5 Tasty Fort Worth Restaurants You Can Take Your Dog To!
With the weather warming up, local patios are starting to fill with more than just a few hungry humans. Make sure your entire family, including your dog, can enjoy the good weather this spring. These Fort Worth foodie favorites are ready to welcome you and your pup, so don’t forget to bring along your furry best friend when you are trying out these local restaurants! We know your furry family will want to check out these patios!
Most of this Trinity River restaurant acts as an extensive patio with picnic tables and lawn furniture. Sit under one of their orange umbrellas and enjoy a locally brewed beer. And with an order of rustic Texas barbeque, you will feel right at home with their smoky flavors. You can also order your dog some tasty treats from their separate dog-friendly menu.
3201 Riverfront Dr
The Ginger Man
Speaking of premium beers, The Ginger Man is known for their wide selection of local brews. This spot brings together regulars for bar activities like darts, trivia and jumbo jenga. The Camp Bowie bar also plans live performances from local bands to provide their patrons with new music. Make sure your dog knows he is welcome to the next game night in their outdoor beer garden. This is a great place to get to know fellow Fort Worth dog lovers.
3716 Camp Bowie Blvd
Shaw’s Patio and Grill
This Near Southside restaurant started out as a one-room space and now has expanded into a multi-room venue including additional seating, a full bar and an outdoor patio. Their comfort food menu has an entire section for their different hot dog recipes. What would be a better place to enjoy great food with your favorite fluffy friend? Whether you are looking for a new brunch, lunch or dinner spot, check out Shaw’s Patio and Grill.
1051 W Magnolia Ave
There are no other Fort Worth hamburgers that can compare to Rodeo Goat’s wide selection. For the best burger in DFW, drive down to West 7th’s Rodeo Goat. You can enjoy this, and an order of their cheese fries – something you won’t want to miss, on their adjoining patio that takes up at least half of the restaurant’s space. And Rodeo Goat is all about dogs on their patio, so bring them along to join in on the fun.
1926 Market Center Blvd
Fort Worth Food Truck Park
If you don’t know what kind of food you are craving, but you want to enjoy the Fort Worth weather with your dog by your side, stop by the Fort Worth Food Truck Park. The area is near TCU and is easy to get to from campus, and it features different trucks every night. You can sit at one of the pavilion’s picnic tables and share your food with your furry friend.
2509 Weisenberger St