There are hundreds of dog-friendly coffee shops all around the United States. And I can’t think of a better way to spend a lazy Saturday than by heading to a local coffee shop after taking them to a pet-friendly store. If you’re anything like me and prefer to bring your dog to any establishment that’ll allow it, then you’re in luck.
While many online reviews confirm that these dog-friendly coffee shops welcome pooches (usually outdoors, but sometimes indoors, too!), I still recommend that you call in advance just to be extra sure. With that, let’s go on a coffee date with your pup. Don’t forget to check out Amazon Pet Day deals to spoil your pup while saving!
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Dog-Friendly Coffee Shops in All 50 States
Carpe Diem Coffee & Tea Co. in Mobile encourages you to bring your dog and ask for a free pup cup. For us two-legged folks, they have all our favorite beverages, in addition to nibbles like bagels, muffins, and oatmeal.
The Southern Grind Coffee House has two dog-friendly coffee shops in Orange Beach. Plus, they’re more spacious to give your four-legged friend extra room. In addition to coffee, they serve breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert. BRB gotta go visit Alabama.
Dark Horse Coffee Company in Anchorage has the perfect outdoor seating area for you and your pup. Sip on a cup of joe, order a slice of avocado toast, and bond with your pet.
In Tempe, head to Steve’s Espresso for a jolt of caffeine and toast, jam, and heavy cream scones made from scratch.
Rest your soles at Esso Coffee in Phoenix. Well-behaved pooches are sometimes allowed inside while you order. Outside, they can enjoy water and treats.
Choose from dog-friendly coffee shops in Rogers, Bentonville, and Fayetteville to experience Onyx Coffee Lab. Your ball of fluff will thoroughly appreciate the supremely high-quality beans, sustainable practices, and chocolate (for humans).
Holtz Coffee Co (previously Bone’s Coffee Bar and Eatery) in Greenwood welcomes leashed dogs with open arms and a tasty treat. Plus, the ambiance is usually pretty chill — perfect for those pups who tend to be a little more anxious.
Dogs are welcome on the patio and the outdoor seating area at South Side Coffee Company in Lompoc. If you’re feeling generous, give your pal a bit of your breakfast sandwich.
Come On Over Cafe is a hidden gem in Oceanside, and they love dogs. In fact, on their website, they describe “an outdoor deck that is VERY pet friendly 😉 *cough cough please bring all your furry friends*.” Say less, fam.
Nederland’s Salto has comfy furniture and a spacious outdoor seating area where your pup can rest their toe beans.
Bittersweet Cafe and Confections over in Louisville has a porch that dogs love, and they’re even welcome inside (as long as they mind their manners).
If you visit Bittersweet and happen to see me demolishing the entire pastry display, mind your business.
Word around town is that Cedarhurst Cafe in New Haven always has a generous stock of doggie treats available.
I already know why dogs love The Bean @226 in Windsor: the coffee is delicious and ethically made.
The Point Coffee in Rehoboth Beach has outdoor seating perfect for you and your buddy. The covered tables are especially nice when you want to escape that humid Delaware summer heat.
Brew Haha! has locations in Wilmington, Newark, and Greenville. Dogs are welcome in the outside seating area.
You can find Cuban Coffee Queen in three locations around Key West, including on the beach! Don’t forget your SPF.
The shaded patio at Cafe Con Leche makes it the perfect spot to catch your breath under the simmering Florida sun.
Good vibes, good coffee, dog-loving baristas — that’s what Rev is all about. Get a pup cup and head out on the patio for some much-needed R&R with your hairy pal.
Dancing Goats has locations around Atlanta and Decatur, and if your four-legged sidekick is polite, the staff will treat them to a pup cup.
Waimea Coffee Company in Hawi on the Big Island welcomes dogs to their outdoor porch area, which comes with a beautiful view of the mountains.
Kona Coffee Purveyors in Honolulu on Oahu allows pooches in the outdoor seating area. Treat yourself to a buttery pastry while you’re there.
A spacious patio with lake views? That’s what Lyfe in Coeur d’Alene is all about. Rumor has it that they even allow well-behaved dogs indoors while you sip your java. There’s plenty of grassy space to sit and sip, in addition to shaded tables. Ask the staff for a pup cup and treat your pal to something sweet.
