Fremont Brewing Courtesy Fremont Brewing

For the Dogs

Fremont Brewing Courtesy Fremont Brewing

When it comes to dog-friendly cities, Seattle is a tail-wagging favorite.

While many eateries welcome pups on the patio, spots like Norm’s Eatery & Ale House (460 N 36th St) allow them to sit at your table inside. For a pup dessert, try treats from The Seattle Barkery (various locations).

Fremont Brewing (3409 Woodland Park Ave N) is popular with hops fanatics and the pups who love them, while Beveridge Place Pub (6413 California Ave SW) has 36 tap handles and lets leashed dogs lounge inside.

Seattle also has plenty of outdoor spaces for on- and off-leash romping. Stroll around Green Lake Park (7201 E Greenlake Dr N), or head to Warren G. Magnuson Park (7400 Sand Point Way NE) for nine acres of off-leash play. University Village‘s (2623 NE University Village St) open-air setting is ideal for bringing Fido along to shop, as are weekend farmers markets in Ballard and Fremont, which have especially high leash counts. For on-the-water adventure, let your pup play co-captain on Lake Union aboard a rented sailboat or rowboat from The Center for Wooden Boats (1010 Valley St).

Once your pup is all fetched out, head back to an area hotel to rest up. Many welcome dogs, including The Alexis Royal Sonesta Hotel Seattle (1007 First Ave), where doggie beds are included, and W Seattle (1112 Fourth Ave), named one of the “5 Best Pet-Friendly Hotels in America” by Travel + Leisure.

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