10 Dog-Friendly Yards in the Columbus Area


Forget the dog park, take your dog to the pub!

Whether the summer is really underway can still be debated. But the courtyard season doesn’t have to wait for the solstice.

Those who want to join in on their backyard playtime without leaving their dog can check out these dog-friendly patios in and near Columbus.

more than: Enjoy the best beer and snacks at Columbus’ best patios.

Brewdog Franklinton

You and your pup can enjoy the bonfire and take in the view on the BrewDog Franklinton beer garden.

Beer, burgers, bark. All three dog lovers can take their dogs to the patio or upstairs at Franklinton’s favorite restaurant. located at 463 W. Town St. The patio has five long tables. and upstairs there are more than double tables and a bar. Guests on both floors can enjoy the evening breeze by the stone fireplace.

have bean, have liquor

At 231 E. 1st Ave., everyone on the six-table patio gets food. dogs can expect “Puppy Cups” – filled with whipped cream and free Growlers bones. Those looking to get energized through caffeine can enjoy a signature espresso drink of the day. And those looking for an energetic booze can enjoy draft beer at night. Those looking for both can opt for an espresso martini or Irish coffee.

Groan Biergarten

Located at 734 Oak St., this Old Towne East has German favorites like schnitzel and wurst, as well as beers to suit every taste. Lovers of smooth hops also have time to try Helhest Leichtbeir, a spring specialty. The dog-friendly outdoor seating at the north end of the restaurant has 16 wooden tables.

Oddfellows Bar

A sketch showing what the Oddfellows beer garden should look like when completed.

A sketch showing what the Oddfellows beer garden should look like when completed.

Think dogs enjoyed a High Street staple before? Wait a minute. Soon there will be a giant outdoor wooden beer garden. It will be right next to Mikey’s Late Night Slice pizza truck.

Old Dog Alehouse and Brewery

The Old Dog Alehouse & Brewery at 13 W William St. in Delaware has one of the best patios in town. And, of course, it’s dog-friendly. Find a seat on the patio of the restaurant and brewery, which has tables and chairs with parasols to enjoy a beer. wine and cocktails Including a variety of foods Including entrees and shareable items. with the sights and sounds of Delaware


Parsons North Brewing Company

Good boys and girls even organize their own events at this place. There is a wide selection of beers on tap or on the go. and hosts a daily food truck. Located at 685 Parsons Ave., Parsons North hosts a monthly “Pups on the Patio” event if weather permits. The backyard area can accommodate about 20 picnic tables.

Seventh Son Brewing Company

Outside Seventh Son Brewing Co.

Outside Seventh Son Brewing Co.

Dog lovers can unite with grub connoisseurs and nature lovers here. More than a dozen wooden tables line N 4th Street, a selection of trees and benches in the Seventh Son courtyard, where food trucks rotate daily.

Spirs Social Brewing Co.

Overview of Spirs Social Brewing Co. on Thursday May 14, 2020.

Overview of Spirs Social Brewing Co. on Thursday May 14, 2020.

The Polaris Spiers Social Brewing Co. hotspot has an industrial bathroom. full bar and a patio for dogs that overlooks the pond. Sip Craft Beer and Seltzer Over a dozen house-made cocktails or wines Or schedule time to brew your own beer. The brewery also hosts live music.

town hall

TownHall’s Columbus location, located at 792 N High St., features a non-GMO menu and a garden-decorated patio that can accommodate about 70 people. such as the “Keto Powerhouse” smoothie, or indulge in cocktails like the “Dad Bod” with Maker’s Mark, Skrewball, cocoa, and vegan vanilla ice cream.

16 bit bar + arcade

Take your furry friend on a memory lane. For those who buy drinks Whether it’s cocktails, beer, wine or mocktails, play retro games like Galaga and Ms. Pac-Man for free at this arcade. Dogs are welcome both in the courtyard and inside at 16-Bit located at 254 S 4th St.

Columbus Dispatch reporter Taijuan Moorman contributed to this story.

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This article originally appeared on The Columbus Dispatch: Ten Yards in and Around Columbus That Welcome Dogs.

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