Wanting to visit the “City of Angels” with your little angel? We’ve come up with a list for you of the top pet-friendly restaurants, bars, hotels, parks, and beaches in LA.
Where Can I Take My Dog in LA?
Is Los Angeles a dog-friendly city? It sure is! Whether you already live there, plan on moving there, or just want to vacation in Hollywood—Los Angeles has plenty of pet-friendly places to go. Check out our recommendations for the best dog-friendly restaurants, bars, hotels, parks, and beaches in LA.
Top Dog-Friendly Restaurants & Bars in LA
Whether it’s a Sunday brunch, or time to hit the bars… LA has tons of dog-friendly restaurants, bars, and breweries to choose from. This is a list of our favorite, and most dog-friendly options.
1. The Morrison
The Morrison is a favorite among pet parents in LA. With three locations, and gourmet pub food, this Scottish dog-friendly pub won’t disappoint. They provide an enclosed patio for pups and their owners, water bowls and biscuits, and even a dog menu.
This dog-friendly restaurant’s motto is: “There’s no place like Home.” They have courtyard patio seating, a large menu with plenty of cocktails and plant-based food options for the humans, and organic dog treats for the canines.
3. The Waffle
This retro-style restaurant specializes in gourmet waffles and being dog-friendly. Their staff love pets, they have a pet-friendly outdoor patio, and they make “woofles” for dogs who are craving a special treat. The Waffle also works with the SPCA LA animal rights organization and other nonprofits.
Most Pet-Friendly Hotels in LA
If you’re going to visit LA with your precious furbaby, make sure to look for a pet-friendly hotel. Some have limits on the number of pets and their size. And some even charge an extra fee. Here are a few of the most pet-friendly hotels in LA.
This dog-friendly hotel will pamper your pups with their own luxurious pet beds, water and food bowls, and special doggy treats.
Kimpton invites every animal of every size, so long as they can fit through the door. They have no limit on the number of pets you can bring, and no extra fees for bringing them. Your furbaby will get their own plush pet bed, food and water bowls, and mats.
This pet-friendly hotel invites dogs and cats to stay at their establishment. They will provide your furry companion with pet beds, litter boxes, scratching posts, and tons of toys to keep them entertained.
Best Dog Parks in LA
Need a little fresh air and sunshine with your favorite furball? There are tons of dog parks in Los Angeles. Try them all! Find out which is your favorite, and which are closest to your home or hotel. These are just a few of the top dog parks in Los Angeles. Nervous about losing your dog? Check out the Fi Smart Dog Collar to keep track of your precious pup.
This dog park is one of the most popular in Los Angeles. It has a large, grassy space, plus a great view of the Hollywood sign, and large hills surrounding it. And it’s right next to Griffith Park, which has great hiking trails for you and your pup. But keep in mind—Lake Hollywood Park is not an off-leash park.
Alice’s Dog Park has separate fenced-in areas for large and small dogs—both green and grassy. There are tons of trees surrounding the park, plus picnic tables, and water stations for both dogs and people.
This 6.5 acre dog park offers plenty of grassy and dirt areas, and it is an off-leash park. There are shade trees scattered throughout, plus picnic tables for the humans to rest and relax.
Most Dog-Friendly Beaches in LA
If you’re visiting Los Angeles, of course you have to visit the beach. And if you already live there, that’s probably a typical weekend outing for you. But did you know there are many dog-friendly beaches in LA? Here’s a few of our favorites.
This designated dog area of Long Beach is 4-acres, and actually offers off-leash hours for your pup to roam free.
Huntington Dog Beach is often referred to as “Dog Beach.” It’s a 1.5 mile section right by Top Dog Barkery, where you can grab some fun treats and bones for your pooch. But this beach requires dogs to be on leash.
The North side of this beach—also known as “The Dog Beach” by locals—allows dogs to be off-leash from 29th Street to Solana Beach. However, they do require a leash from June 16th-Labor Day.
Dog-Friendly Los Angeles
Los Angeles welcomes all four-legged furbabies and their owners to have fun and explore. With numerous pet-friendly places to visit, you and your furry best friend will never get bored!