Blog Best Dog-Friendly Restaurants in Palm Beach
We love bringing our dogs out to socialize with people and other friendly pets that are out on the town. Palm Beach is full of great places where you can bring your favorite furry friend. However, when it comes to restaurants, it can be a challenge to find places where you won’t feel out of place. Here are some of Will’s favorite dog-friendly restaurants with a great atmosphere and even better food!
If you feel like being in the downtown area for the afternoon, then Rocco’s Tacos is your place for lunch. This popular Mexican grill is a downtown staple. The outdoor patio allows you and your pup to sit outside, enjoy the fresh air, and people watch until your heart’s content. Servers will graciously provide water to your dog while you sip on a delicious margarita. The food at Rocco’s is legendary, and the service is equally as fantastic. Rocco’s Tacos is located on at 224 Clematis Street in Downtown West Palm Beach.
Morton’s The Steakhouse
The famous Morton’s The Steakhouse is a beautiful place to class up dinner with your favorite pup. Their outdoor seating is right on Lakeview Avenue with a beautiful view of the cityscape at sunset. The outdoor seating is plentiful, and their service staff is always delighted to accommodate your pup with a fresh water bowl. The food at Morton’s The Steakhouse is exquisite, and you cannot miss it. Only service dogs are allowed inside. However, there is plenty of room for you and your pup on the patio. Morton’s Steakhouse is located at 777 South Flagler Drive in West Palm Beach.
Hullabaloo is another one of the best dog-friendly restaurants in the downtown area that we love. Nuzzled between Subculture Coffeeshop and Kapow Noodle Bar is the narrow yet lively Hullabaloo. This trendy gastropub serves up fantastic American-Italian fare that you will hear about all over the city. They have both a front and back patio where you can lounge and sip on cold Palomas on a warm summer day with your pup right beside you. The back patio has a shaded area with a separate entrance as to not inconvenience you or your furry friend. Also, Hullabaloo has a beautiful airstream that can be rented out for events should you want to have a get together with you and your fellow puppy parents. Hullabaloo is located at 517 Clematis Street in Downtown West Palm Beach.
Pizza Al Fresco
Pizza Al Fresco is a charming Palm Beach staple that is perfect for a day on the island with you and your dog. With plenty of outside seating and palm trees to keep you and your pup nice and fresh, it is the perfect summer afternoon pizza spot. Just a few blocks away from Worth Avenue, Pizza Al Fresco is famous for being the resting spot of the shopping fatigued or beach bums of the weekend. Pizza Al Fresco has perfectly portioned personal pizzas made with amazingly fresh ingredients to satisfy that one of a kind craving. With a service staff that is second to none, you and your dog will have a delightful time here. Pizza Al Fresco is located at 14 Via Mizner in Palm Beach.
If you are looking for a classy evening dinner out but can’t stand to leave your little pup at home, look no further than Table 26. Conveniently located off of Dixie highway just south of Belvedere Road, Table 26 is equal parts intimate and bustling. The elegant, airy, and nautical themed restaurant has a menu that is full of global comfort food set please any pallet. Smaller dogs are welcomed here as it is a fine dining establishment. However, the service and attention to detail are one of a kind. After eating at Table 26, it will be your go-to for every fancy evening out. Table 26 is located at 1700 South Dixie Highway in West Palm Beach.
Howley’s Diner is a West Palm Beach institution that isn’t going anywhere any time soon. Their tag line is “cooked in sight, must be right” because of their home cooking mentality. There are no microwaves in this establishment, meaning the food is prepared fresh and per-table. Howley’s is arguably one of the coolest places in town. With a large back patio, dogs of all sizes are welcomed and offered fresh water. The crowd at Howley’s is one that is familiar with each other, and once you go there a couple of times, you are part of the community. Howley’s is also a facilitator of some great local art shows. Almost all of their art pieces that adorn the walls are for sale, and they are all truly one of a kind. The fare is American classic with homemade fried chicken and a daily TV dinner special. You can’t miss this one-of-a-kind-place. Howley’s is located at 4700 South Dixie Highway in West Palm Beach.
High-end, dog-friendly restaurants can be hard to come by. Sant Ambroeus is a famous Italian eatery located in the Royal Poinciana Plaza in Palm Beach. Sant Ambrose is an authentic Italian restaurant with locations in New York and Italy. The patio and lounge of Sant Ambrose allow your favorite furry friends to join you in the beautiful ambiance of this gorgeous restaurant. This gourmet eatery has an ambiance that is unmatched in our community, and it fits perfectly for a special occasion, or even just a special night out. Be sure to call ahead for reservations as Sant Ambroeus is very busy on the weekends. Sant Ambroeus is located at 340 Royal Poinciana Way in Palm Beach.
The uber-cool Subculture Coffee shop is a hip spot for craft coffee drinks, beer & wine with light breakfast and lunch fare in an eclectic and very chic atmosphere. With a large patio to the right of the establishment, your dogs are free to be just as cool as the rest of the crowd. This lively coffee shop is a great place to work remotely, read a book, or sit with your best friend and people watch in the afternoon. Subculture Coffeeshop is located at 509 Clematis Street in West Palm Beach.
Going out to eat is never as fun as when you can bring our favorite furry friend along. We are so thrilled to be located close to all of these excellent dog-friendly restaurants. Check back for additions to the list so you and your best friend can grab a bite together!