Ocho at Hotel Havana 1015 Navarro St., (210) 222-2008, havanasanantonio.com
Grab breakfast or lunch with Fido during your staycation at Hotel Havana's riverside restaurant and lounge.
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The Hangar 8203 Broadway, (210) 824-2700, thehangarsa.com
Enjoy a cold beer while hanging out with your loyal friend at the Hangar's dog park.
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La Gloria 100 E Grayson St., (210) 267-9040, chefjohnnyhernandez.com
The pup can partake in your trip to La Gloria when you dine al fresco.
Photo via Facebook (La Gloria)
The Hoppy Monk 1010 N. Loop 1604 E., (210) 545 - 3330, thehoppymonk.com
The Hoppy Monk offers a huge selection of beers on tap and an upbeat atmosphere where you can celebrate life with your doggo.
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Lee's El Taco Garage 8403 Broadway, (210) 826-4405, facebook.com/leeseltacogarage
Pickup the pup after work and hit up Taco Garage for breakfast-to-dinner Tex-Mex eats.
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The Friendly Spot 943 S Alamo St., (210) 224-2337, thefriendlyspot.com
This pet-friendly ice house is an icon in the hip and happenin' Southtown neighborhood.
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Tycoon Flats 2926 N. Saint Mary's St., (210) 320-0819, flatsisback.com
Even your dog is a tycoon at Flats, a classical burger joint and beer garden situated on the Saint Mary's strip.
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Boiler House 312 Pearl Pkwy., (210) 354-4644, boilerhousesa.com
Don't exclude your canine companion from a special dinner at the Boiler House, a historical venue housed in the Pearl Brewery.
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Viva Tacoland 103 W Grayson St., (210) 368-2443, vivatacoland.com
Chill with your pooch on Tacoland's cool, open-air patio.
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Cascabel Mexican Patio 1000 S. Saint Mary's St., (210) 212-6456
Visit this colorful spot for home-style Mexican eats on a sunny day with Spike.
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Tom Slick Park 7400 Texas 151 Access Road, (210) 207-7275, sanantonio.gov
Explore the outdoors with your four-legged friend at Tom Slick Park, a local standby for fresh air, sunshine and exercise.
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Blue Box 312 Pearl Pkwy., (210) 227-2583, blueboxbar.com
End a riverside stroll with the pup at Blue Box, a sleek bar where you can sip on a classic cocktail in a modern-industrial setting.
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The Luxury 103 E. Jones Ave., (210) 354-2274, facebook.com/theluxury
Plan a trip with your furry babies to the Luxury, a funky outside space where the adults can split a pitcher of craft beer while the puppers play. But, be patient - the restaurant is temporarily closed for renovations.
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Freetail Brewing Co. 2000 S. Presa St., (210) 395-4974, freetailbrewing.com
Make a date with your doggo during an event at Freetail Brewing's taproom.
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The Granary 'Cue & Brew 602 Avenue A., (210) 228-0124, thegranarysa.com
Sneak your fuzzy friend a tasty morsel at the Granary 'Cue & Brew, a cozy joint dishing out barbecue staples and specialty microbrews.
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The Cove 606 W. Cypress St., (210) 227-2683, thecove.us
Let your dog off the leash in the Cove's dog park while you catch a live music show or just chat with friends over a beer and a couple fish tacos.
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Madhatters Tea House and Cafe 320 Beauregard St., (210) 212-4832, madhatterstea.com
It's teatime with your favorite buddy at this Southtown spot featuring breakfast, lunch and brunch.
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The Official San Antonio Flying Saucer 11255 Huebner Road, (210) 696-5080, beerknurd.com
Roll up to the Flying Saucer with Rover to sample one of over 200 global brews on the tavern's inviting patio.
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Phil Hardberger Park East 13203 Blanco Road, (210) 207-3284, philhardbergerpark.org
Your canine will love roaming around Phil Hardberger Park, a former dairy farm turned recreational space featuring historic buildings, nature walks and picnicking areas. Just remember to obey leash laws.
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Alamo Street Eat Bar 609 S. Alamo St., (210) 227-2469, alamostreeteatbar.com
Wind down after a long ca-nine to five at Alamo Street Eat Bar, a food truck park with brews on tap and diverse eats from vendors like Chris Callums Attaboy Burgers and Where YAt Third Coast Kitchen.
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McAllister Dog Park 13000 Jones Maltsberger Road, (210) 207-3121, sanantonio.gov
Play off-leash at this fun, fenced-in dog park spanning over 1.5 acres.
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Fralo's 23651 W. IH-10, (210) 698-6616, fralos.com
Bond with your furry bud while dining under oak trees at Fralo's, a spot for hand-tossed pizza, booze and live music.
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Green Vegetarian Cuisine 200 E. Grayson St., (210) 320-5865, eatatgreen.com
Green keeps tails waggin' with vegetarian and vegan takes on classical comfort dishes in chill digs.
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GS 1221 1221 Broadway, (210) 251-3184, gs1221.com
Try out a new brew at this hip, modern spot for growler refills and craft beer pints. Make new friends with Fido on the roomy patio.
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Stella Public House 1414 S. Alamo St., (210) 277-7047, stellapublichouse.com
Reward the doggo - and yourself - after a long walk around the Blue Star Arts Complex with house-made cheese and a craft brew from Stella's rotating selection.
Photo via Facebook (James Silva)
Faust Tavern 517 E Woodlawn Ave., (210) 257-0628, facebook.com/thefausttavern
Faust is a cozy, little hellhole perfect for stupid-cheap wells drinks and playtime with your pet.
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Candlelight Coffee House 3011 N. Saint Mary's St., (210) 738-0099, candlelightsa.com
Refuel with a caffeinated beverage as you soak in the outdoor atmosphere of this eclectic coffee shop alongside your canine companion.
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King's Hwy Brew & Q 1012 N. Flores, (210) 277-7174, kingshwybnq.com
Swing by King's Hwy Brew & Q with the pup in tow for delectable 'cue found in the San Pedro Creek neighborhood.