5 Dog-Friendly Restaurants In The Treasure Valley

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Boise has always been a very dog-friendly city! And although dogs are not allowed inside restaurants, there are plenty of very dog-friendly patients across the Treasure Valley. We went on the hunt to find our favorites since we are paw-ssionate about dogs! 

Here are our top 5 dog-friendly restaurants:

The Lift

This lowkey and chill restaurant off State St. has a great-sized covered patio! The staff are sweet and accommodating and even provided our pup with a water bowl.  Their food and drinks are great, and they can host large parties of people! Your dogs will love hanging out at this fun local spot.

Photo from The Lift Facebook

Highlands Hollow

At the foot of Bogus Basin road, this spot is great to end a long hike in the foothills with a burger and a beer with your pup on their patio! They have amazing service, menu, and more! Highlands Hollow’s amazing staff brought our pups some water to enjoy as well! They are Boise’s oldest microbrewery, and their handcrafted beer will have you craving more.

Photo from Highlands Hollow Facebook

Eight Thirty Common

If you are looking for a more elevated experience, Eight Thirty Common in Meridian is for you! Your pups will love hanging out at this fun gastropub! Join them for brunch on the weekends or daily for lunch and dinner. Their patio is perfect for enjoying a day with friends and your doggos!

Photo from BSR

 Boise Fry Company Nampa

A local gem! We all love the Boise Fry Company’s across the Valley, but the one in Nampa has a rooftop patio! With gorgeous views, you and your woofer are happily welcome to enjoy some of Idaho’s best fries! They are located in the heart of Nampa’s downtown, so perfect access for a lovely day with you and your best friend.

Photo from Trip Advisor

Wyld Child/ Push&Pour/The STIL on Latah

This new local spot is the paw-fect place to take your friends, family, and dogs! With a huge open space with picnic benches, you can enjoy the new local restaurant, Wyld Child, owned by the local owners of Wylder, delicious coffee and food from Push and Pour, AND ice cream and booze from one of our favorite local spots, The STIL. They have water bowls, and the STIL has special dog treats for all your beloved pups. 

Photo by Jen Wulf- Google Reviews

Now get your furry best friends out of the house to enjoy the best of what the Treasure Valley has to offer! And tell your dog I say hi!

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