16 of Northwest Austin’s newest dog-friendly bars, coffee shops and restaurants

Red's Porch opened July 11 at 4200B Braker Lane, Austin. The restaurant's patio overlooks Quarry Lake.

Red's Porch opened July 11 at 4200B Braker Lane, Austin. The restaurant's patio overlooks Quarry Lake.

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Coffee Shark Espresso & Pints
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The Local Outpost Saloon
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Celis Brewery
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Summer Moon Coffee Bar
In 2017 and early 2018 over a dozen dog-friendly restaurants, bars, breweries and coffee shops opened in Northwest Austin, many with outdoor or patio seating.

Restaurants


1. Doc B’s Fresh Kitchen
3001 Palm Way, Ste. 120, Austin
512-672-8400
www.docbsfreshkitchen.com

2. Cyclone Anaya’s Tex-Mex Cantina
3120 Palm Way, Ste. 170, Austin
512-339-6277
www.catexmexcantina.com

3. Gringa’s Street Tacos
10025 Burnet Road, Austin
512-973-9909
www.gringasaustin.com

4. Hat Creek Burger Co.
3210 Esperanza Crossing, Ste. 100, Austin
512-838-6224
www.hatcreekburgers.com

5. Kabobzi’s Mediterranean Grill
11101 Burnet Road, Ste. A 130, Austin
512-350-2632
www.kabobzi.com

6. Panera Bread
13000 N. I-35, Bldg. 20, Austin
512-832-4110
www.panerabread.com

7. Red’s Porch
4200-B Braker Lane, Austin
512-236-5436
www.redsporch.com

8. Rock House Bar and Trailer Park
6900 N. RM 620, Austin
512-358-6885
www.rockhousebarandtrailerpark.com

9. Taverna
3120 Palm Way, Ste. 160, Austin
512-356-9384
www.tavernabylombardi.com

10. Toulouse Cafe & Bar
3120 Palm Way, Ste. 150, Austin
512-615-1070
www.toulousecafeandbar.com

11. Tio Loco Tex-Mex
11620 N. RM 620, Austin
512-792-9222
www.tiolocotexmex.com

12. Velvet Taco
11501 Rock Rose Ave., Ste. 160, Austin
512-704-8226
www.velvettaco.com

Bars, breweries and coffee shops


13. Celis Brewery
10001 Metric Blvd., Austin
512-524-2377
www.celisbeers.com

14. Coffee Shark Espresso & Pints
7300 RM 2222, Ste. 111, Austin
512-505-8051
www.coffeeshark.com

15. The Local Outpost Saloon
13201 Pond Springs Road, Ste. 208, Austin
512-394-6290
www.facebook.com/thelocaloutpost

16. Summermoon Coffee Bar
8300 N. RM 620, Ste. 300G, Austin
www.woodfiredcoffee.com

This list is not comprehensive.

 
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By Emma Whalen

Emma is Community Impact Newspaper's Houston City Hall reporter. Previously, she covered health care and public education in Austin.


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