Tin Shed is one of The 15 Best Dog-Friendly Places in Portland.

1. Tin Shed

9.0
1438 NE Alberta St (at NE 14th Pl), Portland, OR
Breakfast Spot · King · 108 tips and reviews

QuirineQuirine: Kid and dog friendly

Brad M.Brad Mace: OK...I go to a ton of breakfast places and these guys are among the best! Why? 1. Not only dog friendly but dog loving! 2. Biscuits. A lot of places lay biscuit claims, Tin Shed owns biscuitness. Go!!

Maggie W.Maggie Williams: Big portions, dog friendly place. Bloody Mary was scrumptious . Hubby had good dog breakfast, I had delicious curry! The potato "cakes" (hash browns to me) were worth the 45 minute wait to be seated.

Lucky Labrador Beer Hall is one of The 15 Best Dog-Friendly Places in Portland.

2. Lucky Labrador Beer Hall

8.2
1945 NW Quimby St (at NW 20th Ave), Portland, OR
Brewery · Northwest District · 25 tips and reviews

Brian G.Brian G: Great beers, good people, ample bike parking inside and out,Dog friendly. Try a pint of super dog with a slice

Nicole K.Nicole Kasten: Good beer,Patio,Dog friendly,Kid friendly,Darts. Great place for a business meeting.

Sandy O.Sandy Obuck: Good pizza, salads, beer. Very nice dog friendly outdoor seating. Highly recommend!

Ex Novo Brewing is one of The 15 Best Dog-Friendly Places in Portland.

3. Ex Novo Brewing

9.1
2326 N Flint Ave (at NE Russell St), Portland, OR
Brewery · Eliot · 18 tips and reviews

Eric L.Eric Longstaff: Dog friendly

Alanna R.Alanna Risse: Kid friendly and dog friendly pub. Great place for a beer on a sunny day.

Alison R.Alison Raitt: Super dog friendly, great beer and a great grilled cheese! Loved this place!

Cartopia is one of The 15 Best Dog-Friendly Places in Portland.

4. Cartopia

8.4
1200 SE Hawthorne Blvd. (at SE 12th Ave.), Portland, OR
Street Food Gathering · Buckman · 36 tips and reviews

Sandy O.Sandy Obuck: PBJs Grilled has awesome sandwiches with almond butter and bacon, so good!! It has a really nice shaded, dog friendly seating area! Loved it! Great PDX food cart experience!

Jon T.Jon Tyburski: Very dangerous (in a good way) to be near Potato Champion around 2am.

VevoVevo: For the perfect show encore, and to stave off tomorrows rock hangover, follow the hungry mob to this shanty-town of food carts.

Cartlandia is one of The 15 Best Dog-Friendly Places in Portland.

5. Cartlandia

9.0
8145 SE 82nd Ave (Harney), Portland, OR
Food Truck · Brentwood-Darlington · 35 tips and reviews

Carol O.Carol Otis: New 6 cart food cart pod with bike services right off Springwater Corridor Bike Trail @SE 82nd. Big screen outdoor TV - beer avail. For Timbers road games. Kid and dog friendly. Great place in SE.

J C.J C: Go see TOM at the Anything Else (Thai good). Best drunken noodles and Thai iced tea and Thai coffee!!

Sharisse L.Sharisse Lee: The cupcakes are very good and there very big, which is worth it, the workers are nice and the Vietnamese food is great and the Mexican carts are delicious

Elizabeth Caruthers Park is one of The 15 Best Dog-Friendly Places in Portland.

6. Elizabeth Caruthers Park

8.6
0600 SW Gaines St (SW Bond Ave), Portland, OR
Park · South Portland · 5 tips and reviews

Andy N.Andy Newsom: dog-friendly. leash rule often ignored. lots of bag stations. also, check out rilassi nearby for a comfortable, dog friendly coffee house.

Michele F.Michele Flamer: Awesome place to live! Check out our cool eateries nearby for Pho, coffee and sushi.

Joseph D.Joseph Dumont: Nice water park to cool off.

Ruby Jewel Scoops is one of The 15 Best Dog-Friendly Places in Portland.

7. Ruby Jewel Scoops

9.1
3713 N Mississippi Ave (at N Beech St), Portland, OR
Ice Cream Shop · Boise · 55 tips and reviews

Josie D.Josie Day: And they"re dog friendly.

Ami K.Ami K-M: Good for standard flavored. Love ruby jewel as they're super nice and the ice cream sandwiches are always on point. Take time to taste flavors and you won't be disappointed. :)

Masha I.Masha Ioveva: Get the caramel with salted dark chocolate

Navarre is one of The 15 Best Dog-Friendly Places in Portland.