Peet’s Coffee has multiple locations around the state, and these folks know how to do pup cups right. It varies by location, but word on the street is that some of the shops allow quiet dogs inside.
Once you get to Glenview Grind in Glenview, be sure to ask for a treat or a pup cup.
Bovaconti in Indianapolis allows dogs inside and outside, and they’ve perfected the art of the pup cup.
Additionally, well-behaved dogs are welcome inside Java House for some pets, kisses, and a pup cup.
This is not a drill. Press Coffee in Iowa City happily welcomes dogs for outdoor seating with treats and a crisp bowl of water.
The Beancounter Coffeehouse and Drinkery in Burlington encourage java drinkers to bring their pooch by for a little caffeine fix at the outdoor tables.
Brothers Coffee in Manhattan, Kansas welcomes polite puppies inside while you order your latte and catch up on your current read. Consider bringing something comfy for them to sit on!
You can’t bring your dog into McLain’s (which has multiple locations across Kansas), but they have outdoor seating that’s covered — perfect when you need some shade during those warmer summer months. Side note: They’re famous for their cookies and cakes. Just throwing that out there.
Cozy outdoor seating and dog-friendly staff make Lexington’s High on Art and Coffee the perfect cafe to bring your pet. They have indoor shopping where you can browse jewelry, pottery, and other memorable items.
Sungeros has five locations around Louisville and dog-friendly outdoor seating at the small bistro tables on their sidewalk. The staff loves canines, so don’t be surprised if they stop by with water and a treat.
You can find Abita Roasting Co. in Covington, Madisonville, and Abita Springs. They have outdoor seating out front and in the back, and you’ll even get to enjoy a view of the river.
PJ’s Coffee has nearly 40 dog-friendly coffee shops around the state, so their pet space might vary. But happy sippers have said that when there is outdoor seating, dogs are welcome. Some locations even allow you to bring your pet inside! (But check at your closest location in advance.)
Choco-Latte Cafe in Bar Harbor has pet-friendly seating outside but I want to talk about their bagels and cream cheese… just because. Anyway, as a bonus, customers say that their WiFi extends to the patio, in case you and your puppy want to catch up on emails or whatever.
Portland’s Bard Coffee has lovely outdoor seating that’s sidewalk-adjacent so that you and your fur child have optimal people-watching opportunities.
Head to Rock Hall and visit Java Rock to grab a table outside with your very best friend. May I suggest the lavender latte?
Dublin Roasters in Frederick is all about creating a welcoming and comfortable environment that oozes a sense of community — and that makes them one of the most incredibly dog-friendly coffee shops. Plus, they roast their coffee beans onsite. Cool!
True Grounds in Somerville encourages dog owners to stop by. They have outdoor seating and also welcome dogs into the immediate indoor cafe/ordering area. They are not allowed into the main dining area.
Enjoy the sounds of the city from the outdoor seating at Brew’d Awakening Coffeehaus in Lowell.
Uncommon Coffee Roasters in Saugatuck has a shaded area where you and your dog can rest your paws. There might even be a treat waiting for your buddy. As for you, in addition to your caffeine, consider a raspberry oat bar. It’s heavenly.
Drop by Mandy’s Coffee & Cafe in Red Wing for kombucha and some quality time with your dog at one of their outdoor tables. Also, run, don’t walk, to their breakfast biscuits.
The Finnish Bistro in St. Paul has ample outdoor seating in the shade, and they’re always sure to leave fresh water out there for parched pooches.
I don’t use the word “darling” to describe things very often, but if I did, I would say it about Mockingbird Cafe in Bay Saint Louis. The only way to describe it is darling. Outdoor seating in the shade is available for you and Rufus.
Arepas Coffee & Bar in Starkville welcomes friendly dogs indoors. Note that they are closed on Mondays!
You’re welcome to bring your dog inside Java Jive in Hannibal while you’re ordering. When you’re ready to sit down and relax, grab one of their outdoor tables on the front sidewalk.
Outdoor seating on the back patio is available at Shameless Grounds in Saint Louis. Fresh water is available, and they sometimes hand out complimentary bacon to four-legged visitors!
