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10 Dog-Friendly Miami Bars and Restaurants

Where to dine with the furry best friend

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More and more South Florida restaurants are recognizing that South Floridians are attached to furry companions. As such, eateries are now pet friendly allowing patrons to bring four legged buddies along to enjoy a meal. Here are some of the best spots of locally owned and operated restaurants with the best dog menus— including filet mignon, chicken, and salmon — and treats for men and women's best friends, too.

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Boia De

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Enjoy al fresco dining on Boia De’s outdoor patio, which currently seats 25 guests and their furry best friends. While guests can dine on a menu with options such as ribeye carpaccio, tagliolini nero with king crab, and lamb ribs, doggos can enjoy all natural treats from a local company, Pup & Pantry, and water.

Cielito Artisan Pops

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Cool down with a paleta from Cielito after enjoying a day of checking out the Wynwood Walls. Dip it in milk, dark or white chocolate, dress it up with an endless variety of toppings, and even add edible flowers to the pop. Whatever choice is made, Cielito has special dietary friendly doggy pops for pups to enjoy as well.

Owner and animal lover Matthew Kushner knows it's a dog's life. That’s why three out of the four Kush Hospitality restaurants offer menus specifically made for dogs. At Kush, humans can dine on an array of appetizers, salads, burgers, sandwiches, and desserts plus craft beers, while dogs can dine on Chichi's chicken and rice made with grilled chicken cut and mixed in with brown rice, carrots, and peas for $5.

Sushi Kong

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Just outside of Coral Gables, Sushi Kong is a Japanese restaurant with Latin influences. Dine on eclectic takes on traditional sushi, rolls, and wok dishes while the four-legged buddy enjoys a bowl of kongle; a mix of wet and dry salmon dog food, and carrots.

Carrot Express (Multiple locations)

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Eating healthy is easy when the food is flavorful. That’s why Carrot Express has been blooming throughout South Florida with 13 dog friendly locations. Order the salmon burger or marinated chicken breast with cilantro brown rice, avocado, and pico de gallo to share with the furry bestie.

Sawa Restaurant & Lounge

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Dine on Japanese influenced, Middle Eastern cuisine at The Shops at Merrick Park where pets are always welcome. Sawa's doggy menu starts with "tapas" choices such as Purina Beggin' Strips and Red Barn bully slices. The entree choices are kebab skewers available in chicken breast, filet mignon, or salmon. The menu closes out on a sweet note with dessert choices of vanilla or coconut pineapple ice cream and make for one very happy and full pup.

Atchana's Homegrown Thai

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Bring the pup and enjoy Thai cuisine in Coconut Grove. Atchana's doggy menu offers a varying rice bowl for canine buddies with daily creations including chicken, beef, or salmon mixed with rice and veggies in a coconut broth. 

Craving a burger and cold beer? Then head on over to Lokal with the fur baby and dine on an array of burgers and an arsenal of beers. Treat the pet to Chichi Get The Meatloaf made with egg and tomato puree, Yeyo's chicken and brown rice plus carrots and peas, or a chew-gar.

Greenstreet Cafe

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For more than 30 years this Coconut Grove staple has been the place to go for locals and pets alike. With outdoor seating complete with umbrellas for shading, pets and owners feel at ease while enjoying casual American fare. The pet friendly wait staff at Greenstreet is known to treat pets to complimentary slices of bacon and pieces of grilled chicken as well as a bowl of ice water.

Cracked by Chef Adrianne

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With two locations in South Florida in South Miami and the pet friendly, The Wharf, pet owners and their furry companions can dine on chef Adrianne Calvo’s Cracked. While patrons indulge in favorites like the truffled pepperoni pizza fries and crispy pork belly sliders, dogs can feast on the sweet potato hash with carrots and green apples, plus Miami’s finest iced water.

Boia De

Enjoy al fresco dining on Boia De’s outdoor patio, which currently seats 25 guests and their furry best friends. While guests can dine on a menu with options such as ribeye carpaccio, tagliolini nero with king crab, and lamb ribs, doggos can enjoy all natural treats from a local company, Pup & Pantry, and water.

Cielito Artisan Pops

Cool down with a paleta from Cielito after enjoying a day of checking out the Wynwood Walls. Dip it in milk, dark or white chocolate, dress it up with an endless variety of toppings, and even add edible flowers to the pop. Whatever choice is made, Cielito has special dietary friendly doggy pops for pups to enjoy as well.

KUSH

Owner and animal lover Matthew Kushner knows it's a dog's life. That’s why three out of the four Kush Hospitality restaurants offer menus specifically made for dogs. At Kush, humans can dine on an array of appetizers, salads, burgers, sandwiches, and desserts plus craft beers, while dogs can dine on Chichi's chicken and rice made with grilled chicken cut and mixed in with brown rice, carrots, and peas for $5.

Sushi Kong

Just outside of Coral Gables, Sushi Kong is a Japanese restaurant with Latin influences. Dine on eclectic takes on traditional sushi, rolls, and wok dishes while the four-legged buddy enjoys a bowl of kongle; a mix of wet and dry salmon dog food, and carrots.

Carrot Express (Multiple locations)

Eating healthy is easy when the food is flavorful. That’s why Carrot Express has been blooming throughout South Florida with 13 dog friendly locations. Order the salmon burger or marinated chicken breast with cilantro brown rice, avocado, and pico de gallo to share with the furry bestie.

Sawa Restaurant & Lounge

Dine on Japanese influenced, Middle Eastern cuisine at The Shops at Merrick Park where pets are always welcome. Sawa's doggy menu starts with "tapas" choices such as Purina Beggin' Strips and Red Barn bully slices. The entree choices are kebab skewers available in chicken breast, filet mignon, or salmon. The menu closes out on a sweet note with dessert choices of vanilla or coconut pineapple ice cream and make for one very happy and full pup.

Atchana's Homegrown Thai

Bring the pup and enjoy Thai cuisine in Coconut Grove. Atchana's doggy menu offers a varying rice bowl for canine buddies with daily creations including chicken, beef, or salmon mixed with rice and veggies in a coconut broth. 

LoKal

Craving a burger and cold beer? Then head on over to Lokal with the fur baby and dine on an array of burgers and an arsenal of beers. Treat the pet to Chichi Get The Meatloaf made with egg and tomato puree, Yeyo's chicken and brown rice plus carrots and peas, or a chew-gar.

Greenstreet Cafe

For more than 30 years this Coconut Grove staple has been the place to go for locals and pets alike. With outdoor seating complete with umbrellas for shading, pets and owners feel at ease while enjoying casual American fare. The pet friendly wait staff at Greenstreet is known to treat pets to complimentary slices of bacon and pieces of grilled chicken as well as a bowl of ice water.

Cracked by Chef Adrianne

With two locations in South Florida in South Miami and the pet friendly, The Wharf, pet owners and their furry companions can dine on chef Adrianne Calvo’s Cracked. While patrons indulge in favorites like the truffled pepperoni pizza fries and crispy pork belly sliders, dogs can feast on the sweet potato hash with carrots and green apples, plus Miami’s finest iced water.

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