Dining with the dogs: Pup-friendly patios in Frisco

Most require the dogs to remain on leashes and limit visits to the patio.

Several restaurants and bars in Frisco have dog-friendly patios.(Alexandra Olivia / Special Contributor)

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 CafeThe breakfast and brunch spot, located near downtown, allows pups on the patio with a leash. 8621 5th St.

The Aussie GrindThe Australian-style breakfast and lunch cafe allows dogs on the patio with a leash. 3930 Preston Road, Suite 120.

Cork & GrowlerThe craft beer and wine bar allows dogs on the patio. 8979 Farm-to-Market 423, Suite 100.

Fuzzy’s Taco ShopThe restaurant serves a variety of tacos, burritos and enchiladas, as well as breakfast. Pups are allowed outside on leashes. 2930 Preston Road.

J. TheodoreThe 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’dThe 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 BarThe 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 KitchenThe 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.

Information provided by Dallas News

Brandi Addison, Special Contributor. Brandi is a freelancer covering all things Frisco and Allen. She graduated from Texas Tech in December 2018, and soon after, began her career as a reporter in West Texas. She recently moved back to D-FW, which she calls home.

brandi.d.addison@outlook.com BrandiDAddison

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