Dog-Friendly Restaurants Around Beverly Hills
The last time you went out to lunch you might have noticed more and more dog-friendly restaurants in Beverly Hills. As dogs and some other pets are welcomed in many establishments, more Angelinos’ are spending time with their dog outside the home. Here are a few restaurants where you can take your furry friend:
This place has been a Beverly Hills favorite since it opened in 1949. It’s a laid-back and homey restaurant, and dogs are very welcome. The owners even have a stash of dog treats, which canines regulars easily find. Just like the staff of those quaint diners in the movies, the staff at Walter’s Cafe recognizes regulars and can remember their usual orders.
You can dine on avocado BLT on sourdough, commiserate with friends over Napoli panini, or have Eggs Benedict while on a casual date—all while your dog chills out beside you. There are great selections for breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner.
Perhaps the best thing about 208 Rodeo is that everything on its menu is made with fresh ingredients, and it definitely comes through in the food. Brunch has never been more refreshing. Chow down on crunchy Tuscan kale salad with prawns and avocado, or the juicy Chicken Milanese. Try the Owague burger or the tuna tartare, or order a heaping cheese plate. Order some salmon and finish your meal off with strawberry crème roulade.
Sit out on the patio with your dog, where you also have a great view of one of the most recognizable landmarks in LA—the Beverly Wilshire, also known as “the hotel from Pretty Woman.”
If you’re craving good, authentic Italian food at affordable prices, Da Pascuale is a great place to eat to your heart’s content and spend quality time with your dog. Da Pascuale serves food to authentic that Italians recommend it. Order Insalata Caprese for your appetizer, then dine on Spaghetti Aglio, mussels, linguine with clams, burrata with tomatoes, authentic panna cotta, or Sformatino al Ciocolatto. You won’t need to book a ticket and sit in a plane for hours for real Italian fare; best of all, you can eat like you’re n Naples with your dog sitting right beside you.
The Fat Dog
The complimentary roasted rosemary almonds alone should pique anyone’s interest about this place, but the meals are impressive, and the patio is great for dogs. Try the fried brussels sprouts (which are actually a lot better than they sound), the short rib hash, the mac and cheese, deviled eggs, and of course, the Fat Dog. The bartender can also make whatever drink you want, and you’ll definitely find it amazing. The Fat Dog is definitely a restaurant to watch out for in Hollywood.
With winter coming and the air getting chillier, it’s time for some hearty meals to keep you warm. To get into the spirit of the season, have a slice of Urth Caffe’s delicious pumpkin pie. You’ll definitely feel that the holidays are coming with the pie’s blend of nutmeg, cinnamon, and a gingerbread crust.
Try some chicken soup if you’re craving comfort food, or vegetable chili, nicoise salad, lentil soup, or a large and hearty breakfast burrito. Seating is mostly outdoors, and Urth Caffe is a well-known dog-friendly restaurant with decent parking. You might even get a chance to socialize your dog.
The Farm of Beverly Hills
Well-known and well-loved among Beverly Hills fur parents, The Farm is a warm and intimate place amid the hustle and bustle of the city. You can jump right on the health food train while having scrumptious and hearty meals. Have the beet salad or the garlic fries, or have the chicken and waffle special or the BBQ pulled pork sandwich if you want something heavier. You can also have a cup of black bean turkey chili, or some huevos rancheros. Sit with your dog out on the patio for some people watching or relaxing.
For authentic Italian food in a more elegant atmosphere, visit Via Alloro. The service is great, but more important, so is the huge wine selection. If you’re a vegan or on a gluten-free diet, Via Alloro can cater to your dietary needs. The gluten-free pizzas and pastas are a revelation.
You can have the best salmon you’ve had in your life, as well as the surprising pistachio molten cake, gamberi calamari salad, or the tagliata de bue, all with excellent wine pairings. Dine al fresco with your dog on the patio, where you can enjoy the famous Los Angeles weather.
This article is provided by Arthur Glosman DDS