7 pet-friendly restaurants and hotels in Atlanta

Where to stay, dine, and pick up a treat
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Illustration by Ryan Chapman
Illustration by Ryan Chapman

Loews Atlanta Hotel
Dogs and cats live the high life at this luxury hotel in Midtown, which offers pets their own room service menu, beds for snoozing, even a welcome letter from the general manager. Owners will be grateful for the extra leashes, water bowls, litter boxes, and treats on hand. 1065 Peachtree Street

Renaissance Atlanta Midtown
Vacationing dogs get free treats and go home with a personalized tag. Owners can even set up a massage for pampered pooches. 866 West Peachtree Street

Bellwoods Social House
Sit on the patio at this Westside gastropub near Georgia Tech and your pooch can kick back at the “dog bar,” stocked with water bowls, food, and toys. 1000 Marietta Street

Lucky’s Burger & Brew
When a restaurant’s namesake is the owner’s cuddly golden retriever, it’s no surprise that pooches are welcome on the patio. Try one of the signature burgers, named for different dog breeds—there’s even one just for UGA fans. 1144 Alpharetta Street, Roswell; 305 Brookhaven Avenue

Treehouse Restaurant and Pub
Head to brunch at this laid-back neighborhood restaurant tucked away in Buckhead, and you can sip on a mimosa on the large covered porch with your best pal by your side. 7 Kings Circle

Taj Ma-Hound
Stop by this dog treat bakery on Thursday nights for the Yappy Hour Ice Cream Social, and your pup will get a free cone. 707-D East Lake Drive, Decatur

ParkGrounds
Got a ton of work to do, but Rover needs a walk? Grab your laptop and head to this Reynoldstown coffee shop, where dogs can frolic while their human friends get fully caffeinated. 142 Flat Shoals Avenue

This article originally appeared in our August 2015 issue.

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