Nearly 15,000 people call the city of Robbinsdale in Hennepin County, Minnesota their home. The city was established in 1893 and was named after the man who bought the land in that area. Robbinsdale sits on less than three miles of land, and in that space, there are 14 city parks, so there's no shortage of outdoor space and activities to enjoy. Residents affectionately refer to Robbinsdale as "Birdtown," and say the charming city has comforting small-town vibes with all of the amenities of a big city. Robbinsdale is also known for its trendy restaurants, cafes, and breweries, and many of them happen to be dog-friendly!
You and your dog can visit Nonna Rosa's Ristorante Italiano in northwestern Robbinsdale when you're in the mood for authentic Italian food and an extensive wine list. The patio at Nonna Rosa's has a European-style patio with plenty of comfortable seating, and your dog is welcome to join you out there while you eat. Their menu includes items like risotto, gnocchi, veal, and fresh seafood, and the staff will bring bowls of water out for your pet, too. Once you're done with your meal, you and your dog can head off to one of several nearby dog parks!