The Top 10 Bars Where Your Dog Will Be Welcome, Too

Categories: Only In Houston

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10. Celtic Gardens
Sure, Celtic Gardens is smack-dab in the middle of the concrete jungle, but that's part of what's so great about it being dog-friendly. There isn't much green space in the city for Fido to take advantage of, but there's plenty of room for your buddy to lounge out at Celtic Gardens. They welcome your best furry friend with open arms while you grab a beer or six on their patio. Good beer selection, heavy pours, your dog is welcome...oh, and they get bonus points for the metered parking available around the bar, since it's such a valet-heavy area. No one needs dog hair on their dark valet pants, now do they?

2300 Louisiana, 713-900-2500, facebook.com/celticgardens

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9. Front Porch Pub
Your dog is always welcome at this super busy Midtown hotspot, but we have a suggestion. You should do your dog a solid and take them on steak night, where they're bound to get meat-treats galore fed to them by friendly strangers on the front porch. The food is pretty darn good, crowd is usually laid back, and the beer is always cold, so this place is a win with us. Parking can be a bit sketch, but it'll give both you and your old dog a chance to stretch your legs on that extended walk from wherever you left your car to the bar. Bonus points for everyone!

217 West Gray, 713-571-9571, frontporchpub.com

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8. Natachee's Supper 'N Punch
Okay, so we admit that we may have stretched the definition of "bar" to fit Natachee's on this list, but give us a little leeway. They've got some great drinks, and an even more awesome outdoor area that is perfect for not only your dogs, but your little ones as well. You can kick back, punch in hand, and hang out in what feels like Natachee's backyard for hours, and no one will judge ya. It's not so much a patio as it is a big open space for you and your dog to sit back and laze the day away.

3622 Main, 713-524-7203, natachees.com

Location Info

Venue

Map

Celtic Gardens

2300 Louisiana St., Houston, TX

Category: Music

Front Porch Pub

217 W. Gray, Houston, TX

Category: Music

Natachee's Supper 'n Punch

3622 Main St., Houston, TX

Category: Restaurant

Cottonwood

3422 N. Shepherd Drive, Houston, TX

Category: Music

Winston's On Washington

5111 Washington Ave., Houston, TX

Category: Music

J. Black's Feel Good Lounge

110 S. Heights Blvd., Houston, TX

Category: Music

Komodo's Pub

2004 Baldwin, Houston, TX

Category: Music

West Alabama Ice House

1919 W. Alabama, Houston, TX

Category: Music

Saint Dane's Bar & Grille

502 Elgin, Houston, TX

Category: Music

Boneyard Drinkery

8150 Washington Ave., Houston, TX

Category: Music

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12 comments
texmex01
texmex01 topcommenter

I was going to laugh if Boneyard was not #1.....

Caz1
Caz1

PJs Sports Bar, most afternoons and especially football Sundays.

Sam Samson
Sam Samson

Last time I was at Star Pizza, someone had their dog on the patio despite the signs and the dog peed on the ground. There was no way to avoid it so many people walked through it and tracked into the restaurant.

Sam Samson
Sam Samson

Dogs shouldn't be allowed where people are eating. No one wants to drink dog pee or eat dog poop.

murphysrescue
murphysrescue

So Sam the dogs are on the tables hiking their legs or squatting?  How does it feel to be lacking in brain cells?

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