Tempe, AZ

Best Five dog-friendly restaurants in Tempe

Sandy Casariego

TEMPE, AZ — As pet owners, we usually feel guilty when we have to leave our four-legged friends at home alone. Tempe offers many restaurants, bars, hotels, and even shopping centers that accommodate pets and their owners. Here is a list of the top five dog-friendly restaurants you should try with your pup in Tempe.

Daily Jam

Daily Jam offers a spacious patio for you and your dogs to relax and enjoy a variety of breakfast and lunch menus, including salads, omelets, waffles, sandwiches, and coffee.

Location: 310 S. Mill Ave., Tempe, AZ | (480) 968-9288

Morning Squeeze

Morning Squeeze has a dog-friendly patio and special menu for you and your dogs. Their offer “Tail Wagger” dishes for your four-legged friends, including Pup Cakes, Chow Hound Scramble, and Doggy Biscuits and Gravy.

Location: 690 S. Mill Ave., Ste. 110, Tempe, AZ | (480) 264-4688


SNAKES & LATTES offers an extensive menu of food and drinks to enjoy with your pup at their two spacious pet-friendly patios. They also offer a selection of playable games, including Battleship for you to play with your four-legged friends.

Location: 20 W. 6th Street, Tempe, AZ | (480) 361-6644

Casey Moore’s Oyster House

Casey Moore’s Oyster House was built in 1910 as a private residence with a convivial outdoor patio. Now they offer oysters, seafood, and beer for you to enjoy with the accompany of your four-legged friend until 5 p.m.

Location: 850 S. Ash Ave., Tempe, AZ | (480) 968-9935

Salut Kitchen Bar

With 1,250 square feet of dog-friendly patio, Salut Kitchen Bar is the perfect place to hang out with your four-legged friends. They offer an extensive menu inspired by a mix of American and Mediterranean cuisine, from cowboy omelet to Salut florentine. Get a chance to be featured in their Dog Wall when you visit with your pup.

Location: 1435 E. University Dr., Tempe, AZ | (480) 625-3600

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