The Outdoor Shoppe features all of your needs for outdoor clothing and gear needing for hiking,camping, boating etc. The store clearly displays a sign saying "Four legged friends welcome", so if you are in downtown Charleston with your pet and have some shopping to do, you can still do so!
There are two lacations of this art and wine bar-downtown Charleston, on the peninsula, and on John's Island, 20 minutes away. Both are dog friendly and dog focused! They have wine and beer tastings and special event dinners, too. Dogs are allowed inside and out.
Pets welcome at this quaint French cafe and bar's sidewalk patio. Featuring traditional brasserie cuisine, "Rue" is a spot where Charlestonians meet to break bread and enjoy a coctail. Popular menu items include steak fries, coq au vin, escargots, and inexplicably good sushi. Lodging is just a short distance away. Bring Fido to our sidewalk patio any time!
An excellent little cafe with huge flavors. Everything from the fries to smoked meats are made in-house. Fido is welcome at outdoor tables. Staff is more than happy to bring out a water bowl and biscuits.
South Carolina Botanical Garden
Perimeter Rd (also known as Pearman Blvd.),
The South Carolina Botanical Garden has around 300 acres of woods, streams, trails, meadows and ponds that are available to humans and dogs 365 days/year from dawn till dusk, free of charge. They have a unique nature-based sculpture program and wonderful collections and niche gardens. Dogs are welcome on leashes at all times.
Jake's gets all of its food locally and has beer from Conquest Brewing Company, a Columbia brewery, on tap. JakeÃ•s offers live music, craft beers, and a farm to table menu. Your favorite brews plus 14 rotating beer taps inside and 10 on the deck. Jake's features Yappy Hour on the enclosed back deck, every Tuesday and Thursday between 4 and 8 p.m.