You know that Black Dog Coffee House is dog-friendly because it’s baked right into the name. Leashed dogs are allowed inside, and treats are available for free and to purchase.
A large outdoor patio means that there’s plenty of room for you and Cosmo at Clyde Coffee in Missoula.
Bring your dog to The Mill in Lincoln and have a seat outside to enjoy their organic, locally roasted, small-batch coffee. The place opened up in 1975, so you know they’ve got coffee down to a science.
Outdoor patio seating with flowers and shade. Cinnamon rolls. A welcoming community feel. What’s not to love about Barista’s Coffee House in Grand Island?
Sambalatte in Las Vegas is a local favorite and a common place to bring your dog. The coffee is legendary but if you don’t get a muffin, you’re missing out. Just saying.
If you’re closer to Reno, then head to the patio at Walden’s Coffeehouse. As a perk, they serve breakfast and lunch all day. Bring on the scrambled eggs!
29. New Hampshire
The shaded tables out on the deck are the perfect place to recharge, and the views at White Mountain Bagel Co. in Lincoln are killer.
The Grind in Derry has plenty of outdoor seating and don’t even get me started on their baked goods.
30. New Jersey
At Boonton Coffee in Boonton, dogs are welcome inside and outside, and they usually have a bowl of treats at the counter.
Water Witch Coffee in Highlands has outdoor seating available for you and your pup. Their coffee is USDA-certified organic, too. Bonus!
31. New Mexico
Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse is a must if you’re in the Santa Fe area. Dogs are allowed at the outdoor tables, and depending on who’s manning the counter, they might let you inside and even offer the furry one a treat.
Zocca Coffee in Ruidoso encourages you to enjoy a cuppa joe outside with your pup, and they usually have treats on hand. You’ll also be graced with a beautiful view of the mountains.
32. New York
Thirsty customers love Boris & Horton (named after the two dogs who inspired it) in New York City. They tout themselves as one of New York’s first dog-friendly coffee shops — approved by the Department of Health! This means you can bring your doggo inside.
Bring your pet to the outdoor tables of SPoT in Buffalo. Also — and I’m not trying to cause widespread mayhem — but they serve guacamole toast. Run, don’t walk.
33. North Carolina
I can’t with this name. Muttigans in Emerald Isle is a must-visit. They were voted one of the eight best places to take your dog in North Carolina. They’re also a pet supply store!
Java Dog Coffee House in Wilmington welcomes dogs inside and outside for treats and head scratches, and the coffee is top-notch.
34. North Dakota
Head to Bismarck and stop by Gloria Jean’s Coffees with your very best friend. Order one of their Cookie Chillers and rest your soles at one of their outdoor tables.
Meg-A-Latte doesn’t just have a clever name. The Williston and Watford City coffee house has space outdoors for you and your furball to rest, caffeinate, and enjoy the weather.
Relax It’s Just Coffee in Mansfield has dog-friendly tables outdoors and will even serve your buddy a pup cup, so you can enjoy your coffee date together.
In Columbus, Roaming Goat Coffee is known for using the finest beans from around the world. Bring your pup by for pets and a special treat.
Junction Coffee — The Alley is a can’t-miss spot in Oklahoma City. The outdoor patio is usually pretty peaceful, and the staff always makes sure that there’s a freshwater bowl nearby.
Black Rifle Coffee Company is also located in Oklahoma City and has shaded outdoor seating on the patio. They’re veteran-founded and hold themselves to the highest standards when it comes to coffee and customer service.
The very trendy Kickstand Coffee & Kitchen in Hood River has a beautiful outdoor patio with plenty of seating, shade, and a firepit. Some customers have noted that they could even bring their pups inside, but plan to be seated outdoors, just to be safe.
Make your way to Eugene and stop at Vero Espresso House. The outdoor patio (with plenty of shade) is very quaint and cozy, and the pastries are *chef’s kiss*.
Langhorne Coffee House roasts their coffee fresh each week — which you can enjoy outside at one of their tables with your sidekick. I’d also like to point out that they have French toast encrusted with Fruity Pebbles.
Blocker’s Coffeehouse in Catasauqua is very dog-friendly, and they usually have their mascot roaming around! Bring your pooch by to make a new friend.
