Dog-friendly restaurants in Orlando that will delight your date (2023)

Dog-friendly restaurants in Orlando that will delight your date (1)

Heading to a date night but want to bring your dog? There are plenty of dog-friendly restaurants in Orlando for couples who are happy to opt for a furry third wheel. Let's break down Orlando, district by district, with all the places to take your dog on a date night.

Originally written by Samantha Rosenthal, updated May 2022 by Meghan Roth


This small neighborhood is right on the edge of downtown Orlando, bordered by Leu Gardens to the west and Blue Jacket Park to the east. It's known for its vintage craft shops, unique restaurants, community-focused bars, and other amazing local amenities.

Ice cream, antiques, vinyl, and craft beer rule the Garden District, and many of these are pet-friendly date options too.

Audubon Community Market
1842 E. WinterparkstraĂźe
Orlando, FL 32803
The Audubon Community Market takes place every Monday at 6:00 p.m. M. to 9 p.m. M. in the Stardust/Shag'd lot or in the Stardust if it's raining. Vendors range from local food farmers and gardeners selling their groceries to locals selling their handmade soaps and jewellery. The event is pet-friendly: someone even brought a pig to the community market once.

Sushi Lola´s
2902 Corrine Drive
Orlando, FL 32803
A local Japanese and Korean restaurant offering a variety of sushi options, bento boxes, and noodle dishes (like ramen). They also have fried green tea ice cream which is definitely worth trying (also available without frying). Dogs are allowed outside but not inside the property.

Redlight Redlight Brewery
2810 Corrine Drive
Orlando, FL 32803
Since 2005, Redlight Redlight has been one of Orlando's top craft beer spots. Redlight Redlight moved to its current location on Corrine Drive in 2012 and features 26 rotating shooters, more than 250 bottled beer selections and hosts special events to keep customers coming back year round. In 2014 they opened a small brewing facility which is located on the second floor of the bar. They even offer their Redlight Redlight Citizenship & Educational Course, which allows bar-goers who aren't that familiar with craft beer to learn more about the different types of craft beer and how they taste. Dogs, provided they are not too big, are allowed inside and outside the property. Dogs must be kept on a leash.

Bicycles, beans and Bordeaux
3022 Corrine Drive
Orlando, FL 32803
Bikes, Beans & Bordeaux, or better known as B3 Cafe, was founded and owned by two UCF graduates who are active members of the local cycling community. The store promotes a healthy and active lifestyle with weekly running and cycling groups that meet at the cafe on Mondays, along with Curtis Earth Trivia. Dogs are allowed on the outside terrace.

Market at Ostend
3201 Corrine Drive
Orlando, FL 32803
This neighborhood market serves as a growing hub for local farmers, food artisans, and artisans. Merchants who call the East End Market home includeGideon's Bakery,freehand goods,jThe neighbor bar. Many people bring their dogs to the yard and garden, but they are not allowed to go to the market.

Dog-friendly restaurants in Orlando that will delight your date (2)

Stardust and coffee video
WinterparkstraĂźe 1842
Orlando, FL 32803
Stardust is a place that has a rich history with Orlando dating back to the 1970's. It has the best of all worlds: food, drinks, entertainment and much more. Any night of the week there may be a poetry reading, or a live band, or a comedy night, or a burlesque show. Dogs are allowed on the outside terrace.

(Video) 15 Celebrities You Didn't Know Were Gay!

The Salty (donut)
3025 Corrine Drive
Orlando, FL 32803
The Salty is a family-owned artisan donut shop that focuses on artisan donuts in small batches that change seasonally. Its location in Audubon Park has a great outdoor space making it a perfect place to bring your dog.

Lobos coffee roaster
3000 Corrine Drive
Orlando, FL 32803
Located in the center of Audubon Park, this specialty coffee roaster is dedicated to sourcing delicious coffee from around the world. In addition to a variety of coffee preparations, they also serve small bites, beer and wine. The large outdoor deck is dog friendly.


This local neighborhood near the Orlando Fashion Square Mall occupies the site of the former Naval Training Center (NTC) main base. Baldwin Park is one of Orlando's ultra chic places to live, eat and play. It was designed as a livable and walkable neighborhood where restaurants, grocery stores, retail outlets and more are within a five to 10 minute walk. Built on the site of a former naval training center, the neighborhood is now filled with many housing options, schools, parks, shopping and more.

With cool sea breezes in almost every spot that has outdoor seating, Baldwin Park offers many date night options, many of which are pet-friendly.

the osprey
4899 New Broad Street
Orlando, FL 32814
The Osprey offers a menu of modern coastal cuisine designed to highlight the bounty of sustainable Florida seafood. Open for happy hour, dinner and brunch, The Osprey has something for everyone. Their outdoor seating is dog friendly.

