4 Places to Have Fun With Fido in West Seattle

May 25th, 2017 by

Grass1. Westcrest Park

When your dog wants to meet some friends to run and play, head to Westcrest Park. Inside the park you’ll find a gated and fenced off-leash area where your dog can have some fun. You’ll appreciate the benches and chairs under the shady spots, and your dog will love the open area, doggie drinking fountain, and shady trees. There’s also a separate area for small and shy dogs that’s just off from the main off-leash area.

When your dog has had enough playtime, hook him up to his leash and take a walk on the hiking paths to enjoy the large trees and beautiful views of the city skyline.

2. C & P Coffee Company

Walk up the steps to the quaint C & P Coffee Company and you’ll find a nice seating area on the patio that’s ideal for you and your furry friend to hang out. You can savor locally sourced coffee and fresh baked goods while your dog gets to enjoy a bowl of clean water. Take advantage of the free wireless internet access to surf the web while you both sit back and listen to the music, poetry, storytelling, and other live events the coffeehouse hosts throughout the week.

3. The Grove, West Seattle Inn

If you’re visiting West Seattle and looking for a place to stay, The Grove, West Seattle Inn is more than happy to offer a room for you and your dog. This modern hotel offers clean rooms with plenty of space for you and your pup to stretch out and relax. When you’re ready to get out and explore, The Grove, West Seattle Inn is within walking distance to plenty of popular shops and restaurants, including many that have dog-friendly outdoor dining spots.

4. Beveridge Place Pub

If you love beer and you’re looking for a dog-friendly pub, you’ve found the perfect spot at Beveridge Place Pub. Here you’ll find local, regional, and international draft beers by the bottle and on tap. Even if you don’t like beer, Beveridge Place Pub has a great selection of wines by the glass and bottle, meads, specialty ciders, sake, and non-alcoholic drinks.

While the pub doesn’t serve any food, ask for the menu book and you’ll find a variety of restaurants that range from American to Italian for delivery or take-out. As you wait for your food, get your dog a fresh bowl of water and play one of the many board games scattered around.

The next time you and your pup are in West Seattle and looking for something fun to do together, head to one of these top dog-friendly spots and enjoy the amenities that cater to people and dogs alike.

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