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Dog-Friendly Dining

Take Fido out to dinner at local eateries that allow pups on their patios.

By Daniel Snyder

Jun 2011

Every dog loves table scraps and being outside on a dog day afternoon. Why not combine the two and bring your dog with you on your next dining venture? We found nine restaurant patios that allow you to bring your furry friend along. Dogs are only allowed on the patio if they are on a leash, so don’t forget to bring it from home the next time you visit one of these dog-friendly restaurants. 

Bambino’s
1141 E. Delmar St., Springfield, 417-862-9999
Dogs allowed at all hours. They give dogs a bowl of water.

Blue Bull
(This business has closed since the initial publication of this article)
Dogs allowed at all hours.

Creek Side Pub
3830-C S. Lonepine Ave., Springfield, 417-882-1899
Dogs allowed at all hours.

Emack & Bolio’s
(This business has closed since the initial publication of this article)
Bringing your dog is encouraged here. They have a dog bowl with water and sell a doggie sundae with a scoop non-fat vanilla ice cream with a dog biscuit on top.

Famous Dave’s Bar-B-Que
Branson Landing, 417-334-4858
Dogs allowed at all hours. They seat people with dogs in the corner of the patio, so they are not in the way of the other customers, and they give them a bowl of water.

Harlow’s
(This business has closed since the initial publication of this article)
They give dogs a bowl of water and allow dogs at all hours, and you can buy a little hamburger for your dog.

Shorty Small’s
Branson Landing, 417-544-1133
Dogs allowed at all hours.

Texas Land and Cattle
(This business has closed since the initial publication of this article)
Dogs allowed at all hours.

Trolley’s
(This business has closed since the initial publication of this article)
Dogs allowed at all hours. They keep water bowls on the patio in the summertime and have frozen dog biscuits in the back.

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