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Restaurants in Paso Robles that have dog-friendly patios for your furry friend.

–Looking for restaurants with pet-friendly patios in Paso Robles? Well, you are in luck because Paso Robles has lots of options for bringing your furry companion along with you. Check out our list of the best places to grab a bite with Fido in-tow.

Thomas Hill Organics

Thomas Hill Organics is a popular downtown Paso Robles restaurant that has an outdoor patio covered with heating lamps which makes it a comfortable setting for dogs. Thomas Hill serves up organic, regionally-produced food, working with local purveyors for our poultry, fish and grass-fed beef, lamb and exotic meats. The company said in a statement. “Nearby farmers provide all fruits and vegetables, which are always straight-from-the-earth fresh, and our breads are crafted by local bakers who are celebrated artisans of their trade.” Located at 1313 Park Street in Paso Robles. Call (805) 226-5888 or visit

Springside Cafe

The fenced patio at Springside Cafe welcomes dogs. They offer breakfast, lunch, and dinner throughout the week including a variety of dishes and cuisine such as omelets, blueberry pancakes, French toast, handcrafted burgers, tuna melts, coconut shrimp, sautéed scallops, chicken Marsala, beef stroganoff, and more. Located at 1646 Spring Street in Paso Robles. Call (805) 238-2629 or visit

Firestone Walker Taproom

Firestone Walker Taproom is the perfect spot to grab a few locally produced beers, a bite to eat, and hang with your furry friend on their dog-friendly outdoor patio. They offer a diverse selection of beers on tap, and a food menu with items like drunken shrimp, fish tacos, flat-iron steak, baby back ribs, and Margherita pizza. Located at 1400 Ramada Dr in Paso Robles. Call (805) 225-5913 or visit

Fish Gaucho

Fish Gaucho is a delicious, upscale California-Mexican restaurant with a pet-friendly patio. “Exceptional seafood. Immaculate attention to detail. Phenomenal mixed drinks. Synchronize service. Things were so perfect I questioned if they were real?” said Google reviewer Matthew Kohen. They also offer a full and diverse Tequila bar. Located at 1244 Park Street in Downtown Paso Robles. Call (805) 239–3333 or visit

BL Brasserie

Formerly Bistro Laurent, BL Brasserie is a French bistro restaurant and wine bar in downtown Paso Robles that offers a five-course tasting menu and entrees that include crispy crab risotto, roasted organic pork chops, and filet of beef. Dogs are welcome near the railing of the patio. The bistro is located at 1202 Pine St. in Paso Robles. Call (805) 226-8191 or visit

The Catch

The Catch Seafood Bar and Grill is a favorite spot for locals and tourists alike. Dog owners can dig into Fish and Chips alongside their furry friend at one of their six outdoor tables. The menu includes appetizers, chowder, pasta dishes, burgers, fresh seafood, calamari steak, popcorn shrimp, and more. “Went for dinner and I wasn’t disappointed. Great selection of seafood, great atmosphere, fantastic staff and excellent chef’s! I would recommend sitting at the bar!” said Google reviewer Deana Costello. Located at 836 11th St. in Paso Robles. Call (805) 239-3332 or visit

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Editor’s note: The Best of Paso Robles is a special section of the Paso Robles Daily News. This article recommends the dog-friendly restaurants in Paso Robles and surrounding areas that our writers and editors recommend. If you would like to suggest a local business for consideration on the Best of Paso Robles series, click here to contact the Paso Robles Daily News, or call Access Publishing at (805) 226-9890.

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