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The Lazy Tulip Café is all about making it easier for you to eat mindfully. Their focus is on fresh, well-sourced food, with lots of healthy options that will suit anyone's taste buds. That includes a number of vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options, so people with all kinds of dietary needs can feel welcomed. Explore the menu with your furry friend by choosing one of the outdoor seats, where you can eat with your dog.
Slightly northwest of Barrie, in Minesing, you'll find The Fry Guy, a food truck-style location that's been serving up delicious fries in all kinds of styles for over 25 years. Their fries are legendary throughout Barrie and beyond, and they also have a menu that includes plenty of other products, such as chicken strips, sausage, corn beef, and more. Because it's run "food truck style," there is no indoor dining, so your furry friend is welcome to join you as you eat.
The tagline at Common Good Café & Social House is "Good food, drink, and conversation." Common Good wants to inspire you to have great connections with other people, providing an environment where you can bring others and explore new experiences. They specialize in quality brunch products, primarily modern Canadian cuisine with a pronounced French influence. If you're interested in bringing your dog, there's an outdoor seating area where you can enjoy some time with your furry friend.
As a unique waterfront location, The Farmhouse boasts gorgeous views and delicious food all day, including breakfast in the morning and lunch or dinner throughout the rest of the day. This makes it a great destination for special occasions, including wedding brunches, fun dates, or even just family get-togethers. Plus, you can also bring your dog along with you as long as you sit at one of the outdoor tables.
This fun local pub believes that exploring local beer opportunities can be enjoyable for everyone. They bring that local sense of exploration to everything they do, from their beer selection to their menu to their location. With an eclectic sense of interior decoration that reflects the uniqueness within the menu, you're sure to find something to love here. The very large outdoor patio is dog-friendly, so you and your dog can explore the food at this pub together.
When you're exploring the city with your dog, you should make time for your dog to eat out with you, and these locations are the perfect spot to do that. However, note that these restaurants only accept "well-behaved" dogs on their patio. If your dog cannot stay under your control, they may ask you to leave. If you're looking for help in keeping your dog calm while you're out around large crowds of people, book a virtual vet appointment with Vetster to get assistance with your dog's needs.
During the holidays we spend time with family, friends, and our pets. As an attentive pet parent, enjoying the holidays with your family pets might include managing your pet’s health and medications, caring for your senior pets, and being prepared for all the potential pet emergencies that can happen during the holiday festivities...