Dog-friendly Breweries and Taprooms

Dog-friendly Breweries and Taprooms

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Chow Down With Your Pup

Lazy Dog Restaurant / Photo: @dogwithaperm
Lazy Dog Restaurant / Photo: @dogwithaperm

Alfresco dining is a natural in San Diego’s mild climate, and virtually every restaurant in town with an outdoor deck or patio welcomes well-behaved canine companions. There’s no more scenic place to start than Pier Cafe, which sits, yes, right on the water at the end of a pier at Seaport Village. The New England-style menu features lots of fish, and the outdoor seating area is dog-friendly. more »

Put Paws on Pillows in San Diego

Pendry San Diego / Photo: Danielle Kogan
Pendry San Diego / Photo: Danielle Kogan

So…your pup is coming with you to San Diego and you need a pet-friendly place to stay, preferably one with quick exits to the outdoors for you-know-what. There’s no end of choices in San Diego, whether you prefer to stay in the historic Gaslamp Quarter or somewhere closer to the beach. more »

Win a SoCal Desert Wine Region DogCation®!

Win a SoCal Desert Wine Region DogCation®!

When you think about Greater Palm Springs, a lot comes to mind. The blue sky, purple mountains, nodding palm trees and lots of dog-friendly things to do, places to stay, dine and play. What you may not know is that a short distance away is the very dog-friendly Temecula wine region. more »

Sacramento: A Beer-Lover’s Magnet

Jackrabbit Brewing Company - Photo credit: @brewswithbuster
Jackrabbit Brewing Company - Photo credit: @brewswithbuster

Sacramento might be situated smack in the middle of the Central Valley, but its location on the Sacramento and American rivers made it a central player in the 1849 Gold Rush, when a waterfront boomtown (now preserved as Old Sacramento) sported saloons aplenty catering to thirsty prospectors headed to and from the Mother Lode. more »

Eat, Drink, Be Merry With Your Dog By Your Side

Federalist Public House & Beer Garden - Photo Credit: @apple___jax
Federalist Public House & Beer Garden - Photo Credit: @apple___jax

Outdoor dining is an integral part of Sacramento culture, and restaurants with dog-friendly patios are too numerous to count. For walkability and a huge diversity of offerings, the Midtown residential/retail/dining/entertainment district just east of downtown is the place to explore. It’s where the see-and-be-seen action is for young people—and for DogTrekkers of all ages. more »

Cool Your Jets (and Your Pets) in Sacramento

Fiona cooling off at Two Rivers Cider Company <br/> Photo Credit: @fiona_the_rascal
Fiona cooling off at Two Rivers Cider Company
Photo Credit: @fiona_the_rascal

Sacramento is hot, hot, hot—and we’re not talking summer weather. The restaurant and craft brewery scene here has exploded of late, and thanks to a (usually) mild climate, outdoor dining is ubiquitous, and almost every restaurant and brewery patio in town is dog-friendly. more »

Raise a Toast to Oaktown Beer and Wine

Jagger on the Ale Trail at Drake
Jagger on the Ale Trail at Drake's Dealership - Photo: @jaggerdwagger

Local flavor is what Oakland is all about, and the city’s urban wineries and craft breweries, many housed in renovated warehouse spaces, warmly welcome patrons with well behaved canine companions. Organize your tasting day by plotting an itinerary on the Oakland Urban Wine Trail, encompassing nine tasting rooms; or the Oakland Ale Trail, spotlighting 12 craft breweries, many within walking distance of each other. more »

Hike Your Tails Off

Pretty Pittie at Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve - Photo Credit: @ac_sivs
Pretty Pittie at Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve - Photo Credit: @ac_sivs

Oakland is surrounded by hills, and the hills—luscious green at this time of year—are laced with hiking trails. You don’t have to go far from downtown Oakland to access one of the close-in preserves managed by the East Bay Regional Park District, which oversees more than 65 open-space areas with 1,250 miles of trails between them. A perk you won’t find on many other public lands: more »

Tri-Valley: Eat, Drink & Chill After the Hike

Big White House Winery <br/> Photo Credit: @jessmoseley
Big White House Winery
Photo Credit: @jessmoseley

If you plan to put on your hiking shoes and head out to enjoy the East Bay Regional Parks mentioned in this issue, we have just the place to refresh, relax and renew after the hike – the Tri-Valley region of California! Just a little over 30 miles from San Francisco on the sunny side of the bay, this area encompasses three valleys and four cities where dog-friendly hotels, restaurants, wineries and craft breweries and tap rooms abound. more »

Tap into California's Newest Beer Trail

Tap into California

Northern California’s Tri-Valley once supplied hops—a primary ingredient in beer—to brewers around the world. Those roots are reflected in an emerging craft-beer scene drawing visitors and their four-legged companions. Located just 45 minutes east of the Golden Gate Bridge, the region is made up of the charming towns of Pleasanton, Livermore, Dublin and Danville. more »

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