If you've ever owned a dog, you know your canine companion is a member of the family. We pulled together a list of Nashville's best dog-friendly patios so you never have to leave home without your fur baby.
Don't leave your furry friend at home! Craft Brewed love dogs and will offer them treats and water to enjoy on the patio while you sip a couple of pints. They've even held 'Yappy Hours' before!
It's only fitting for a spot that allows canines to hang on the patio to offer up another kind of dog on the menu—the hand battered corn dogs are fried goodness!
With the smell of smoked meats and a large outdoor patio, what's not to love about Edley's for both pups and humans?!
The large grassy courtyard at their new digs in The Nations is perfect for your furry friend to lounge in the sun while you sip brews.
Tie your dog up on the 'hitchin' post' while you run inside to order and then grab a spot on the patio with other canine lovers!
Enjoy the people watching The Gulch always has to offer with a brew in hand as you and your pup laze away on the laid-back patio.
This Germantown establishment loves your four-legged friend so much that they not only welcome them to chill on the back patio, but also routinely donate a portion of the proceeds from specific beers to dog-centric nonprofits, such as Big Fluffy Dog Rescue!
Your fur baby is allowed on both the front patio and covered back patio! Expect them to bring out a bowl of water without requesting it, too.
When Rudie's says it loves dogs, it backs it up! Bring in a framed photo of your canine friend and they'll give you a drink on the house, as well as add the pic to its doggy wall! Pups are always welcomed on the back patio, too!
This local brewery always welcomes your furry companion on its patios, and its annual block party benefits Freedom Farm Animal Sanctuary each year. The nonprofit rescues abused, abandoned and neglected animals in and around the Middle Tennessee area.
Thanks to the outdoor heaters, Village Pub's patio is open year-round so you can still venture out with your four-legged friend when the temp is 40 degrees! They'll even suggest items on the menu that are okay for dogs!
When a restaurant is called The Dog, you better believe that they welcome canine friends as well! All fur babies are even offered a 'pup dog' upon request!