Dogs of Summer: Patio Pups in Chicago

Updated June 20, 2017

Chicago's food laws may keep pups out of most drinking establishments during cold months, but when the sun comes out so do patio loving dogs!


Coffee and Lounging at Heritage Bicycles

A woman and her dog, and coffee. #TheoWaugh πŸΊβ˜•οΈ

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Both you and your dog can order from the walk up window at Red June Cafe in Bucktown

Dogs (and craft beers) are cool at Howells and Hood

Perhaps you've heard of this place with a nice outdoor patio called Big Star in Wicker Park?

Something for everyone at Jack and Ginger's

Smoke Daddy is also a family friendly option

This pic may be from last season but dogs (and Corgis) are always in style at Jackalope Coffee and Tea House

Puppies and Teddy Bears are allowed at Kirkwood Bar and Grill

RosΓ© all day #basic #ibroughtateddybeartothebar @sullivan0205

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Lottie's Pub recently had a 'pup crawl' to fundraise for 1fur1foundation

Pup crawl 🍻 @lottiespub #darty

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At Bagelers you can grab coffee, a bagel, and your golden

Two paws up for Tuman's Tap!

George Street Pub in Lincoln Park has dog friendly days and people friendly treats

Perch at Wise Owl

Dog friendly patio time. #latergram

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Pups big and small can hang at Saint Lou's Assembly in West Loop

Puppies and Biltwells go so well together @biltwell #puppies #puppiesofinstagram #bikerpups #chicago

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Last but certainly far from least is Parson's, a Logan Square neighborhood favorite


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West fest has pet fest

West Fest’s Pet Fest and Kid Fest are big draws. Kid Fest takes place on an adjacent street (Wolcott Street) within the fest site and offers quality children and family activities including pony rides, live family friendly music, local theatrical performances, family friendly vendors, games and more. The 2016 activities in the Kid Fest area will exclusively benefit local Talcott Fine Arts and Museum Academy. Pet Fest is an area within West Fest featuring pet related vendors and sponsors, dog activities such as obstacle courses, bathing pools, and mobile grooming for charity. 
β€œThe family and dog friendly atmosphere and activities are a great fit for the West Town neighborhood.” 

There is a $5 donation requested to attend West Fest. 15% of event proceeds benefit Talcott Fine Arts and Museum Academy and 85% of proceeds benefit the West Town Chamber of Commerce, a 501 C6 non-profit serving the community. 100% of Pet Fest activity proceeds benefit local animal shelters, and 100% of Kid Fest activity proceeds benefit Talcott. Please visit the website for more information:

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