Chapel Hill

Sup Dogs

107 E. Franklin Street,
Chapel Hill, NC
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
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.

Carolina Brewery

460 West Franklin Street,
Chapel Hill, NC
Enjoy a house-brewed beers sitting under the cooling shade of one of the umbrellas on their pet-friendly patio. If beer isn’t your thing, try the Moonshine Lemonade—need we say more? They’ve also got a satisfying menu of starters, salads, wraps, sandwiches, burgers, and more should hunger hit. We like the Carolina Cuban Sandwich made with pulled pork and pimento cheese and the Roasted Vegetables & Farro Bowl. Don’t miss their Mason Jar Desserts: Banana Pudding, Choco Peanut Butter, or Key Lime. Open Monday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 12 a.m., Friday to 1 a.m.; Saturday 10:30 a.m. to 1 a.m.; Sunday 10:30 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Beer Study

106 N. Graham St.,
Chapel Hill, NC
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Enjoy an insane number of craft beers and ciders on tap, and so many more in cans and bottles. A wonderful place to hang. Your pooch is welcome at their pet-friendly outdoor seating. Open daily noon to midnight.


Hare of the Dog

1958 E 7th St ,
Charlotte, NC
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This neighborhood patio bar was made for dogs.

Pinky's Westside Grill

1600 W Morehead St ,
Charlotte, NC
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Outdoor seating is dog friendly.

Pearlz Oyster Bar

7804 Rea Rd.,
Charlotte, NC
Dogs welcome at outdoor seating

The Olde Mecklenburg Brewery

4150 Yancey Rd.,
Charlotte, NC
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Dogs welcome at outdoor seating


5361 Ballantyne Commons Pky,
Charlotte, NC
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Starbucks offers several tables outside. Leashed, well-behaved dogs welcome.

Boardwalk Billy's

9005 J M Keynes Dr Suite 2,
Charlotte, NC
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Boardwalk Billy's is the choice for Dog-friendly dining in Charlotte.

NoDa Brewing Company

2229 North Davidson,
Charlotte, NC
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NoDa Brewing Company is dog friendly!

The Wine Vault

9009-1 J.M. Keynes Dr,
Charlotte, NC
Pet friendly patio

South 21 Drive-In

3101 E Independence Blvd,
Charlotte, NC
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South 21 is a drive in so of course your pet can be with you!

Angry Ale's

1518 Montford Dr,
Charlotte, NC
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Neighborhood bar & grill near Park Rd & Woodlawn Rd serving American food with a nice size patio that you can bring your dog to.

Triple C Brewery

2900 Griffith St,
Charlotte, NC
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Dogs are welcome on the outdoor patio. Very dog friendly.

Zapata's Mexican Restaurant

15105 John J Delaney Drive,
Charlotte, NC
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Excellent Mexican food. Leashed, well-behaved dogs allowed on the patio.

Sonic Drive-In

7820 Forest Point Blvd,
Charlotte, NC
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Pets welcome.

Dog Bar NoDa

3307 N. Davidson Street,
Charlotte, NC
The Dog Bar is Charlotte's only dog friendly bar. They are located in the historical North Davidson neighborhood, commonly known as the "NoDa Art's District." The pub offers beer, wine and liquor but does not serve food. However, you can bring in food from other local restaurants! All dogs of shapes and sizes are welcomed, as long as they are "well-behaved" and owners show proof of rabies.

The Flying Saucer

9605 N. Tryon St Suite A,
Charlotte, NC
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Dogs allowed on the patio.

Wing Stop

1730 E Woodlawn Rd @ Park Rd,
Charlotte, NC
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Wing Stop serves up crowd-pleasing wings and offers pet-friendly seating.

Kennedy's Premium Bar and Grill

366 N Caswell,
Charlotte, NC
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Kennedy's Premium Bar and Grill is pet friendly. There is a large patio that welcomes dogs.

The Lodge

7725 Colony Road,
Charlotte, NC
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Dogs allowed on the patio.

Hawthorne's NY Pizza and Bar

1701 E 7th St,
Charlotte, NC
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Hawthorne's has two pet-friendly patios.


8428 Park Road,
Charlotte, NC
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FABO is a coffee shop, art gallery, and beer/wine bar. Well-behaved dogs are allowed at patio tables.

Salsarita's - Blakeney

9941 Rea Rd,
Charlotte, NC
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Eat on the patio and bring your dog with.

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