National Dog Day is Friday, August 26, and to show your furry friends some extra appreciation this year, we have compiled a list of the best pet-friendly places in Miami to chow down and enjoy some good eats with your pooch. Think: Doggie Sushi and specially made for dogs Beef Tartare or exclusive “Puppy” menus.

There are so many things to do with your dog in Miami (not to mention pet-friendly hotels), why not treat them to a tasty meal too? Take your dog to one of these pet-approved faves on your next foray around the Magic city. Check out the list of Dog-Friendly Restaurants and hotels in Miami below.


Crudos Fusion Art

Crudos Fusion Art is a Gastronomical Asian/Latin Fusion venue you simply cannot miss. Here you will receive outstanding quality and service for a great value! Their signature rolls, snacks, rice, noodles, main entrées, desserts, and signatures drinks, are made to make you feel that your investment is worthy of visiting them weekly without destroying your budget. They are the place for you to invite colleagues, friends and family to enjoy unique flavors with great service and unforgettable ambience.

Come and enjoy our Crudos Experience with your pup!



Your pup won’t be subjected to begging for scraps if you dine at Negroni Midtown. The Dogs Menu is available for all outdoor seating areas and includes two of the most luxurious puppy chow selections you will ever see. Your dog can enjoy the Chicken Nigiri made with organic grilled chicken breast, sushi rice and carrot spaghettis; or the Beef Tartare made with grass-fed ground beef, steamed sushi rice and boiled vegetables. While your pup enjoys their meal, indulge in Negroni’s happy hour from 4-7 p.m. Monday-Sunday. Everything on the menu is just $8 and includes dishes like the Rock Shrimps and Tuna Tartare Tostadas, and cocktails such as Negroni’s signature Summer Shade and the Negroni Sour. Address: 3201 Buena Vista Blvd, Miami, FL 33127


Dogfish Head Miami

Dogfish Head Brewery in Miami is known as the prime hangout spot for humans and pets alike. Stop by Dogfish Head and enjoy a cold beer and delicious bites while your furry friend plays with one of Dogfish Head’s eco-friendly (non-squeak) dog toys. The outside patio is the ideal spot to enjoy the Miami summer weather; your pet is sure to enjoy the fresh air — and their new gift! Meanwhile, puppy parents can check out Dogfish’s new lunch menu which features Bao Bun Barbacoa ($8) made with cotija cheese, pico de gallo, jalapeno and crema; and Charlie’s Fried Chicken Sandwich ($16): Fried chicken breast brioche bun, lettuce, bacon, hot honey, Dogfish’s Epic Sauce and pickles on the side.  Address: 325 NW 24th St, Miami, FL 33127


Beach Bar at Newport Pier

If your pup is a beach lover, they’ll definitely enjoy the sea breeze at the Beach Bar at Newport Pier, the only pier-top restaurant in Miami. Beach Bar believes that pups make the best dinner guests; they are always welcome to dine out on the pier. Grab a cocktail and some bites and maybe even slip your furry friend some snacks under the table. Some of Beach Bar’s most popular options include the Mahi BLT ($19) served blackened, grilled or fried with bacon, lettuce, tomato and dill caper tartar sauce on a toasted challah roll; Bahamian Conch Fritters ($12) served with mango pineapple habanera chutney; and the Grapefruit Crush cocktail made with Ketel One Botanical Grapefruit and Rose, fresh-squeezed grapefruit, triple sec and a splash of lemon-lime soda.  Address: 16501 Collins Ave, Sunny Isles Beach, FL 33160


Chill with your Pup Under the Banyan Tree at Rosie’s: The Backyard

For an elevated brunch experience, head over with your pup to Rosie’s: The Backyard. This outdoor dining experience with plenty of greenery will give your furry friend some fresh air time while you enjoy the deliciousness of a chef-driven menu that focuses on the quality of guests’ experience. Some of their new outstanding dishes include Deviled Eggs Chicharrons and Omelette cacio e pepe with prosciutto. There’s no one better to share your brunch with than your best furry friend! Address: 7127 NW Second Avenue in Little River


Dog Walks with a View at Verde at PAMM

Verde, located in Pérez Art Museum Miami with sweeping views of Biscayne Bay, is a modern, casual restaurant with both indoor and outdoor seating perfect for your pup. Enjoy delicious brunch items crafted by the culinary team before taking your furry friend on a long walk in the nearby Maurice A. Ferré Park. Highlights from the menu include Smoked Salmon Benedict ($21) and the Blueberry Basil Pancakes ($15). Both you and your furry friend will leave happy!  Address: 1103 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132


Catch a Vibe with your Pup at Mamey Miami & Mamey on 3rd

Culinary enthusiasts and their pups can indulge in delicious, island-inspired cuisine at Mamey by James Beard Nominee and Food & Wine Award-Winning Chef Niven Patel. Located inside the THesis Hotel, dogs are welcome throughout the property including on Mamey’s patio as well as Mamey on 3rd, an island-minded rooftop oasis. Guests and their four-legged friends can indulge in flavorful selections like the Local Wahoo Ceviche ($17), or the Jerk Roasted Chicken ($38). Address: 1350 S Dixie Hwy, Coral Gables, FL 33146


Sit Under the Palms with your Pup and Feed your Soul at Mehzcla at The Balfour Hotel

Indulge in the new Latin fusion restaurant Mehzcla at The Balfour Hotel with your four-legged friend from its shaded patio. With an all-day menu and cocktails to choose from, you and your pup can enjoy a tropical paradise under the palms, tucked away in the South of Fifth neighborhood in South Beach. Delectable selections include Costillas ($22), baby-back ribs with garlic-chili glaze, scallions and sesame, or Wagyu Carne Asada ($58) with mehzcla chimi and fleur de sel. Address: 50 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33139





Miami’s favorite chill hangout knows just how to make your dog feel special. Grab a table at Quarterdeck’s outdoor patio area and treat your pooch to a meal from the exclusive “Puppy Chow” menu. The selections range from $2-$10 and include Grilled Chicken with Rice, Bacon Strips, Sweet Potato Treats, and an Unseasoned Hamburger Patty, all served with a bowl of ice water. While your pup is chows down, enjoy a Tito’s “Puptail” (not intended for animal consumption) such as the ‘The Brindle’ made with Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Orange Juice, Sparkling Mineral Water complete with fresh blackberries, among other options.  Address: 1035 SE 17th St. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33166


Casa Sensei

If you’re looking to spoil your dog this National Dog Day, bring them to Casa Sensei for a new, unforgettable experience. Casa Sensei offers “doggie sushi,” hand-rolled bites specifically for dogs such as the Woof Roll with beef, rice, carrots and peas all rolled in soy paper or opt for a special treat with the Salmon Delight and Chicken Lovers Stir Fry. Guests and their dogs can enjoy the breeze and the bites on the pet-friendly patio overlooking the Himmarshee Canal.  Address: 1200 E Las Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301