Dogs and Food: The Perfect Combination. Grab Your Pup and Head to One of These 6 Pet-Friendly Restaurants in the Valley



Following the apocalyptic surprise snowfall, we’re happy to report that spring weather is finally here, and it’s time to take full advantage the best time of year in the Valley! Most importantly, your furry friends want in on the fun too, which makes it prime time for patio dining.


 1. Hearth 61

For an upscale menu and an incredible view to share with the pup in your life, Hearth 61 is a fantastic option for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Some of our favorite menu items include the pan roasted king salmon, grilled cheese featuring smoked cheddar, fontina and spicy tomato artichoke relish on noble bread and the garden vegetable omelet.

 2. Over Easy

Over Easy’s several Valley locations offer a fantastic patio for brunching with your doggo. Plus, its nationally-recognized menu won’t disappoint with unique menu items like the ‘Waffle Dog,’ sausage links dipped in vanilla waffle batter, the Nut Banana French Toast and classics like the two-egg sandwich.

3. Hula’s Modern Tiki

Hula’s Modern Tiki has Scottsdale and Phoenix locations that bring a fun, tropical atmosphere to the Valley that coincides perfectly with the warm, spring weather that every dog loves. Tropical menu items you won’t find anywhere else in the Valley like Hawaiian Ceviche and Crispy Coconut Shrimp Rolls only add to the ambiance.

4. The Churchill

The Churchill, a relative newcomer to the downtown Phoenix scene, is the perfect place for a casual afternoon with your dog. Its open patio is home to ten small businesses that offer everything from shopping at Arizona mainstay State Forty Eight to pizza at the beloved Freak Brothers and craft cocktails at The Pobrecito.

5.  Social Tap

The Social Tap brings dogs, great cocktails and backyard games together in one space, and what could be better than that? The atmosphere may be laid back, but the attention to quality food isn’t, with menu items like the chicken tortilla soup, seared ahi and Philly cheesesteaks, all made from scratch.

6. Scramble

A quick breakfast means more time for your puppy, which is why we appreciate Scramble, a casual joint that has dog friendly patios at all of its locations. Don’t think fast means compromising quality because there are few Valley menu items that can compete with Scramble’s assortment of delicious ‘brizzas,’ or breakfast pizzas.


When you and your pup are done grabbing a bite, head to one of these dog parks for a little extra fun!


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