The dog days are not over just yet! Rather than mope that summer is ending, I suggest eating away your feelings. I know, I know, emotional eating is wrong so why not bring your dog along? That way, after you enjoy stuffing your face, you and your four legged best friend can walk it all off!
Here at Mrs. Sizzle, we compiled a list of awesome dog friendly NYC restaurants that you should visit before the summer is over!
Upper East Side
Barking Dog (1678 3rd avenue at 94th Street): Tons of outdoor seating for you and your dog! Your dog is greeted with milk bones and its own water dish. The best part is that breakfast is served until 4pm, we suggest the eggs Florentine which is served with the crispiest shredded hash browns in town. You can also order grilled chicken breast for your dog which comes sliced and served in a stainless steel bowl.
Fetch Bar and Grill (1649 3rd avenue btw 92nd and 93rd): This family friendly, dog-themed restaurant is actually right down the street from the Barking Dog. Pictures of dogs cover the walls; even more line the hallways and these dogs are adoptable! Seating for you and your dog is right outside the storefront of the restaurant. We suggest the individual baked mac and cheese, cheesy deliciousness topped with ritz crackers, and for your dog, we suggest ordering a side of bacon!
Bcup Cafe (212 avenue B on the corner of E.13th street): This cozy neighborhood cafe is located in the East Village. Not only does this place have great coffee, smoothies, and organic nosh, it also has fast and free wifi! We suggest ordering the chai latte or the strawberry mint lemonade smoothie, and the summer salad. For you furry companion, we suggest a order of roast beef!
Habana Outpost (757 Fulton avenue): This brightly colored art infused restaurant is located in downtown Brooklyn. Walk in and order Cuban and Mexican cuisine and pick up your order when your number is up from the food truck outside! The outdoor seating is perfect for your dog. Another perk is the Sunday movie nights and the Tuesday Baby Breakfasts. We suggest their frozen spiked guava margarita, their traditional Mexican grilled corn with Cotija cheese, chili powder and lime, and their signature burritos! For your dog we suggest the "Roscoe on a Stick", fried chicken breasts and waffles with maple syrup on a stick (make sure you remove the stick before giving it to your dog!).
Edited by Jahdai Kilkenny