Dog Friendly in LA/Pasadena Area
Try checking our dogfriendly.com. If you navigate down to California>Los Angeles> then either Hollywood-West LA, LA Beach Area, or Pasadena-East LA, they have a list of restaurants that allow dogs along with pet-friendly hotels and attractions in that area. I have taken my dogs to the Lazy Daisy and Zabies here in Santa Monica (allowed at the outdoor tables).
Almost every time I have stopped at Doughboy’s, or drove passed, I have noticed at least one dog at the tables out front. However, I stopped their last Friday for a bite of scrapple with dirtied eggs (and that great corn muffin) and while I was eating, two dogs began barking at each other. In the nick-of-time the owners pulled them away from each other just as they were about to have a bite themselves. I love my dog also but my fear is that too many people really do not spend the time with their dogs to properly train them but only wish to use them in public to attract someone and begin a discussion which may not be safe for the dogs. So I left my best friend home this time, had a greaqt breakfast and brought the small Hummingbird cake home to enjoy it with my dog nearby. If you go to Doughboy’s, and whether you bring your dog or not, you really must try the Hummingbird. As for the scrapple, well, it is really an east coast thing but Doughboy’s does pretty good and it may be enough food for two.....people.
8136 W Third St
Los Angeles, CA
I actually live in Sierra Madre and it is a very dog friendly town. owever, I have only seen dogs at the outside tables at The Only Place in Town, Lucky Baldwins, the coffee places BeanTown and Starbucks, Village Pizza and Sierra Madre Pizza. Both Cafe 322 and Nano's patios are sort of enclosed, and I have eaten at Corfu alot and never seen a dog at any of the outside tables. Call first. http://rantsnravesnreviews.blogspot.com
Piknic in Playa Del Rey loves dogs, I've taken mine there a few times, and I really like all their food. If you ask, they will bring a bowl of water for your little one. I hear Prana on Melrose Place is similarly welcoming but I haven't been there myself.
In general, most places that have outside seating in front of their place (on the sidewalk, as opposed to an interior courtyard like at Spago) will allow well-behaved dogs.
Sierra Madre, which is just east of Pasadena, is extremely dog friendly. I have seen dogs at all of the restaurants with outdoor seating. Also, low dog-level drinking fountains are attached to all drinking fountains throughout downtown and at the base of the Mt Wilson hiking trail. But some restaurants will put out water bowls if a drinking fountain is not nearby.
The two independently-owned coffee shops, Beantown and the recently-opened Steamers have free dog biscuits for your canine friend. Also, a fenced dog park can be found just east of downtown at Sierra Vista Park on Sierra Madre Blvd. The dog area is located behind the public pool near the baseball fields.
I've listed all the restaurants in Sierra Madre with outdoor seating where I have seen dogs:
322 W Sierra Madre Blvd, Sierra Madre, CA 91024
Barney's Only Place In Town
110 W Sierra Madre Blvd, Sierra Madre, CA 91024
48 W Sierra Madre Blvd, Sierra Madre, CA 91024
Mountain View Sushi
24 W Sierra Madre Blvd, Sierra Madre, CA 91024
Thai Sierra Madre
85 W Sierra Madre Blvd, Sierra Madre, CA 91024
Lucky Baldwins Delirium Cafe
21 Kersting Ct, Sierra Madre, CA 91024
Cold Stone Creamery
7 Kersting Ct, Sierra Madre, CA 91024
1 Kersting Ct, Sierra Madre, CA 91024
Steamers Coffee House
142 W Sierra Madre Blvd, Sierra Madre, CA 91024
Sierra Madre Pizza Co
181 W Sierra Madre Blvd, Sierra Madre, CA 91024
44 N Baldwin Ave, Sierra Madre, CA 91024
Casa Del Rey
31 N Baldwin Ave, Sierra Madre, CA 91024
41 N Baldwin Ave, Sierra Madre, CA 91024
45 N Baldwin Ave, Sierra Madre, CA 91024
My favorite place to take the hound is the Tea Garden on Beverly near Doheny. Great patio, great tea and adequate food brought in from M Cafe (sandwiches, salads and bento boxes) on Melrose and, newly, from A Cow Jumped Over the Moon in Beverly Hills (more salads and sandwiches). They usually bring the dogs water in a big porcelain Chinese bowl.
I have to amend this. I just went today (Sunday) and Tea Garden on Beverly has, very strangely, stopped serving food on Sundays. Only tea, at least on Sundays. I wonder if they are planning to close the place down, now that they took over the old Elixir space a couple of blocks away on Melrose.