Top 8 Dog-Friendly Restaurants in AZ

Don’t leave your dog at home or in the hotel room when it’s time for dinner! So many eateries in Arizona welcome pets and it’s a great way to meet fellow travelers and pet owners. Many of the restaurants listed below have pet-friendly patios, accommodating staff and some even keep dog treats on hand. Take a look:

Scorpion Bay Grill, Peoria

Great food in a casual atmosphere with your favorite canine after a day on the lake—it doesn’t get much better than that. Come as you are, dine in, take out, or tie up and order food to go. Scrumptious burgers, quesadillas, flatbreads and salads served up by a dog-friendly staff. They even have a great vegetarian menu. Dogs enjoy watching the ducks and being by the water.

Address: 10970 Peninsula Blvd, Peoria, AZ

O.H.S.O. Eatery + Nano Brewery, Phoenix area

Incredibly dog friendly (staff and other patrons), great beer, great food. O.H.S.O. is a restaurant, nano-brewery, distillery and dog-friendly hot-spot all in one. Four locations, all dog-friendly, in the Phoenix area, including Arcadia, North Scottsdale, Paradise Valley and coming to Gilbert.

Address: Various locations

Diablo Burger, Flagstaff

Diablo Burger features a dog-friendly patio with shade overlooking a pleasant courtyard. Order a juicy burger with a fun name like The Cheech, The Blutarsky, and Ziggy Stardust. Doggy treats for your pup!

Address: 120 N. Leroux St., Flagstaff

Barley Hound, Prescott

This casual and contemporary gastropub is dog-friendly and serves Arizona craft beer, salads, duck fat fries, burgers, osso buco and chicken fried scallops. The welcoming, casual atmosphere and outstanding food and drinks have quickly made it one of Prescott’s favorite restaurants. Located just off the courthouse square in downtown Prescott.

The spacious courtyard patio is very dog friendly. The menu includes several options for dogs including a beef or chicken and rice dinner served to your dog on its own Frisbee!

Lone Spur Café, Prescott

Lone Spur Café is a pleasant cowboy-type setting in old town Prescott with filet mignon benedict, BBQ burgers and ribs as just a sampling of the delicious options available. Extensive meat and eggs breakfast menu.

Bistro tables out front allow dogs. The accommodating staff will provide treats and water bowls!

Address: 106 W Gurley St., Prescott

Rene at Tlaquepaque, Sedona

Outdoor seating area allows you to bring your best pal as you grab a bite to eat. Lots of shade on hot days and a pricy, but scrumptious menu that features scallops, portobello bolognese, antelope and lamb. Casually elegant, relaxed ambiance.

Address: 336 State Route 179, Sedona

Fez, Phoenix

The wait staff is awesome at FEZ in Phoenix. The restaurant features a variety of American eats and a quaint dog-friendly patio that is great for happy hour. Water bowls with ice cubes on hot days for the pooches and a human menu that includes baja tacos, hummus, salads, pizza, burgers, chicken sandwiches, slow braised roast beef, and golden curry. Great brunch offerings. Dogs must be less than 40 lbs.

Address: 105 West Portland Street, Phoenix

Zinburger, Tucson and Phoenix area

The staff at Zinburger treats pets and humans with great respect! The back patio features a casual, modern atmosphere and dog water bowls are available. Famous for their “zinfully” delicious burgers and a menu that includes veggie burgers, shakes and hand-cut zucchini fries. Serves beer, wine and cocktails as well.

Address: Two locations in Tucson, plus Scottsdale, Phoenix and Gilbert

Scorpion Bay is Arizona’s premier floating playground, offering everything from daily pontoon and ski boat rentals to slips for harboring your yacht (or dinghy). Come for the fishing or come for the frolicking—either way, incredible mountain views, fantastic dining and world-class marina services await less than an hour out of Phoenix.