15 great dog-friendly patios in Dallas

Your dog is a very good boy. Or very good girl. Don’t you want to let the dog have its day?

We sniffed out the best dog-friendly patios in Dallas, no matter if you’ve got a lap dog, a napping dog or a struttin’ mutt with a fancy haircut.

Guidry, a redbone coonhound who is the dog spokesperson for Dog Friendly Alliance founded by his owner Todd Boyce, hangs out on the patio at LUCK in Dallas. It’s one of many great dog-friendly patios in Dallas. Rose Baca/Staff Photographer


Savor/Relish at Klyde Warren Park: Savor and Relish flank the park and provide nice views of the always-busy green space. While you’re there, grab a real meal at Savor, a gastropub, or a quicker bite at Relish, a walk-up kiosk. Both are an easy walk to My Best Friend’s Park, an off-leash dog park inside Klyde Warren. 2000 Woodall Rodgers Freeway, Dallas.

Truck Yard: This beer garden is casual — a great environment if you’re bringing your dog around. (You never know if Fido is going to try to stick his nose somewhere he shouldn’t; that can get embarrassing among a more dressed-up crowd.) Humans can order a cold glass of beer or a cheesesteak, dogs get a bowl of water or dog treats. Everybody’s happy. 5624 Sears St., Dallas. A second Truck Yard in North Texas is expected to open in The Colony in July 2019.

All of Shake Shack's patios are dog-friendly.
Enter a caAll of Shake Shack’s patios are dog-friendly. Courtesy of Shake Shack/

Shake Shack: Our favorite Shake Shack patio is the Dallas original, at the Crescent in Uptown. Its sprawling lawn offers lots of spots for you and your pup to sit — and, hopefully, stay. If your dog is an especially good boy or good girl, order a Pooch-ini: a cup of vanilla custard with dog biscuits in it. 2500 N. Pearl St., Dallas. Other locations are in Plano, Preston-Royal in Dallas, Lovers and Greenville in Dallas, Las Colinas and Southlake. New Shake Shacks are expected to open in Addison and Fort Worth in 2019 and 2020, respectively.

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