East Village/Bleeker Street
One of the best restaurants/bars/coffee shop to cozy up with your pet, they even boast cushioned pews for cats (and doggies) to cap nap while you are eating. It's a great place to brunch on weekends, or spend the afternoon on your computer, as well as happy hour with your pooch.
270 Third Ave btw Union and President Streets
This is just what the vet ordered! It's cozy, classic-American themed spot where you can enjoy an outdoor grilling area, and/or the jukebox inside. It's the perfect place to unwind after a hard day's work outside the home while bringing your pup along.
Bocce's Bakery Biscuit Bike
at NYC dog parks
If you give a dog a bone from the bakery's bicycle , he's going to want, well, a whole lot more. New York pups are notoriously know to love the all-natural gourmet flavors like PB&J, truffle mac and cheese, and even lobster roll. You can find them rolling around all NYC dog parks, but if you want to find their exact location for the day, follow them on Twitter! Brilliant!
Chelsea/ West 26th btw Sixth and Seventh Ave
This is a mellow, dimly lit establishment complimented by huge hanging mirrors that serves cocktails as stiff as the dark wood paneling. The staff loves to stop and pay you pooch a pan on the head or two.
1678 Third Avenue (at 94th Street)
In the mood for comfort food? This doggie-themed diner welcomes your pet to join you for a delicious classic-American meal. They even have a dog-height water fountain for when he gets thirsty.
118 Tenth Avenue, between 17th and 18th Streets
Known mostly for it's late night club scene, during the daytime, cats and canines can hang on the shady sidewalk patio at the giant converted taxi garage for brunch. Afterwards, you can cross the West Side Highway to play at the park.
Once upon a Tart
135 Sullivan Street, between Houston and Prince Streets
A delectable pastry shop that encourages lazy latte-sipping on their 'porch'. Here you can spend the afternoon enjoying treats and basking in the sun with your pooch.
Boat Basin Cafe
Bring your furry friend to this waterside restaurant and dine on some delicious foods both of you can enjoy. It's a great way to give both you and your pup the fresh air you desire.
Shake Shack is no longer just a craze for people, but for your pets. Now while you're waiting in line, you can socialize with the other dog owners and your dog with other patient pups waiting for a bite of their doggie menu.
Cornelia Street Cafe
Get funky with your furry friend at these unique cafe. Everything served up is delicious and your best friends will happily lay beside you at the curbside tables.
Cinema Cafe On 34th
This cafe is almost cooler than the movies themselves, especially since your doggie can join you curbside for lunch.
Parnell's Pub & Restaurant
Grab a pint with man's best friend over at this Irish pub. Your pooch can side beside you in the cozy outdoor seating area.
Everyone knows how important family is in Italian culture and that includes your special pup. From the moment you enter the door, everyone is treated like a member of their family, which includes your dog. Each furry friend is greeted with a bowl of water along with your glass.
The Bean is the perfect place to make a pit stop before taking your furry companion on a long walk. This is a dog-friendly coffee bar and we all know places like these are scarce in the big city. Did I mention the free wi-fi?
If you're walking down in the East Village with your pup and your tummies rumble, stop here for some great Italian bites. This a great place for people watching while you wait for your food and some known celebs are amongst them.
Posto Thin Crust Pizza
Grab a pizza for two with your dog. He'll thank you for this outdoor seating experience.
Everyone's been to a Serafina in New York; they are kinda hard to miss, but have your dogs been to Serafina? The Broadway restaurant allows you to dine with your companions at their sidewalk tables.
Ayza Wine & Chocolate Bar
This restaurant has three of your favorite things; wine, chocolate, and your pooch. Sure, chocolate is not a friend to dogs, but dog lovers can enjoy it beside them at their outdoor tables.
Deluxe on Broadway
Never wait for a table at this great eatery. Take your pup and walk up to one of their outdoor tables to order a delicious breakfast, which will be sure to jump start your day.
Bottega Del Vino
7 East 59 Street (corner of 5th Avenue)
This trendy Italian restaurant is where all of the dog lovers go. Your pup will be welcomed with open arms ready to pet and fuss. Of course, the wine list is to be noted.
Known for its friendly service; Covo is definitely a go-to pizza place.
El Toro Blanco
257 Sixth Avenue
Mexican restaurant and Tequila bar open for lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch. Great outdoor seating available for dining with your furry friend.
112 Seventh Avenue
Enjoy great people watching and a seasonally updated menu at the dog-friendly sidewalk cafe of this Contemporary American Chelsea restaurant.
253 West Eleventh Street
A West Village institution for over 20 years, Tartine has been serving simple and tasty dishes in a friendly neighborhood atmosphere. This French bakery bistro is pet-friendly on the patio.
211 Waverly Place
A rustic Italian trattoria in the heart of Greenwich Village. Sit outside and dine with Fido.
Bistro Chat Noir
22 East 66th Street
This intimate French restaurant resides in a quaint townhouse. Upon arrival, you and your pet can pretend you live in Paris as you order any number of classic and delectable French dishes.