Who Let the Dogs Out: 8 Bars Where You Can Drink With Rover in Baltimore
Two years ago, Maryland put it in writing that our furriest of friends could join us for a drink at a sidewalk cafe. So grab the leash and take your canine companion to get a happy hour drink at one of these locales that welcome Fido with open arms, a water dish and even a doggie treat.
City Cafe: If you find yourself with pooch in hand and are in need of a drink break, there's a good chance you can snag a spot at this Mount Vernon hang with plenty of outdoor seating (1001 Cathedral St.; 410-539-4252).
James Joyce: After your harborside walk with your furry friend, rest assured that you can get a beverage for both of you at this Harbor East Irish pub with ample outdoor seating (616 S. President St.; 410-727-5107).
Kooper’s Tavern: Named after the proprietors' dog, Kooper, this Fells Point restaurant will rush to bring you and your pooch a beverage if you sit outdoors (1702 Thames St.; 410-563-5423).
Looney’s: Dogs are greeted with bowls of water at this Canton sports bar, and there's enough space for you to not worry about them cuddling up to the neighboring table (2900 O'Donnell St.; 410-675-9235).
Mama’s on the Half Shell: When the sun is beating, the mist surrounding the outdoor seating is the perfect cool down for both you and your canine best friend (2901 O'Donnell St.; 410-276-3160).
Saute: Wear your dog out at the Canton dog park on Sunday morning, then walk down for a boozy brunch while he or she naps in the sunshine (2844 Hudson St.; 410-327-2883).
The Point: Ask about the dog-specific menu while you check out the all-you-can-drink brunch list at this Fells Point bar and restaurant (1738 Thames St.; 410-327-7264).
V-NO: Bring your pooch on a leash to grab a glass of wine (or two) at this Fells Point wine bar with a plethora of bottles to choose from (905 S. Ann St.; 410-342-8466).