Take your pick of a dozen beers on tap, one of their vast selection of whiskeys, or tipple a cocktail, like Kitten with a Whip. A small selection of bar snacks is also available: House Pickles, Marinated Olives, Old-Fashioned Drunk Nuts, Rosemary Parmesan Popcorn, and Trex Mix. Enjoy it all at one of the Trestle Inn’s fundraising Yappy Hours, or any time: There’s always a welcoming water bowl out front for your buddy. Open Wednesday through Thursday, 5 p.m. to 1 a.m., Friday & Saturday to 2 a.m., Happy Hour daily 5 to 8 p.m.
La Colombe is a neat coffee shop located on Main St. Manayunk. On a street with upscale dining, expensive shops, and Starbucks...this coffee shop is low-key and quaint, serving food and great coffee. Dogs allowed.
Gravel lined; bring your own poop bags. The organization responsible for the maintenance of the park, Queen Village K9, sponsors Yappy Hours once a month, partnering with local pet-friendly establishments with outdoor patios where you can meet and mingle with other pet owners and their pooches over a cocktail.
Conveniently located at the corner of 24th Street and Fairmount Avenue, The Bishop's Collar features outdoor dining in the summer and plenty of free street parking all year round. Dogs are welcome at the outside tables.
This seasonal beer garden is open from the beginning of May to the last Saturday of September. It offers beers on tap as well as in cans, and a selection of small (but tasty) plates and snacks that include Pulled Duck Sliders with Pilsner-Plum Sauce, Wurst of the Day, Chips & Guac, Warm Bavarian Pretzels, and BBQ Tofu Summer Rolls with Peanut Hoisin Sauce. They are super pet friendly, encouraging folks to bring their dogs to Yappy Hour. Water bowls available upon request.
This is a small neighborhood hardware store that has everything you'll ever needed. We are remodeling our house so I have to go there often. I love bringing my little puppy with me on trips to this store. She likes hanging out there, plus she gets little treats from the people who work there.
In Philadelphia, PA, near one of the hospitals in downtown Philly (South Side) , their is a large water stop for dogs. It is awesome and I think features a Ben Franklin quote (like everything else in Philly!!)
White Dog Café has been doing farm-to-table cooking for 40 years, sourcing its produce from farms within a 50-mile radius of the restaurant. Three Victorian brownstones were opened up and renovated to create the restaurant, which has a whimsical dog theme running through its different dining rooms. It also has a lovely pet-friendly outdoor seating area, and water bowls are provided on request. Some of our favorites on the menu include Yellow Tomato Gazpacho topped with Crab Salad, Avocado BLT, Thai Steak Noodle Salad, and Spicy Lamb Bolognese. Open for lunch Monday through Friday 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., dinner Monday through Thursday 5 to 9:30 p.m., Friday & Saturday to 10 p.m., and Sunday to 9 p.m.; brunch, Saturday & Sunday 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.