It’s too hot to leave your pets in the car, so why not take them with you? Check out some of the pet-friendly places around town, with the help of Bring Fido. Your pooch is sure to enjoy spending time on a shady patio, as are you.
The Novel Café is a popular spot for people with pooches. The patio area is not only a great place to eat and relax, but also inviting for your pet as well. In fact, The Novel Café is said to be so pet friendly that they even provide treats and water for your furry friends.
Gale’s Restaurant is considered somewhat of a hidden gem, as locals know it, but it’s not a destination restaurant for out-of-towners. That said, the patio tables are reportedly dog friendly, making it a must visit for people traveling with pooches. Water bowls are available for dogs and bowls filled with pasta are perfect for people–the rotini Bolognese tends to be a palate pleaser.
For a weekend brunch or a night on the town, Congregation Ale House is the answer to your prayers. Bring your dog along for a brunch of eggs and Bloody Mary’s and sit out on the patio. Or hit up the gastropub later in the day and relax with a cold beer from the huge selection as your pet indulges in a bowl of water.
The French are well known for bringing their dogs along with them wherever they go and Heirloom Bakery in South Pasadena has a decidedly French accent. Make like les Francais and bring your pooch along for the ride as you feast on quiche, sandwiches and perfect pastries.
Also in South Pasadena is Mike and Anne’s. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Mike and Anne’s is the perfect spot for Sunday brunch with the family and the family dog. Try lush lemon ricotta pancakes or an omelet with a Bloody Mary on the patio, surrounded by classic California ambiance.
For more pet-friendly places in Pasadena and South Pasadena, check out Bring Fido, and be sure to call first for updated information on the pet policies of your dining destination.