1900 NE. Marshall St. • 612-788-9069 • www.psychosuzis.com
Dogs are allowed on the lower patio, and often get served water before their people counterparts. This is a good spot to gather with a large group of dogs and their owners. You may have to wait for a table, so make sure you can keep your pup occupied. (See Gluek Park, above.)
OTHER NORTHEAST OPTIONS
331 Club: 331 14th Av. NE., 612-331-1746 www.331.mn.
The Bulldog NE. (of course): 401 E. Hennepin Av., 612-378-2855, www.thebulldognortheast.com.
Red Stag Supperclub: 509 1st Av. NE., 612-767-7766, www.redstagsupperclub.com.
Punch Pizza: 201 E. Hennepin Av., 612-623.8114, www.punchpizza.com.
BUTCHER & THE BOAR
1121 Hennepin Av. S. • 612-238-8888 • www.butcherandtheboar.com
The beer garden out back is a wonderful drinking hole for anyone — and her dog. The tables are spaced so there’s plenty of room for your dog to maneuver around, and half of the patio is covered. In the colder months, the staff bring out space heaters and cover it fully. There’s a small garden near the parking lot where dogs can relieve themselves if needed.
1110 Nicollet Mall • 612-332-3908 • www.britspub.com
If you want to visit the bocce courts at Brit’s, your dog must be on his or her best behavior. When you play bocce, your dog must always be attended by someone in your group. If you can meet these requirements, Brit’s makes a fun and unexpected dog date.
TOAST WINE BAR AND CAFe
415 N. 1st St. • 612-333-4305 • www.toastwinebarandcafe.com
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