Where To Find Dog Friendly Patios in Calgary
Below we’ve compiled a list of all of the bars, breweries and restaurants in Calgary that have dog friendly patios. Please let us know in the comments at the bottom if anything is missing! Make sure to familiarize yourself with the rules for each patio when visiting, which are usually made available in an easy to see location. Don’t hesitate to reach out and ask the business any questions.
- Ensure your dogs vaccinations are up to date
- If your dog doesn’t get along with other dogs, best not to bring them to a dog friendly patio
- Some places have dog food menus!
- Most patios close down for the winter
- Keep your dog leashed and under control at all times
- Dogs are not allowed on chairs/seats/benches as per Alberta Health Services
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Sorted By Quadrant
It makes most sense to list dog friendly patios by quadrant. There’s also a Google map of them all.
🦴 = they have a menu just for your dog!
Leopolds Tavern (Bowness)
11654 Sarcee Trail NW
Boogies Burgers (Renfrew)
🦴 Vin Room (Airport)
|Address||510 Heritage Dr SW, Calgary, AB T2V 2W2
Bitter Sisters Brewing Co. is a craft brewery located right beside the Heritage LRT station. Their patio is dog friendly and quite large with lots of room between tables, and protection in case it rains. Bitter Sisters also serves food in addition to beer.
Browns Socialhouse (Mount Royal)
Fionn MacCool’s (Beltline)
Montana’s BBQ (Signal Hill)
🦴Vin Room (Mission)
🦴Vin Room (West)
|Address||4323 1 St SE, Calgary, AB T2G 2L2
Annex Ale Project has a large dog friendly patio with benches and tables. There’s bike racks as well. Annex serves food in addition to beer, and they have a lot of indoor seating. They also make root beer and other sodas.
East Side Marios (Shawnessy)
Montana’s (deep south)
Dog Friendly Patios Google Map
They’re sorted by quadrant as well, plus a separate layer for just the breweries.
Dog Friendly Patios – Just The Breweries!
What Is “Dog Friendly?”
It means they have paid for a license through Alberta Health Services to allow doggos on the patio. If every place could do it for free they totally would.
Did we miss a business? Drop in a comment below with info and we’ll add it up! Cheers.
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