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Spring is here, which means more patio time. We all know that no one loves fun in the sun more than your pup, so grab that leash and head on out to one of these seven pet-friendly spots to enjoy great eats and tasty drinks with your canine companion.


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Social Deck + Dining

405-602-8705

1933 NW 23rd St.

www.socialdeckanddining.com

Take one bite of Social’s signature blueberry donuts, and you’ll be in love, but the stylish and friendly atmosphere will keep you coming back. Social offers a unique menu of locally-sourced cuisine and boasts two outdoor dining decks for you and your canine companion to enjoy. For something unique try the short rib risotto, which is braised beef short ribs served over creamy parmesan risotto topped with red wine demi-glaze and served with a side of grilled asparagus.







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The Hall’s Pizza Kitchen

405-600-1991

1004 N Hudson Ave. Suite #106

www.thehallskitchen.com

This food truck which became a brick and mortar concept serves some of the best wood-fired pizzas in town and they have a fantastic patio for you and your pup to frequent on these cool spring afternoons. Start your trip with the Indecisive — a trio of their best appetizers — then follow it up with the Sunday Lunch, a delicious pie of smoked brisket, roasted potatoes, charred onions and jalapeños topped with a garlic cream reduction, mozzarella, and parmigiana Reggiano.





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The Pump Bar

405-702-8898

2425 N Walker Ave.

www.pumpbar.net

The Pump Bar is already one of the city’s most popular spots to hang out, as evidenced by its recent OKG Best of OKC win, but it’s a great spot for your pets to meet up too. Their patio warmly welcomes dogs and cats and their extensive selection of craft beer and cocktails has something to keep every human happy. Try the fried flatbread tacos paired with the Kahiki Kai cocktail, a Gazette staff favorite.



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Power House

405-702-0699

1228 SW 2nd St.

www.powerhouseokc.com

Take your pup on a stroll through the historic farmers market and stop into the Power House for a handcrafted cocktail and something tasty while your dog enjoys the spacious patio. While they offer a small menu of seasonal items, their famous chile pork verde is available year-round and is by itself worth a trip. Balance out the heat with a sweet cocktail like the Beekeeper, a tasty mix of Anthem Arjuna Wit, Barenjager, and lemon.




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Hopscotch OKC

405-286-4246

10909 N. May Ave.

www.Hopscotchokc.com

Embrace your inner child and enjoy a day with your dog at Hopscotch, a concept designed with fun in mind. Their pet-friendly patio offers games and entertainment for the whole family. The menu is filled with all-American favorites including steaks, sandwiches, salads, and wings. Split their delicious monster-sized French dip with a friend and enjoy bottomless hand-cut fries with your sammie.



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Stray Dog Cafe

405-470-3747

6722 NW 39th Expy

www.facebook.com/straydogcafe

You won’t really find any stray dogs here though you’re welcome to bring your own. The Stray Dog offers authentic home cooked favorites made to order, with rotating daily specials like fried catfish, meatloaf, and shrimp and cheese grits. End your visit with a slice of blueberry pie, which is heaven in your mouth. If blueberry’s not your thing, they’ve got a variety of flavors baked fresh daily.


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The Other Room

405-602-2002

3007 Paseo Dr.

www.picassosonpaseo.com/about-other-room

A Paseo staple for more than a decade, TOR is fondly known for incredible cocktails, all-day half-price appetizers, and their $6 pretzel pizzas. A favorite among dog owners for their welcoming staff, enclosed patio and pet-friendly accommodations. Snag yourself a free hotdog on Weiner Wednesday and check out the Bone Appetit menu for great options for your pup like ground beef stew, chicken risotto, and a puppicino (of course).

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