Friday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., Sunday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m

Chapel Hill Dog Park/Homestead Park

100 Aquatic Drive,
Chapel Hill, NC
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This 20,000-square-foot off-leash dog park has separate areas for large and small dogs. Water and poop bags are available. Open daily from sunrise to sunset.

Sup Dogs

107 E. Franklin Street,
Chapel Hill, NC
919-903-9566
Come for the drinks, come for the camaraderie, come for the killer menu of hand-smashed burgers, specialty hot dogs and more. Whether it’s the Firehouse Dog Combo with chili, jalapenos, hot sauce, and cheese, or the Hawaiian Luau Burger with pineapple, bacon, and honey mustard, you’re going to love this place. You can cool it all down with one of their premium cocktails, like a Loaded (with vodka) Corona or an Orange Sup Crush (yes, it too involves vodka!). You and your pup can enjoy it all in the pet-friendly outdoor seating area, which is open year round. Your best friend will even get his own “doggy-dog” for free!

The Cave

452-1/2 W Franklin Street,
Chapel Hill, NC
984-234-0293
Historic no frills local bar located underneath famed Franklin Sreet with cave-like walls, pool, beer only, great live music, with friendly folks their dogs. Once your pet has been, he can become an official "cavedog" and have his picture posted on website. Yearly (mid-late August) get- togethers with 2 or 3 neighboring bars for aweekend festival of music/food/beverages is called "Sleazefest." Dog cookies available at the bar.

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Raleigh, NC 27626

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