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Everyone knows that dogs make the best wing men! Bring your furry friend along to join in the fun at these dog-friendly joints. These bars either allow dogs inside or have patios where dogs are allowed. If you don't see your favorites here, email me at info@radpup.com and I'll add them!

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    Liverpool Lil's

    Nice neighborhood joint with good comfort food (known for burgers and fish & chips), and a few tables out front.

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    Eastside West

    Sunny corner with several outdoor tables to enjoy a loaded bloody mary or a bottomless mimosa brunch with your pooch.

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    Balboa

    Although Balboa gets a bad rap as a cougar bar, they have a surprisingly good burger, and it’s a nice spot to enjoy cocktails at one of their outdoor tables. (Pretty sure the cougars stay in the dark corners inside anyway.)

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    The Brixton

    Restaurant with strong cocktails and several heated outdoor tables for great people watching on Union Street.

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    Mission Cheese

    Street-side outdoor seating on Valencia makes for the perfect place to sip wine, eat cheese, and people watch.

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    The Liberties

    A neighborhood Irish pub with good food, good beer, and surprisingly good cocktails. There are a bunch of outdoor tables on both the Guerrero and the 22nd sides, so there’s a good shot at getting a spot with your pup.

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    The Ramp

    Dogs are only allowed in one section, but if you can get a spot, there are few things better than enjoying drinks in the sun while looking out over the water.

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    The Buccaneer

    A friendly neighborhood dive, and a good spot to catch a game or a beer with your dog.

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    RobberBaron

    Awesome atmosphere, with a good wine & snacks list, and great service. Dogs are not *technically* allowed, but if it’s not too crowded, they are usually willing to let it slide.

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    Hi-Lo Club

    Cool spot for an old fashioned cocktail. They seem to let dogs in at slow times, but might be a good idea to have a back-up spot nearby in case they deny your pup (like Zeki’s).