Dog-friendly restaurants in Orlando that will delight your date (3)

4898 New Broad Street
Orlando, FL 32814
Award-winning sushi AND chefs make Seito Sushi the go-to place for sushi. The menu features sushi and ramen, as well as a wide selection for happy hour. The corner location offers plenty of outdoor seating for you and your furry family.

4982 New Broad Street
Orlando, FL 32814
With 15 flavors of wing sauce, it's a sports-themed restaurant that's a great place to catch a soccer game or other sports game. Dogs are allowed on the patio, and this is the case at many Gators Dockside locations in Central Florida.

the beautiful moon
4886 New Broad Street
Orlando, FL 32814
This family run Italian restaurant has some of the best pizza in Orlando, and it has the credentials to back it up! Their New York-style pizza has been voted "Best Pizza in Town" by the Orlando Sentinel for many years. All other Italian classics such as bruschetta and tiramisu are also on the menu. Dogs are allowed in the outdoor dining area.

Related:The locals' favorite places for pizza

Hummingbird Mexican Cuisine
4963 New Broad Street
Orlando, FL 32814
With incredible drink specials every day of the week like margaritas, beer or sangria, this Mexican restaurant is the place to go for great happy hour drinks and a good meal. The menu features traditional Mexican fare like flautas, tostadas, enchiladas, and ceviche. You can bring your dog to sit on the patio, which is a great option for a date as the restaurant overlooks Lake Baldwin.

tactics brewery company
4882 Neue Broad Street,
Orlando, FL 32814
one of the most creativeOrlando Breweries, Tactical Brewing has cool decor and unique craft beers. Practically every night of the week there is an event such as bingo or trivia. And most weekends mean a beer launch party. Its small but comfortable outdoor seating is dog-friendly.

(Video) Tacko makes SHAQ look SMALL!đź‘€ #shorts


Just west of Interstate 4, College Park is one of Orlando's oldest neighborhoods. Over the years, a modern, sometimes retro, facelift has brought this neighborhood back to life. With Edgewater Drive as the neighborhood's main thoroughfare and thoroughfare, everything is just a few blocks from each other. It combines an urban vibe with a small town vibe.

A large presence of art, real estate, and restaurants with many merchants affiliated with these industries make College Park a great destination. Many of the entertainment venues and restaurants in the area allow you to bring your dog with you.

The premises
3231 Edgewater drive
Orlando, FL 32804
This laid-back local spot offers burgers, wings, and American pub grub, as well as a pool table and loads of sports on TV. There's live music at the Sunset Patio, which is also dog-friendly.

Coffee cups and puppies
1307 Edgewater Dr,
Orlando, FL 32804
One of the few places on our list that welcomes your pup, Cups and Pups Coffee is a favorite with College Park residents.

Taco Palace by PR
717 West Smith Street
Orlando, FL 32804
Known for its "Fajita Friday" special, this local Tex-Mex restaurant offers a casual menu and full-service bar. Bring your dog and sit outside or join the locals at a table or at the bar.

Ollie's Inn
3400 Edgewater drive
Orlando, FL 32804
Ollie's offers a casual restaurant and bar atmosphere with live music several nights a month. This bar is known for its drink selection: cocktails, draft beer, "dirty" shots, wine and their "$2 Yuenglings all day, every day". Dogs are allowed in the yard but must be kept on a leash.

El Tap Room und Dubsdread
549 West Par Street
Orlando, FL 32804
The Tap Room has a rich history. When the golf course opened in 1924, it became the golf course of reference for the military stationed in Orlando. Nowadays you can play on the putting green or simply have lunch in the Tap Room. From brunch to lunch to late night, Tap Room serves it all. Dogs are allowed on the outside terrace near the golf course, giving you a great view of Dubsdread's putting green.

American coffee shaker
1308 Edgewater Drive
Orlando, FL 32804
With a changing daily special, this small restaurant has all the ingredients for breakfast and lunch. They serve homemade specialties like salads, soups, sandwiches and even quiches. There are three tables outside where couples can bring their dogs and they even provide bowls of water for your thirsty pooch.

Tee der Infusion
1600 Edgewater drive
Orlando, FL 32804
This is such a wonderful tea house in Orlando! They offer every type of variety you can imagine including a wide range of black teas, oolongs, craft teas, green teas, mates, red teas, white teas and herbs. In addition, healthy food is served so you can enjoy a relaxing meal. Dogs are welcome outside.

