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Check out these dog-friendly establishments around Atlanta

Gené Hunter

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(ATLANTA, Ga.) On a nice, sunny day in Atlanta, you can catch many residents walking their dogs. The city has become pet-friendly over the years and one thing is for sure, pets are family members at this point.

While there are a few dog parks around town on the rise, having a dining establishment you can bring your furry friend along to is also ideal. Imagine enjoying your favorite food and drink with your pooch relaxing next to you. After all, dogs deserve to enjoy the summer days too.

From local pubs, coffee shops and even patio restaurants, here are some dog-friendly places to check out the next time you want to hit the town.

Sweetwater Brewery Co.

Take a tour of the city’s brewery or sit out and enjoy a few brews and appetizers with friends. The best part? You can bring your dog with you! Sweetwater is 100% dog-friendly and allows your pet on the patio or the grass area outside. Enjoy a cold sip of your favorite IPA while your dog enjoys a sip of refreshing water in the summer sun.

Publico Atlanta

This midtown located restaurant built their patio with pups and big dogs in mind. The grassy area is perfect for your pet to layout, sit and relax with water as well as a dog-friendly menu filled with treats. Publico donates 100% of sales from the dog menu to the Atlanta Humane Society, talk about a win-win!

Joe’s on Juniper

Stop by for a juicy burger and an ice-cold beverage. Joe's is pet-friendly and the large patio caters to you, your friends and your dog. While you enjoy your meal, your dog can enjoy a nice bowl of fresh water. Many pet owners rave about the staff’s attentiveness to both them and their furry companions.

The Poncey Highland

Named after its neighborhood, this coffee shop features a small and covered patio that allows for a day of coffee sipping and satisfying bites. Bring your pet along and let them rest in the covered area or under the canopy shade of the property’s large trees.

Ladybird Grove and Mess Hall

Nestled in between the hustle and bustle of the Atlanta Beltline, the vintage camper-turned-bar serves up a selection of punches and cocktails. While you enjoy a refreshing drink, there’s plenty of space for your dog to enjoy some people watching or to sit and relax.

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