Must Love Dogs

By Alison Bailin Batz, March 2018 Issue.

Whether it’s brunch, happy hour or any other time of the day really, we know our readers love the opportunity to wine and dine al fresco – and so do our beloved fur babies.

With spring in the air and our most loyal companions by our sides, we’ve rounded up the Valley’s most pooch-friendly patios, many with special seats, treats and play places especially for your pet. From salty dogs to hot dogs, we’ve got you – and your four-legged friends – covered (quite literally on these shady patios). Here they are in no particular order …

Koa enjoying an IPA at O.H.S.O. Photo credit: KJ Philp.


Widely regarded as the most dog-friendly drinking/dining destinations in the Valley, each O.H.S.O. location offers designated areas for dogs and their pet parents to play, as well as a special dog-focused area called the “barking bar,” which features water bowls and house-made dog treats all day, every day. In addition, charitable events are held monthly at each location to raise funds for local shelters.

4900 E. Indian School Road, Phoenix; 602-955-0358

15681 N. Hayden Road, Scottsdale; 480-948-3159

10810 N. Tatum Blvd., Phoenix; 602-900-9003

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