Dog-friendly restaurants in Orlando that will delight your date (4)

graffiti intersection
2401 Edgewater Drive
Orlando, FL 32804
If you're looking for a burger that will fill you up, Graffiti Junction is the place to go. With locations across Orlando, the burger options will have your mouth watering. They also offer drink and food specials every day, like their bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys on Saturdays and Sundays. Dogs are allowed outside.


Take your dog for a walk around Lake Eola, then slip into one of these dog-friendly spots in the center of town.

(Video) Lake Eola Park Farmers Market in Orlando. Food, music, art and so much more!

Before we look at the dog-friendly restaurants in downtown Orlando, let us say a warm welcomePub Dogs Orlando. The original location of this pub inTampaIt was the talk of the town and we are very excited about the location in Orlando. It's a sports bar vibe where the pups are the star players. All puppies must be up to date on rabies and parvovirus vaccinations and be spayed or spayed if over a year old!

Pub Dogs Orlandois located on Orange Avenue in downtown Orlando near Robinson. One thing missing is a menu but they plan to have local food trucks on a regular basis.

Dog-friendly restaurants in Orlando that will delight your date (5)

relaxed barbecue
211 Eola Parkway
Orlando, FL 32801
With the beauty of beautiful Lake Eola and a menu to appeal to all, Relax Grill is the perfect place to spend a lazy afternoon al fresco in The City Beautiful. Take advantage of the happy hour specials and enjoy a beautiful sunset view with your pup on the large covered deck right on the water.

Persimmon Hollow Brewing Co.
227N Eola drive
Orlando, FL 32801
On the corner of Eola Dr. and Robinson, Persimmon Hollow Brewing Co. offers a wide selection of local beers and a full menu. Plenty of outdoor seating means you can bring your pup with you. They bring your pup a fresh bowl of water and you can even order homemade cakes and cookies for them.

Can and tacos
40 West Washington Street
Orlando, FL 32801
Trendy, casual spot for tacos and craft beer, known for its creative take on Mexican street food and a wide selection of hand-picked craft beers. Dogs are allowed in the yard.

Related:Taco spots that will impress your date

beer world
431 E. Central Blvd., Ste B
Orlando, FL 32801
Enjoy the view of Lake Eola while sipping your favorite beer, 50 on tap and more in the cooler, and watch the local sports teams play. Puppies are allowed in their large yard.

Kres Restaurant
KirchenstraĂźe 17 West
Orlando, FL 32801
This little gem of a downtown Orlando restaurant is not only super stylish and award-winning, it's also dog-friendly. The concept behind Kres Chophouse is a steakhouse that is modern and creative in its gastronomy, yet honors culinary classics. They offer some of the best surf and turf options in Orlando and are housed in a building that still retains its 1930's architecture. There are two outside tables that allow dogs.

artisan table
22 E. Pine Street
Orlando, FL 32801
This restaurant serves American fare for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, with an emphasis on fresh ingredients. The name says it all: it emphasizes the “craftsmanship” factor. With a farm-to-table menu, the menu is always changing and seasonal. The decor in the living and dining room includes handcrafted furniture and artwork by local artists, continuing the "craftsman" concept to where you sit. Outside there are two high ceilings for three people where you can sit with your dog and the staff provide them with water too.

Burgerladen Mary's Bar & Grille
Church Street stop
KirchenstraĂźe 10 West
Orlando, FL 32801
As one of the liveliest spots in Orlando, your dining experience at Hamburg's Mary's Bar & Grille is always great. This no-frills restaurant hosts a variety of themed nights throughout the week, from dirty bingo to trivia to Sunday brunch. And on top of their entertainment, they have one of the best burgers in Orlando. Dogs are allowed on the outside terrace.

graffiti intersection
Westkirchstr. 54
Orlando, FL 32801
With locations throughout Orlando, Graffiti's Casual Dining is a fun spot for a laid-back date. They also offer daily drink and food specials. Dogs are allowed in the outdoor seating area which is large at this location and conveniently located on Church Street.

(Video) The 13 Worst Pet Foods


the brass tap
781 Sendero N. Alafaya
Orlando, FL 32828
The Brass Tap offers more than 150 craft beers from around the world in a relaxed and upscale neighborhood atmosphere. Every month you will find daily specials, live entertainment and unique events. Dogs are allowed on the outdoor patio shared with the restaurant next door. There is a second Brass Tap location in Mills Park near Mills 50.

