The Best Dog-Friendly Restaurant Patios in St. Louis

The Bridge on Locust. | Jennifer Silverberg

Bridge Tap House and Wine Bar
(1004 Locust Street; 314-241-8141)

Many downtown restaurants allow dogs to hang out on the patio and provide water bowls, but the Bridge is one of our favorites. The patio isn't open just yet -- it hasn't been warm for very long, to be fair -- but if the weather stays this good, it could be open as early as the end of the week. When it is, dogs are always welcome.

Hello spring! | Tara Mahadevan

Remy's Kitchen and Wine Bar
(222 South Bemiston Avenue, Clayton; 314-726-5757)

As we recently learned, Remy's has a lot more to offer than just wine. The sidewalk tables are particularly pleasant in the afternoon. Get a grown-up cocktail after work in Clayton, and your dog will enjoy all the people-watching.

Family fun at Bogart's. | Jennifer Silverberg

Bogart's Smokehouse
(1627 South Ninth Street; 314-621-3107)

Bogart's is another great people-watching spot, and your dog will love the chance to sniff and smell everything and everyone walking by. Plus, he'll love you even more than he already does if you throw him any of your barbecue scraps.

Location Info

Wild Horse Grill

101 Chesterfield Towne Centre, Chesterfield, MO

Category: Restaurant


6101 Government Drive, St. Louis, MO

Category: Music

Bridge Tap House & Wine Bar

1004 Locust St., St. Louis, MO

Category: Music

Remy's Kitchen & Wine Bar

222 S. Bemiston Ave., Clayton, MO

Category: Music

Bogart's Smokehouse

1627 S. 9th St., St. Louis, MO

Category: Restaurant

Brasserie by Niche

4580 Laclede Ave., St. Louis, MO

Category: Restaurant

Three Kings Public House

6307 Delmar Blvd., University City, MO

Category: Music

Half & Half

8135 Maryland Ave., Clayton, MO

Category: Restaurant

Water Street Cafe and Cocktail Bar

7268 Manchester Road, Maplewood, MO

Category: Restaurant


603 E. Lockwood Ave., Webster Groves, MO

Category: Restaurant

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