Top 5 Dog Friendly Restaurants
Whether you are setting off on your adventures for the day, or ready to wind down, a delicious, relaxing meal is sure to keep you going in the right direction. We’ve taken the stress out of dining with your pet by listing five of the wonderful places to eat out while in Nevada County. Bon appetit!
Broad Street Bistro & Coffee: Situated right in downtown Nevada City, Broad Street Bistro is the perfect place to grab a coffee or a healthy bite to eat. This café features displays of local artwork, free Wi-Fi access, and a large, sunny patio area where dogs are welcome!
Three Forks Bakery and Brewing Company: Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Three Forks sources much of its food from local organic producers. The outdoor patio is no longer dog friendly, but there’s doggie parking outside the restaurant with leash hook ups if you want an award winning beer on tap.
Ol Republic Roadhouse: Only 5 miles up Highway 20, the outdoor patio is a great place to bring the dog and sit under the towering pines and have a craft beer and burger.
California Organics: Enjoy the outdoor patio with a fresh squeeze juice, beer & wine or a sandwich with the curried coleslaw.
Pine Street Burgers: Located in historic Grass Valley, Pine Street Burgers offers a lovely, casual dining experience. With an extensive menu of all natural burgers, fries, hot dogs, wraps, and shakes, you will certainly find something to satisfy your hunger! A small patio out front welcomes four legged friends.
Spring Street Market: The market in downtown Nevada City offers a great deli counter and an out of the way patio in the back that’s perfect for a pit stop while out and about in downtown Nevada City.
Additional options in Nevada City & Grass Valley
Grass Valley Brewery
Thirsty Barrel Tap House
Tofanelli’s Gold Country Bistro
Jernigan’s (dogs welcome outside, but please note that no beer allowed outside).