We recently created a guide to family-friendly restaurants in Downtown Birmingham (you can check that out here). But what about our four-legged companions? They need to get out of the house and enjoy some good eats as well! We would love to assume that dogs are welcome everywhere, but that’s not always the case. While most restaurants explicitly state whether or not they are dog-friendly, not all do. So, we decided to put together a list of some dog-friendly dining & drinking options in Downtown Birmingham to make you and your pup’s lives easier!
Carrigan's Beer Garden
Carrigan’s is the perfect spot for you and your dogs! Their large outdoor patio is perfect for running around and letting your puppies get rid of all their pent-up energy (and maybe even making some new friends)! Plus, the great food and drink options that are served here are an added bonus.
You already knew we were going to put The Pizitz in this list…I mean how could we not?! With endless dining, drink, and dessert options and an outdoor patio that is dog-friendly there’s not much more you could ask for!
Birmingham District Brewing
Birmingham District Brewing offers great brews and plenty of outdoor space for your doggos to run around and play while you sit back and relax – or while you run around with them – your choice!
Slice Pizza & Brew
Slice Pizza & Brew is the perfect spot to take your dogs and enjoy some delicious ‘za. Slice has a large outdoor patio that is perfect for those warm summer days that are quickly approaching!
Good Dog Park & Bar (coming soon!)
Good Dog Park & Bar is coming soon to Birmingham! This new dog park & bar will be opening in Spring 2022 and will feature 10,000 sq.ft. of turfed, fenced, and covered space! Plus, the dog park is fully staffed with trained dog handlers. Stay tuned for more updates on this fun new opening!
Here are some more dog-friendly dining & drink options for you to check out in Downtown Birmingham!
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