8. Navarre

8.7
10 NE 28th Ave (E Burnside), Portland, OR
Spanish Restaurant · Kerns · 18 tips and reviews

Kim L.Kim Loughnane: dog friendly area :)

Ellis H.Ellis Hamburger: Family style brunch was unbelievable. Great lamb with baked eggs, veggies, fresh baked bread, and more.

Gretchen G.Gretchen Gauss: Do the 'We Choose' it was spectacular!

Extracto Coffee House & Roastery is one of The 15 Best Dog-Friendly Places in Portland.

9. Extracto Coffee House & Roastery

8.4
2921 NE Killingsworth St (at NE 29th Ave), Portland, OR
Coffee Shop · Concordia · 37 tips and reviews

Phillip E.Phillip Emery: Understated, classy, friendly, and a great place to read, these guys roast and grind their own beans and are also dog friendly.

Henry K.Henry Kim: Probably one of the best roast writes in Portland. Loving the space and coffee.

AmyAmy: 4/16/13 wifi password is sillybird

Alder Food Carts is one of The 15 Best Dog-Friendly Places in Portland.

10. Alder Food Carts

9.0
SW 9th St. (at SW Alder St.), Portland, OR
Street Food Gathering · Downtown Portland · 50 tips and reviews

Anastasia B.Anastasia Belozertseva: Wake up early to get a bagel at Rescue Bagels. Hand rolled and absolutely delicious. Hurry, they usually run out of bagels way before the closing time (1PM).

Carlos O.Carlos Ortiz: Try the gyros on the egyptian cart on the corner of 9th & Alder...very good & spicy!

Danny N.Danny Nguyen: Check out the food!

KURE Juice Bar is one of The 15 Best Dog-Friendly Places in Portland.

11. KURE Juice Bar

9.0
4409 SE Hawthorne Blvd (at SE 44th), Portland, OR
Juice Bar · Sunnyside · 16 tips and reviews

Anyeley H.Anyeley Hallova: Everything is great! Top picks - Bowl of the Gods acai bowl and Liquid Sunshine juice. For kids - Ever Ever Land smoothie.

Jaered C.Jaered Croes: Bowl of the Gods is the greatest Acai bowl anywhere. The GODS, man. The Gods.

MLOMLO: Acái Bowls will take you back to the beaches of Rio. Never been to Rio? Take off your shoes, eat an acái bowl and pour a bottle of water on your head. It's like that, only different.

Muscadine is one of The 15 Best Dog-Friendly Places in Portland.

12. Muscadine

8.1
1465 NE Prescott St (Prescott And 15th), Portland, OR
Southern / Soul Food Restaurant · Sabin · 8 tips and reviews

Julie S.Julie Stewart: Great alternative to Tin Shed, just 2 blocks south down 14th Place to this hidden gem of alt Southern cooking! Dog friendly patio, and no waiting.

Tucker S.Tucker Stevenson: The BBQ Cup is amazing as well the Cochon. This place is rarely busy and a great option for southern brunch on the east side of Portland. Give it a try. Great flavor and great service.

Laura H.Laura Hall: Regional Southern food and recipes from the chef's family!

Grilled Cheese Grill is one of The 15 Best Dog-Friendly Places in Portland.

13. Grilled Cheese Grill

9.1
1027 NE Alberta St (at NE 11th Ave.), Portland, OR
Food Truck · King · 38 tips and reviews

Alison B.Alison Brashears: The gluten free bread is delicious here! And I love that they offer a gluten free brownie!

Justin M.Justin Morton: Grilled Cheese Grill and order the Cheesus Burger

dj clint kuperdj clint kuper: Sit in the bus! Great artwork above your head!

Stumptown Coffee Roasters is one of The 15 Best Dog-Friendly Places in Portland.

14. Stumptown Coffee Roasters

9.2
4525 SE Division St (at SE 45th Ave), Portland, OR
Coffee Shop · Richmond · 41 tips and reviews

Rian v.Rian van der Merwe: The quintessential Portland coffee experience. This isn't necessarily the best cappuccino in the city, but it's consistently really, really good, with a great vibe. A touristy place even locals like.

Steve B.Steve B: Cool local coffee shop. Love the lounge area near the glass roll up garage door.

Erin M.Erin Marshall: The coffee and the staff. The espresso comes perfectly paired with spring water. So good.

Mt. Tabor Park is one of The 15 Best Dog-Friendly Places in Portland.

15. Mt. Tabor Park

9.6
6000 SE Salmon St. (SE 60th Ave.), Portland, OR
Park · Mt. Tabor · 50 tips and reviews

Kim L.Kim Loughnane: great dog friendly place

Sky G.Sky Grady: I love going to the top with a blanket, walk a little ways down the hill, and looking over the city skyline with my lady and a bottle of wine! Another favorite spot is above the basket ball courts you

littlebluedoglittlebluedog: The 280 steps on the park's northeast side make up the longest public staircase in the city. Time your ascent from the base to the drinking fountain at the top!