Who Let the Dogs Out: 6 Bars Where You Can Drink With Rover in Portland
The dog days of summer call for patio time with our four-legged friends, and Portland just so happens to be one of the most dog-friendly cities around, with more than 30 restaurants and bars that allow canines. Here are six picks for inviting spots to grab some hooch with your pooch in tow.
Lucky Lab Beer Hall: The Tour de Lab, a bike ride to benefit DoveLewis Emergency Animal Hospital, is just one way this brewery supports Portland pups beyond its dog friendly atmosphere (1945 NW Quimby St.; 503-517-4352).
Tin Shed: This Alberta Street hotspot’s patio is also one of the most dog-friendly destinations in town, with nice-on-the-wallet brunch prices (1438 NE Alberta St.; 503-288-6966).
Alleyway: It’s almost as if dogs wander into this Alberta Street bar entirely on their own — it's one of Portland’s most lax establishments for our four-legged friends (2415 NE Alberta St.; 503-287-7760).
Amnesia Brewing: This Mississippi District brewery has plenty of picnic tables for your pooch to chill out beneath, plus available water bowls too (832 North Beech St.; 503-281-7708).
Breakside Brewery: Wander up to Breakside’s sidewalk seating, grab a brew (must-try: Amarillo Wheat) and prepare to make some (furry) friends (920 NE Dekum St.; 503-719-6475).
Migration Brewing: Portlanders looking for quality craft beer and a patio with doggie vibes know to head to Migration Brewing (2828 NE Glisan St.; 503-206-5221).