4100 N. Alafaya Path
Orlando, FL 32826
BURGERFI is a burger shop that everyone will enjoy because there is a burger for every taste. What's the secret behind your amazing burgers? BURGERFI sauce. This sauce uses fresh ingredients along with its burgers to create gourmet burgers. Dogs are allowed on the outside terrace.

smash Mond
11551 University Blvd.
Orlando, FL 32817
No other restaurant represents the UCF name more than Lazy Moon. It's not just a place to buy reasonably priced pizza - the pizza is HUGE. Once my friend and I got a cake and had leftovers for almost two days. Lazy Moon has all of the regular pizza options and also has their "Boxcar Willy" deal, which is a slice of cheese pizza and a can of PBR for less than $5. Dogs are allowed outside and the staff will bring a water bowl for your furry friend.

Related:Dog friendly hotels in Orlando

Mills 50/Ivanhoe-Dorf

Take a stroll on Orlando's indie side. Its bohemian, authentic, appetizing and cycling side: the culturally informal side that brings together art museums and retro shops. Mills 50 and Ivanhoe Village are full of dog-friendly restaurants. Lucky visitors enjoy the happiest hours gazing at neon sunsets that set off distant rush hour traffic. Luckily, the lines between antique shops and vineyard tastings are blurring.

Burger Plantees
1030 N Mills Avenue
Orlando, FL 32803
This newly opened burger joint is a 100% plant-based concept offering burgers, fries and shakes. Plantees has partnered with Impossible Meats to deliver burgers on demand. They have a great outdoor space. It's one of the most dog-friendly restaurants in Orlando.

The pounded lamb
1235 N. Orange Avenue
Orlando, FL 32804
Located across from beautiful Lake Ivanhoe, The Hammered Lamb is a friendly neighborhood pub in the up-and-coming Main Street area of ​​Ivanhoe Village. Plenty of outdoor seating and a fully stocked outdoor bar mean you can enjoy al fresco brunch with your dog by your side.

Floyd Pig
1326 N. Mills Avenue
Orlando, FL 32803
The brainchild of Thomas Ward, former owner of the Treehouse Food Truck, Pig Floyd's is a quick-serve grill restaurant, but there's a little more to it than that. In the open kitchen, the chefs prepare heavy sandwiches and tacos with all sorts of taste surprises from countries like India, China and Mexico. Dogs are allowed on the newly extended covered terrace.

Dog-friendly restaurants in Orlando that will delight your date (6)

The courtyard lounge
Calle Alden 1412
Orlando, FL 32803
The Hall on the Yard is a collection of 9 distinct culinary offerings, 5 curated event spaces and 3 premium cocktail bars presented in an eclectic building. The hall has plenty of indoor and outdoor seating, so you can bring your favorite dog.

knotty barley
1407 N.Orange Avenue
Orlando, FL 32804
Recently relocated to Ivanhoe Village, Gnarley Barley is a compact, no-frills sandwich joint with a wide selection of craft beers and frequent specials. Grab a seat on your outdoor patio overlooking Lake Ivanhoe for a great view of the sunset over downtown Orlando with your dog.

Still hungry? Here are some other great restaurants in Orlando:

(Video) Planning your Walt Disney World & Florida holiday - Planning tips, parks, itinerary

  • Kid friendly restaurants in Orlando with playgrounds and play areas
  • Cookout Guide: 75+ Places to Eat Alfresco in Orlando


1. Trying 24 Of The Most Popular Menu Items At Blake Shelton's Ole Red | Delish
2. {{ LIVE }} Coronavirus Pandemic- OUT OF CONTROL! Real Time Counter, World Map, News, Stats
3. Ranking EVERY SINGLE EPCOT Restaurant
4. seeing wife face for first time #shorts
5. Mother Sets Up Hidden Camera, Catches Her Husband In An Act That’s Swept The Whole World
(Viral Stories)
6. Meat Loaf - Paradise By The Dashboard Light
(Meat Loaf)


Top Articles
Latest Posts
Article information

Author: Nathanial Hackett

Last Updated: 18/08/2023

Views: 6499

Rating: 4.1 / 5 (52 voted)

Reviews: 91% of readers found this page helpful

Author information

Name: Nathanial Hackett

Birthday: 1997-10-09

Address: Apt. 935 264 Abshire Canyon, South Nerissachester, NM 01800

Phone: +9752624861224

Job: Forward Technology Assistant

Hobby: Listening to music, Shopping, Vacation, Baton twirling, Flower arranging, Blacksmithing, Do it yourself

Introduction: My name is Nathanial Hackett, I am a lovely, curious, smiling, lively, thoughtful, courageous, lively person who loves writing and wants to share my knowledge and understanding with you.