Breweries, Pubs & Restaurants

The Best Pet and & Dog-Friendly Patios, Pubs & Breweries in Edmonton

With the craft beer trend rising in Edmonton, breweries and bars are wanting to stand out from the others. Making your patio dog-friendly is a great way to do this. If you’re a beer-lover AND a dog-lover, make sure to hit up these great places that you can grab a cold brew and chill with your pup.

The Best Pet and & Dog-Friendly Patios, Pubs & Breweries in Edmonton

Wondering “What patios can I bring my dog to in Edmonton this summer?” Well, we’ve got you covered. Here is a list of pooch-friendly patios so you never have to leave your dog home alone again!

Not too sure how you feel about our furry friends hanging out nearby while you’re eating and drinking? Check out this article from our sister site — Just Wine.

Of course, rules can change so JustBeer encourages you to call ahead of time to ensure your favourite canine will be able to join you.


List of Pet-Friendly & Dog-Friendly Breweries, Pubs and Patios in Edmonton, AB


El Cortez

After receiving the green light from Alberta Health Services — and being the first in Edmonton to do so, El Cortez allows dogs to accompany you on their back, outdoor patio. Your dog must be well-behaved and if things get out of control, you and your dog will be asked to leave.


Hudsons Canada’s Pub

Hudsons, located on Whyte Avenue, will have water bowls ready at your table for your pup. Hang out on Hudsons’ covered patio on sunny and rainy days.


Doggy Style Deli

Doddy Style Deli isn’t actually a patio but an actual restaurant for dogs! Bring your dog to pick out their favourite foods, toys, and much more!



Located right on Whyte Avenue, Dorinku Tokyo Street Food has a small patio that allows small dogs, big dogs, and cats. Unfortunately, no bears are allowed on this pet-friendly YEG patio.


Kelly’s Pub

Kelly’s Pub will over your dog a water bowl while your dog is tied up at your patio table.


Want to learn how to get more dog-friendly patios approved in Alberta?
Click here for a great resource from Edmonton-local, Linda Hoang.


Little Brick Cafe

Little Brick is a café, general store and event space in the heart of Edmonton. Little Brick allows dogs to join you at your table in their outside space.


Remedy Cafe

Most locations have dog-friendly areas of their patio and will also offer your pup a cold bowl of water while you hang out with friends in the sun.


Situation Brewing

Although Situation Brewing does not allow dogs on their patio, guests are welcomed to sit on the patio with their dog tied up on the other side of the fence. Situation Brewing will have a bowl of cold water for your pup!


The Grindstone Comedy Theatre & Bistro

The Grindstone is a great patio to bring your pup to. With picnic tables, snacks, cold drinks, great lighting, and dog-loving staff, The Grindstone is the place to be.


The Pint on Whyte

The Pint on Whyte Ave allows you to tie your dog up along the patio fence. Ask your server for a water bowl to keep your pup hydrated while you enjoy a cold beer and an appetizer during happy hour.


Do you know of more breweries, bars, or restaurants that allow dogs?
Let us know so we can help spread the word!

Looking for more great beer resources? Check out these links:

The Best Places To Get A Keg in Calgary & Edmonton
5 Activities in Calgary Every Beer Lover Should Try
Is Wild Rose Brewery Being Bought By Sleeman?
10 Reasons You Should Drink Craft Beer

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