Dog's Guide to Seattle

Dog's Guide to Seattle

Seattle, with its laid-back spirit and love of the outdoors, is a great place to visit with your furry friend. Seattle is a very dog-friendly city, and residents of the city love to take their dogs everywhere with them. If you visit, be sure to plan a special side trip to the amazing Marymoor off-leash dog park in nearby Bellevue.

Off-Leash Dog Parks

Dr. Jose Rizal Park - 1008 12th Ave. S

Genesee Park and Playfield - 4316 S Genesee St.

Golden Gardens Park - 8498 Seaview Pl. NW

I-5 Colonnade - South of E Howe St, beneath I-5

Northacres Park - 12718 1st Ave. NE

Plymouth Pillars Park - Boren Ave. and Pike St.

Regrade Park - 2251 3rd Ave.

Sam Smith Park - 1400 Martin Luther King Jr. Way S

Warren G. Magnuson Park - 740 Sand Point Way NE

Westcrest Park - 9000 8th Ave. SW

Woodland Park - Aurora Ave. N and N 59th St.

Dog-Friendly Restaurants

Crave - 1621 12th Ave.

Essential Baking Company and Cafe - 1604 N 34th St. and 2719 E Madison St.

Great Harvest Bread - 17171 Bothell Way NE and 2218 NW Market St.

India Bistro Ballard - 2301 NW Market St.

Lombardi's Cucina - 2200 NW Market St.

Lottie's Lounge - 4900 Rainier Ave. S

Madison Park Cafe - 1807 42nd Ave. E

Maggie Bluff's Marina Grill - 2601 W Marina Place

Mulleadys Irish Pub and Restaurant - 3055 21st Ave. W

Norm's Eatery and Ale House - 460 N 36th St.

Pink Door - 1919 Post Alley

Portage Bay Cafe - 4130 Roosevelt Way NE

Stumbling Goat - 6722 Greenwood Ave. N

Tiki Bob's Cantina - 166 South King St.

Tutta Bella - 2200 Westlake, Suite 112

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