3 Dog-Friendly Bars in Chicago
Hey there, jet setters! It’s time to visit the Windy City! If you’re searching for a dog-friendly bar in Chicago, then look no further!
The Four Treys Bar has been featured in “Chicago Land Tails” and was voted Chicago’s most pet-friendly bar. Stop in for cheap drinks and karaoke for you and a bowl of water and some nose bonking for your pooch.
Dogs are always welcome to lounge in Bucktown Pub’s beer garden. If you check out its Facebook page, you’ll find plenty of happy, furry faces inviting you to join them. The bar only has two rules: Dogs must be leashed at all times and dogs must vacate the pub at 8 p.m. nightly.
Located in the heart of Lincoln Avenue, this dog-friendly bar offers free popcorn for pet parents and has hosted several music legends, such as Willie Dixon and Son Seals.
Before you bring your dog to a bar or restaurant, be sure to read our 5 Tips for Dining Out With Your Dog. Here are some of the additional rules you’ll need to follow in the Windy City, according to cityofchicago.org:
Dogs are only permitted in outdoor areas that are accessible from the street.
Dogs are not allowed to walk through or stay inside any indoor portion of the dining establishment or in any area where food is prepared, with the exception of service animals.
Dogs must be kept on leash at all times.
Dogs must wear a rabies vaccination tag or you must carry other proof of a rabies vaccination.
Dogs cannot be served any food, only water.
Restaurant employees cannot touch the dogs.