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Cape Brewing Co Founder JC Cody poses with his dogs Millie and Lady. Photo Acrylic Asylum Art.

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Dogs Dine Out

Plenty of Tulsa area restaurants and bars welcome dogs.

Going out to eat in Tulsa doesn’t mean you have to leave your four-legged friends at home. While Oklahoma law prohibits non-service animals inside of eating establishments, we found restaurants and bars all over town that allow pups on their patios.

SALT & LIME SOCIAL

This storage containers-turned-restaurant in the Gunboat District in downtown Tulsa offers a casual vibe complete with a dog-themed mural in the dining container. Grab a taco and tequila before heading next door to the Route 66 Dog Park. saltandlimesocial.com

PIZZA 313

South Tulsa’s Detroit-style pizzeria boasts a private patio complete with TV and fireplace, cozy for people and pups alike. Sink your teeth into a deep dish pizza and enjoy the daily happy hour from 4-7 p.m. pizza313tulsa.com

THE CHALKBOARD KITCHEN + BAR

This cozy restaurant is tucked into the lower level of the dog-friendly Ambassador Hotel. The patio offers shade and fans on warm days and is heated for when temperatures drop. They also provide fresh water for canine companions. thechalkboardtulsa.com

OPEN CONTAINER

This bar and grill at The Boxyard has great views of downtown Tulsa from the second story patio. They have something going on almost every night and welcome furry friends. facebook.com/opencontainertulsa

ROOSEVELT’S 

Humans aren’t the only ones who get a cool drink at Cherry Street’s gastropub in Tulsa. Grab a frozen beverage (F’Rosé anyone?) for you and a cool dish of water for your pup. The spacious patio is usable year round with plenty of shade in the summer and enclosed and heated in the winter. rooseveltstulsa.com

SOCIETY BURGER

This craft burger kitchen offers an enclosed patio space where humans and dogs alike can relax. Sidle right up to the bar for a boozy shake, or opt for a table by the fireplace during the winter. There are three locations to choose from: Broken Arrow, south Tulsa and Cherry Street. societyburger.com

THE CAPE BREWING CO 

Jenks’ first brewery is a “family-friendly, dog-friendly, friendly-friendly place to be.” You and your pup can enjoy an outdoor concert or a movie on the lawn of The Backyard. They also host regular pet adoption events and fundraisers for area rescues and animal welfare organizations. 

Founder JC Cody is so committed to helping rescue dogs that his newest fur-baby Lady, a gorgeous Bernese Mountain Dog, was rescued from life as a puppy mill momma. JC says that when Lady first came home with him, she had never seen grass before and didn’t even know how to walk up stairs after years in a cage. Now Lady enjoys running around on the lawn of The Backyard with her Mastiff sister Millie. thecapebrewingcompany.com

 

PUB W

What says “dog-friendly” more than a dog menu? Pub W, located at 61st & Yale in Tulsa, will cook up a doggie entree to go with your order of Squashpuppies. Enjoy comfy seating options outside like outdoor couches and swinging egg chairs. pubdub.com

  • Some salt for me and some lime for you. Photo Shelby Remy.
  • Inside the dining container at Salt & Lime Social. Photo Shelby Remy.
  • Enjoy Happy Hour on the private patio at Pizza 313. Photo provided.
  • The Chalkboard is tucked into the dog-friendly Ambassador Hotel. Photo provided.
  • The patio at The Chalkboard offers a cool place to beat the heat. Photo provided.
  • Even dogs can't not smile at Open Container. Photo provided.
  • Dog-lover and Roosevelt's Owner Bryan Pasek loves taking pictures of visiting dogs. Photo Bryan Pasek.
  • Dog-lover and Roosevelt's Owner Bryan Pasek loves taking pictures of visiting dogs. Photo Bryan Pasek.
  • Gracie Sue enjoys Society, too. Photo @gracie_sue_the_golden.
  • Cape Brewing Co Founder JC Cody poses with his dogs Millie and Lady. Photo Acrylic Asylum Art.
  • Bernese Mountain Dog Lady relaxes on the cool floor at Cape Brewing Co. Photo Acrylic Asylum Art.
  • Cape Brewing Co Founder JC Cody poses with his dogs Millie and Lady. Photo Acrylic Asylum Art.
  • Enjoy a enjoy an egg chair for 2 at Pub W. Photo @bearthelab_.