39. Rhode Island
Jitters Cafe in North Kingstown has shaded outdoor seating, they serve a variety of fresh-baked muffins, and your dog will love the cozy atmosphere.
West Shore Coffee Bar is located in Warwick and serves a mean puppaccino. They love canines, so bring your buddy in the next time you stop by.
40. South Carolina
Greenville’s Coffee Underground will usually let you bring your pup inside to order, but after that, head outside to one of their pet-friendly tables. Don’t get me started on their homemade desserts and all-day brekkies.
Curiosity Coffee Bar offers pet-friendly, outdoor seating and ethically produced coffee, so you can feel good about your caffeine. Check them out in the city of Columbia.
41. South Dakota
Shade, a grassy area, and even a “clean-up” station for your pup? What’s not to love about Hot Springs’ Mornin’ Sunshine? You can also build your breakfast sandwich for less than $8. I’m on my way!
Outdoor seating for you and your doggie is available at Cottonwood in Brookings. Plus, they rely on local ingredients.
Enjoy the front porch (swing included) at Gap Creek Coffee House in Cumberland Gap. You’ll be treated to an amazing view and stellar beverages.
Red Bicycle Coffee — which has multiple locations across Nashville, Franklin, Nolensville, Mt. Juliet, and Smyrna — loves doggos. Depending on your closest location, you can find outdoor seating for you and your furry family member.
Bring your dog inside to order at Mozart’s Coffee Roasters and then head out onto the deck. You’ll find plenty of picnic tables with a dreamy view of Lake Austin.
Island Joes in Corpus Christi usually doesn’t mind if you bring your pooch in while you order. Then, go outside to their pet-friendly tables. Be sure to ask for a pup cup!
The spacious porch at River Rock Roasting Company in La Verkin has plenty of room for you and your sidekick. But here’s the best part: You’ll be treated to unforgettable views. It’s on the way to Zion National Park, situated by a basalt canyon that was carved by the Virgin Riverbasalt canyon.
Stop by Alchemy Coffee in Salt Lake City and park your caboose outside at one of their dog-friendly tables. Fresh water is available for your dog, and they might even bring out a free treat.
East Burke’s Cafe Lotti is a rustic paradise, with outdoor tables you can rest at. Fun fact: The building was first constructed in 1838 as a Methodist church. Over the years, it’s served as various bars and restaurants. What a history!
Fledermaus Teahouse is unlike anything you’ve ever seen. They have pet-friendly coffee shop seating and a swinging bench outside at their location in Johnson. But it’s the general area you’ll never forget. It’s in the heart of the Green Mountains, where Mother Nature is working her magic.
The staff at Gathering Grounds in Luray loves canines, so once you’re situated at the tables outside, you can expect a fresh water bowl and maybe even some treats.
Mill Mountain Coffee and Tea have a back patio with shaded tables — the perfect dog-friendly coffee spot to visit in Salem. They roast their coffee locally, too!
Brace yourself. Pups & Cups Cafe in Pullman was made for dog owners. Friendly dogs are welcome inside, and they even have an area where you can take them off-leash.
Pegasus Coffee in Bainbridge Island is one of the oldest historic waterfront buildings in the area. It’s a picturesque outing for you and your dog.
48. West Virginia
Chocolate Moose Coffee in Beckley has upper and lower decks where you and your BFF can find a table. If you’re looking for even more adventure (for humans only), they also have mini golf and rock climbing.
Visit Cathedral Cafe in historic Fayetteville for a refreshing beverage, spinach artichoke dip, and fresh water for your pal. You’re going to love the community vibe and small-town feel.
La Crosse’s Grounded Patio Cafe has shaded areas in the outdoor seating area. Breakfast is served all day. The staff loves dogs and might be handing out pup cups. Winning.
The patio affords you a beautiful view of the lake behind Dixie’s Coffee House in Manitowish Waters. If you visit in autumn, be prepared for mesmerizing foliage.
Pine in Pinedale built an outdoor shaded area in the back where you can escape the sun while sipping on something delicious. If you want to enjoy the sunshine, head to the tables out front.
Cowboy Coffee Co. in Jackson (they also have one location in Big Sky, Montana) seems okay with letting friendly dogs indoors, but be sure to ask first! Dogs are always welcome outside.