Looking for a great brewery or eatery where you can bring your pup along? Colorado Springs is very dog-friendly… And the restaurants are no exception! Check out our list of the top places you can take your dog in Colorado Springs, CO.
Whether you're looking to visit Colorado Springs on vacation, or move there with your furry best friend… There are plenty of things to do, places to go, and delicious restaurants to eat at with your pup by your side.
With the "pet parent" trend growing, restaurants have realized that they need to provide nice outdoor eating spaces for humans to bring their canines along for the ride. And because of that—most restaurants with outdoor patios will welcome your pup with open arms. But make sure you check ahead of time, just in case.
And with the guidance of our list below… Not only will you be able to find restaurants that love their furry guests, but you'll find delicious eateries, bars, breweries, and cafes with beautiful patios and the dog-friendliest staff team members. They will be just as excited to see your sweet pup as you are to bring them along for a doggy lunch date.
Looking for more dog-friendly activities? Check out the best dog parks, off-leash areas, and dog-friendly trails in Colorado Springs. Whether you want to go for a hike with your adventurous pup, or you want to sit back and relax on a park bench while they go crazy with the other dogs… There are plenty of great outdoor options for every dog and their human.
And don't forget about finding the best local pet care businesses in town. You can click here to find all of the top pet groomers, dog walkers, cat sitters, and more!
But if you're ready to get your grub on… let's check out this foodie list.
The 10 Best Dog-Friendly Restaurants, Bars, and Breweries in Colorado Springs, CO:
- 3.14 Sweet and Savory Pi Bar
- Black Bear Diner
- Bubba's 33
- Cerberus Brewing Company
- Edelweiss Restaurant
- Jack Quinn's Irish Pub and Restaurant
- Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar
- Metric Brewing
- Monse's Taste of El Salvador Pupuseria
- Storybook Brewing
3.14 Sweet and Savory Pi Bar — Northwest Colorado Springs
3.14 Sweet and Savory Pi Bar is a fun, unique restaurant and bar that serves soups, salads, omelets, quiches, flatbreads, and most importantly… PIES! Whether sweet or savory, you'll love their wide variety of delicious pies. And they all look just as good as they taste. This dog-friendly restaurant offers its guests a pet-friendly patio, so your pup can sit right by your side while you enjoy a Jambalaya Pie, Pumpkin Pie, Coconut Pie, or Beef Pot Pie.
Black Bear Diner — East Colorado Springs
Black Bear Diner is a dog-friendly restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert. They have a sunny outdoor patio you can enjoy with your pup. And Black Bear Diner serves up delicious comfort foods like burgers, sandwiches, steaks, and fish and chips. Don't forget to try out some of their breakfast foods like Cinnamon Roll French Toast, Stuffed Blackberry French Toast, or the Joe's Hobo Omelette.
Bubba's 33 — Elsmere
Bubba's 33 is a delicious, pet-friendly pizzeria that also sells great burgers! "Get your hands on one of our big and juicy burgers, or try a slice or two of our hand-tossed, stoned-baked pizza. We craft our burgers and pizzas from the ground up in-house with the freshest ingredients around." And they have dog-friendly outdoor seating.
Cerberus Brewing Company — Downtown
Cerberus Brewing Company is a dog-friendly restaurant where well-behaved dogs are allowed on their outdoor patio, and in their beautiful beer garden. They have a large variety of beers on tap and delicious pub foods like burgers, pretzels, soups, salads, steak and potatoes, smoked chicken, and so much more! Their motto here is: "trails & dogs & bikes & beer." They love serving delicious food and brews to outdoor lovers and dog-lovers alike.
Edelweiss Restaurant — Stratton Meadows
Edelweiss Restaurant has a large outdoor patio where your pup can sit right by your side while you enjoy the many authentic German-influenced meals. This family-owned restaurant has been around for over 40 years.
"The restaurant invites guests to dine in one of its several rooms decorated with artifacts from Europe. With strolling musicians on Friday and Saturday nights, three blazing fireplaces in winter, and an authentic "Biergarten" in summer, you are sure to enter into another world as a guest at Edelweiss." This is a unique eatery that you won't want to skip.
Jack Quinn's Irish Pub and Restaurant — Downtown
Jack Quinn's Irish Pub and Restaurant is a dog-friendly restaurant that welcomes its furry guests with open arms on their outdoor patio to sit by their human's side. They serve lunch and dinner daily, plus brunch on the weekends! And they even have certain specials like "vegan week."
Typically you'll find traditional Irish pub foods like fish and chips, Reubens, potato fish cakes, pretzels with cheese, corned beef and cabbage, and shepherd's pie. And they even have a section of their menu that is all shareable meals for 2, 3, or 4 people. While you're there, don't forget to check out their dessert menu and try out the "Irish Coffee Bread Pudding" or the "Bailey's Cheesecake."
Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar — Chapel Hills
Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar is a dog-friendly eatery that serves a wide variety of foods and styles. They serve lunch and dinner daily, plus brunch on the weekends. They actually serve their meals in unique styles like shareable meals for 4-5 people, or in "TV Dinner" style… meaning that they come "frozen in retro-style trays, and ready to pop in the oven when you need them."
So they'll make you dinner, and then you can take it home to bake it later on. And of course, they have typical-style eating like small plates, sandwiches, burgers, pizza, fish, etc. Whatever type of food you're looking for, and whatever style you're hoping to eat it in, they've got what you need!
Metric Brewing — East Colorado Springs
Metric Brewing is a dog-friendly brewery that hosts a variety of food trucks, so you can enjoy their brews along with the unique food selections of many different food truck companies around town. These people are very serious about their beer craft and desire to provide you with the best quality possible.
"We're driven to create interesting, well-crafted beers without compromise. With a devotion to the progression of craft beer and an obligation to our amazing local community, we're committed to the pursuit of perfection. Beer is not just a widget in a business plan, it's our life's work."
Monse's Taste of El Salvador Pupuseria — Old Colorado City
Monse's Taste of El Salvador Pupuseria is a dog-friendly restaurant that is rooted in El Salvador's cuisine. "We make everything locally and take pride in our authentic, homemade-style menu. We believe in providing fresh, all-natural food and are dedicated to the freshness of our homemade recipes."
Their meals are all made with organic, all-natural, and non-GMO ingredients. And they even offer a gluten-free menu, for those who need it. You and your pup will both love sitting out on their outdoor patio together while you eat up some amazing, authentic Central American food.
Storybook Brewing — Northeast Colorado Springs
Storybook Brewing is a dog-friendly brewery that also invites a variety of food trucks to come serve their guests. And you can check out the food truck lineup on their website. With a different food genre every day, you'll never get bored of this place! They also serve quite the variety of brews to choose from. Whether you're looking for an IPA, a British Ale, a Porter, or a Seltzer… They've got a little bit of everything here.
Dog-Friendly Eating in Colorado Springs!
With such a variety in styles, genres, tastes, and settings of pet-friendly restaurants, bars, and breweries in Colorado Springs… Why not bring your precious pup with you wherever you go for your favorite grub?
For more articles about dog-friendly activities and pet-parenting advice, check out the Blog at LocalPetCare.com.