Most require the dogs to remain on leashes and limit visits to the patio.
With warmer weather approaching, it’s time to bring the pups out for play.
We compiled a list of dog-friendly restaurants and bars for you to visit in Frisco. Most require the dogs to remain on leashes and on patios.
5th Street Patio Cafe: The breakfast and brunch spot, located near downtown, allows pups on the patio with a leash. 8621 5th St.
The Aussie Grind: The Australian-style breakfast and lunch cafe allows dogs on the patio with a leash. 3930 Preston Road, Suite 120.
Cork & Growler: The craft beer and wine bar allows dogs on the patio. 8979 Farm-to-Market 423, Suite 100.
Fuzzy’s Taco Shop: The restaurant serves a variety of tacos, burritos and enchiladas, as well as breakfast. Pups are allowed outside on leashes. 2930 Preston Road.
J. Theodore: The restaurant and bar offers more than 100 kinds of martinis and a tasty brunch. Dogs are welcome on the patio with a leash. 6959 Lebanon Road, Suite 110.
Mash’d: The restaurant and bar serves moonshine cocktails, burgers, fried chicken and a number of other dishes. Dogs are welcome at outdoor tables with a leash. 3401 Preston Road, Suite 1.
Rudy’s Country Store and Bar-B-Q:The barbecue restaurant allows dogs outdoors. Pets will need to remain outside while owners are ordering inside. 9828 North Dallas Parkway.
TruFire Kitchen and Bar: The restaurant and bar serves Mediterranean- and Italian-inspired dishes.Dogs are allowed on the patio with a leash. 6959 Lebanon Road.
Twin Peaks:The sports bar allows dogs on a patio with a leash. 3475 Preston Road.
Up Inspired Kitchen: The fast-casual restaurant serves a variety of dishes that cater to different diets, including gluten-free, vegetarian and paleo. Dogs are allowed outside with a leash. 5285 North Dallas Parkway, Suite 400.