Want to give your four-legged pal a tail waggin’ good time in OKC? Look no further than these pawsitively dog-friendly restaurants and bars. Adventures are better with our best friends by our side!
The Pump Bar
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It’s rare to visit The Pump and not see at least one pup. Year-round, locals bring their fur babies to enjoy the come-as-you-are atmosphere of Uptown’s hangout hotspot. Here you’ll find a variety of local beers on tap, casual bar food and weekly specials. The signature cocktail menu features the likes of the Velvet Elvis, Black Betty, Haterade and Patio Pounder.
Paseo Arts District
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Known for its monthly menu rotations and vegan/vegetarian mainstays, Picasso even has doggie dining options! There’s ground beef stew, chicken risotto with peas and parmesan, vanilla ice cream with blueberries and peanut butter and puppicinos available. Guests are welcome to enjoy the patio at the front of the restaurant or venture to The Other Room, a separate bar area with an outdoor patio that serves the same menu at Picasso Café.
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When playing at Scissortail Park works up an appetite, head to Spark for a burger, fries (add pink sauce!) and a delicious milkshake. You can even get something for your four-legged friend – a puppicino topped with a Milk Bone biscuit.
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A few steps away, you’ll find Social Capital with a spacious second-story bar area overlooking Scissortail Park. Featuring over 110 mostly local, all-craft draft beers, wine, cocktails and delicious food, a stop at Social Capital is the perfect way to end a day of fun at the park.
Empire Slice House
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The Plaza District is a safe bet for pet-friendly spaces, whether it’s The Mule, Roxy’s Ice Cream Social or Empire Slice House. At the latter, you’ll find inventive slices of NY-style pizza, salads, meatballs and loaded garlic knots. Wash it down with one of the local beers on tap or a craft cocktail.
Classen Ten Penn
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The spacious covered patio area at Good Times is perfect for gathering with friends both canine and human. True to its name, this casual hangout spot serves up items like smoked gouda mac, crunchwraps and loaded queso. Don’t forget to try a signature cocktail or juice pouch. Let us know if you have a Belvie spotting, Good Times’ resident cat.
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At Fassler Hall, you can combine your love for your dog with your love of beer. With an impressive collection of German/Euro drafts and local brews, guests are sure to find one that suits their taste. Pair that with one of Fassler’s famous sausages, pretzels or schnitzels.
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Take your love for your pet to new heights on Guyutes’ rooftop patio! Local brews, innovative creations and good tunes – you can’t go wrong! Music is the lifeblood of this Uptown hangout with items like the Ring of Fire pizza, Wu Plantang wrap and The Return of the Mac.
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