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15 Dog Friendly Places in Los Angeles (2024)

Jun | 07 | 2024
15 Dog Friendly Places in Los Angeles (2024)

Los Angeles is a vibrant city that welcomes your Beest with open arms. From trendy eateries to sprawling dog parks and scenic adventures, there are countless places where you can bring your pup along for the fun. We put together a list of dog friendly places that fit everyone’s style, whether it be cool and casual, adventurous, or a little bit of both. Check out some of these must-see locations when traveling to the city of Angels with your pup!

Cafes & Restaurants

1. Muddy Paw Coffee 

This coffee shop has 2 locations in Los Angeles. It’s the paw-fect place to take your dog as their slogan is “Have a cup, save a pup” with a portion of proceeds going towards local rescues. Muddy Paw also has a private dog park and patio. Muddy Paw Coffee

2. The Eveleigh 

A seasonal farm to table restaurant with a garden patio that is dog friendly. Open 7 days a week and stays open late for dinner, and also serves early morning brunch. They are best known for their handcrafted cocktails and friendly pet loving staff. The Eveleigh

3. Morrison Restaurant

The Morrison is voted “best happy hour & dog friendly restaurant”. They specialize in crafted burgers and are also very well known for their famous Butterscotch Bread Pudding. They pretty much cater to everyone in the family, including your pup, with their very own dog menu and serving trays. Morrison Restaurant

4. The Cat and Fiddle 

Also known as Hollywood’s British Pub & Restaurant! The Cat and Fiddle offers a special dog menu and does have patio seating. They are well known for their pies, fish & chips, and Scotch eggs. They also feature a Pup of the Week on their social media, of pups who come to dine in with their owners / parents. The Cat and Fiddle

Social Hangouts

5. Dog PPL 

Located about 30 minutes away from downtown LA, Dog PPL is a dog park, bar, cafe & lounge all wrapped up into one. Membership is required for entry and is limited up-to 3 dogs. This is a great place to socialize your pup and yourself with other dog parents. All dogs are checked for vaccines and behavior issues to help keep everyone safe. Dog PPL

6. Angel City Brewery

Pet friendly brewery that specializes in craft beers. Dogs are allowed in mostly all areas and are asked to be kept leashed and to be cleaned up and looked after. This place makes for a great spot to hang out in large groups or to socialize with other pup parents. Angel City Brewery

7. The Grove 

This is the ultimate place for activities from dining to shopping. The Grove is essentially an outdoor mall filled with lots of entertainment and events, including a farmers market and park (across the street). Dogs are welcome in the common areas and various stores. The Grove

Beaches & Parks

8. Rosie’s Dog Beach 

This is a 4.1 acre that allows pups to be off leash. This beach is not fenced nor is a dedicated dog beach but does have a designated “dog-zone” in which pups are welcomed from 6am - 8pm daily. There can be occasional private events or poor weather conditions in which the beach may be closed so make sure to plan ahead and check the schedule. Rosie’s Dog Beach

9. Eagle Rock Dog Park

This park is enclosed and kept clean. Owners are asked to clean up after their dogs and to have all their shots. Your dog must be leashed in the parking lot at all times. The recreational park has a great mix of turf, cement, and sand. Eagle Rock Dog Park

10. West Hollywood Park

This is a recreation area with 2 sections for different sized dogs. Everything is fenced in and there is turf, water station, benches and more, in both areas. There is plenty of running room for fetch and socializing. West Hollywood Park

11. Runyon Canyon Park

Located near the Hollywood Hills, this 160-acre city park is a great place to take your dog on a hike. There are a few trails to pick from and the hike is fair with a moderate incline. Dogs are allowed to be off-leash but owners are asked to clean up after their pets. Poop bag stations are located throughout the park. Runyon Canyon Park


12. West Griffith Observatory Trail

Dogs are not allowed inside the Griffith Observatory, however there is a trail that still lets you enjoy the outside views with your pup. The west Griffith trail is a popular route for walkers and tourists. It’s an easy walk and leashing up your dog is required. You can find a picnic area and Trail cafe near the trail. West Griffith Observatory Trail

13. Electric Dusk Drive-In

Enjoy a night at the Drive-Ins with your Pup. Electric Dusk is the longest running pop-up drive-in and is dog friendly. Located near Dodgers Stadium and has a wide variety of movies and food to choose from. Dogs are surly welcomed but must remain leashed at all times. Electric Dusk Drive-In

14. Echo Park Lake

This park is very dog friendly, pups are required to be leashed at all times. There is a scenic walking path that's perfect for an afternoon stroll or enjoy a lunch with your pup on the picnic tables around the park. If you're feeling adventurous, you can even rent a swan boat and ride around on the lake with Beest. Dogs are allowed on the boats as long as they are well behaved and kept on leash. Life jackets are not provided but you are more than welcome to bring your own for you and your dog. Echo Park Lake

15. Hollywood Walk of Fame

Walk with the stars, even with your pup! The Hollywood walk of fame is a must see and what a better way to experience it then walking it with your dog. It stretches out 15 blocks along Hollywood Blvd with over 2,600 stars on the pavement. This street can get busy so make sure to keep your dog on leash. Hollywood Walk of Fame

* Local Feature *

Los Angeles native + dog momma, Nina love to adventure throughout the city with her four-legged companion,
Hera. Here are some of Nina and Hera's favorite spots in and outside of L.A. that are dog friendly and perfect for anyone traveling or local!

Hikes / Walks


Plan your next trip to Los Angeles with Beestie in tow and make it a great bonding experience and fun adventure for you both. There are plenty of dog-friendly places and activities throughout the sprawling city to fill your visit with lots of unforgettable moments!
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