Dog-Friendly Spots in Atlanta

More and more Atlanta businesses are catching on to the fact that a lot folks don't like leaving their furry friends behind. Take a look at these at these unique spots where dogs are allowed.
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June 17, 2015
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Bark in the Park at Turner Field

Twice a year Braves fans are allowed to take their four-legged friends out to the ballgame. Bark in the Park participants and owners enjoy themselves during the game against the Houston Astros on May 2, 2010. The Braves won 7-1 and everyone howled with happiness.

Bark in the Park at Turner Field

The upper pavilion is converted into a doggie wonderland with treats, pools and yes, baseball. Every pooch gets a stylish Atlanta Braves leash.

Mutts & Martinis at W Hotel

Taking place at the trendy Living Room Patio in the W Hotel Midtown is the yearly spring event known as Mutts & Martinis. Beautiful people and their adorable dogs can head over for Salty Dog martinis and canine treats.

Loews Hotel Atlanta

This posh pet-friendly establishment hosts pets in the cocktail lounge all year long and has many special holiday events, like a Halloween pup crawl. You may also see a dog in a green vest trotting around the hotel. These dogs are in training as part of a program called Canine Assistants and will eventually go on to be companion dogs. 


There are retail stores, nice air conditioned ones, that allow you to shop with your pet, including EcoDenizen in Midtown. Not only was Fritzy allowed to bring her new pal Peaches into the eco-friendly home goods store, but she was also given a treat.

Empire State South

Empire State South is one of the restaurants we love that allow our furry friends to dine along with us. Peaches and her person enjoy craft cocktails and bocce ball at the Midtown eatery, Empire State South. Furry friends are welcome on the patio all year long.

West Elm at Atlantic Station

We love leashing up our best friends for some power shopping at the West Elm at Atlantic Station in Midtown. They host a cocktail hour for two and four-legged patrons benefitting the Atlanta Humane Society. 

Little Kings Shuffle Club

If you find yourself stepping out in Athens, our sister city to the east, dogs with proper I.D. are welcome at Little Kings Shuffle Club and the Manhattan, both in downtown Athens. Fritzy is pictured here with Suzanne Green during AthFest.

Glenwood Park

The Glenwood Park neighborhood of East Atlanta is quite popular amongst the four-legged set. Local eateries such as Vickery's, Shed and Drip keep plenty of fresh water out on the sidewalk.

Piedmont Park

Leashed dogs are allowed in Midtown's Piedmont Park and can free-range at the three-acre dog park. There's plenty of housing nearby, making the neighborhood a good choice for dog lovers.

Piedmont Park Pool

At the end of the summer, our four-legged best friends take over the Piedmont Park pool for the afternoon.

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