By Emily Gantt
Published: 08/10/2021, edited: 08/10/2021
Once upon a time, dog outings were limited to dog parks and hiking trails only. But nowadays, more and more bars, restaurants, and venues are making policy changes to accommodate pet parents and their fur-babies. Baltimore is no different — the city's bars understand that pet parents need to “un-wine” from the big-city hustle and bustle too.
Luckily, there are plenty of dog-friendly bars in Baltimore that will happily serve you and your fur-baby. We know that picking a dog-friendly hangout in a place with so many can be difficult. That's why we've taken on the challenge of finding the 5 best dog-friendly pubs Baltimore has to offer. Below are some pup-friendly joints you won't want to miss in the Baltimore area.
Just 20 minutes north of Baltimore lies a brewery you won't want to miss: B.C. Brewery. Unlike most bars on our list, B.C. Brewery allows dogs at both their indoor and outdoor tables, meaning you can enjoy a beer with your bud in any weather.
This brewery takes a different approach to the typical bar experience. B.C.'s self-service beer wall means you'll never have to wait on a cold beer again. Simply put your card into the machine and pour to your heart's content. The machine charges by the ounce, so you only pay for what you get! The brewery also serves a variety of bar food, including burgers, wings, tacos, and pizzas.
Dog Watch Tavern on South Broadway is a "pawsome" place to spend an evening out with your pooch. The outdoor patio features 3 dog-friendly tables where pet parents can enjoy an adult beverage and some bar grub with their furry BFF. This tavern has specials nearly every day of the week, making it an excellent choice for a budget date night. Whatever you do, be sure to try the cream of crab soup!
If you're a beer connoisseur, World of Beer is the place to go in Baltimore. You can choose from more than 500 beers while you lounge on the dog-friendly patio with your fur-baby. World of Beer has tons of great cocktails and wines if you're not a beer person, and the food selection is impressive too. Try the lemon berry spritzer with World of Beer's signature beer-brined crispy chicken sliders — you won't be disappointed!
If you're searching for an upscale bar and restaurant to wine and dine your fur-baby, look no further than the dog-friendly patio at Park Tavern. This chic destination has everything you could think of drink-wise, with pages upon pages of the menu dedicated to craft brews, wine, and handcrafted cocktails.
Cool down with a frozen Dole Whip, made with vanilla rum, ice cream, and pineapple juice. Or, try a fizzy strawberry pineapple creamsicle topped with fresh macerated berries. You might even bring along some non-alcoholic dog wine so your pup can sip alongside you. All that drinking is sure to work up an appetite, and Park Tavern has you covered with chef-inspired fusion dishes that are sure to hit the spot. Short-rib mac and cheese, anyone?
There's no better place around Baltimore to brunch with your fur-baby than Slainte Irish Pub. This restaurant and pub serves up authentic Irish bites like bangers, rashers, corned beef, and black pudding — but that's not all. Slainte has an extensive beer menu sure to suit even the pickiest of beer enthusiasts. The restaurant was even featured on the hit show, Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives! You definitely don't want to miss this pub!
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