Best Dog-Friendly Patios – Mpls.St.Paul Magazine

Dogs and raging jumps

The only restaurant in the state which allows dogs to run off leash while you brunch, this is a hybrid dog park and human restaurant. All you need to do is pre-register your dog, providing rabies and other vaccine records, and make a reservation. There’s a backyard with picnic tables and a great view of the horizon; a large interior space with a climbing structure for dogs; and good wine, beer, and spicy popcorn chicken in Nashville. Watch for special events like rescue fundraisers, breed nights, puppy costume parties, and the ever-popular Smol Dog Night, for those under 30 pounds. North Loop, Mpls., 612-439-5060

Smack Cabin

The heated patio to see and be seen for downtown dogs is definitely the North Loop Smack Cabin‘s. The solid wine list paired with the dog-friendly patio means that if you look closely you can choose a purse dog or a French bulldog on half the laps, cozy under the infrared heaters built into the roof. North Loop, Mpls., 612-259-7288

Birch is on the lake

In summer, the workThe patio is full of puppies admiring the view of Long Lake while their housemates enjoy bowls of salmon quinoa and Bloodies. And in winter, Birch’s offers its customers real dog sled rides on weekends in January and February, starting from the frozen lake just in front of the restaurant. To see? Birch’s is so dog friendly you don’t even need a dog – their crew will match you up with a team of them. Long Lake, 952-473-7373

The Gnome

Dozens of draft beers and a gargantuan patio define this St. Paul favorite. Fire pits, overhead heaters and a decking floor make it cozy for all fours, even in cool weather. The hot tater tot and bacon mac ‘n’ cheese make it comforting for those picking up the check. Summit Hill, St. Paul, 651-219-4233

Lake and Irving

Take a walk to discover the insider secret of Uptown: Lake and Irving’s patio is full of urban dogs! Many people pass by after a stroll down Bde Maka Ska for what has become one of Uptown’s best cocktail programs, as well as the best whiskey list. Is there something about blue heeler owners that makes them drink single malt Scotch whisky? Do all standard poodles drink pinot noir? These are the questions to ponder with your best friend as a waiter places a glass on the table for you and a bowl of water on the floor for them. Uptown, Mpl., 612-354-2453

Any craft and crew resto

Stanley’s Northeast is the Ritz-Carlton of eating with your dog in a tent, with tiny twinkling lights, a daily Yappy Hour, and customers who come from all over the subway to enjoy the canine vibe. It is only one of craft and crew restaurant chain of dog-positive places in the group, all with “Pawtio” luxury dog ​​menus – chews and also starters such as salmon cakes and many desserts, such as Pupcream with bananas and butter peanut! The group includes Duke’s on 7 in Minnetonka, The Howe in south Minneapolis, Pub 819 in downtown Hopkins, and The Block in St. Louis Park.

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