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Old 15-01-2012, 17:05   #1
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I suggest a topic where people could share info and list restaurants, bars and other places, where vlcaks are allowed or even welcome . It might be useful for people travelling with their dogs during holidays.

In Poland most places admit dogs to outdoor restaurants, but not many let them in, e.g. in winter.
Here is a list of a few that do.

Dog-friendly places in Krakow, Poland:

1. Salad Bar "Chimera" (Św. Anny Street 3)

2. "Karma" small vegetarian bistro/caffe (Krupnicza 8 )

3. "Piri-piri" - Portuguese restaurant (Na Błoniach 7)

3. "Skansen Smaków", Kryspinów near Krakow (traditional Tatra mountain food)


All these places have been tested by us and Lorka; human food is good and service pleasant - dogs get a bowl of water

PS Magda found one more dog- and children-friendly place:
5. "Piotruś Pan" (Babińskiego 2)
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Well, in our area dogs are allowed in most restaurant. No matter which breed. The list would be too long.

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I think it's mostly illegal for places that serve food to allow dogs inside in the USA. Some places allow them outdoors, but not all. The exception is if you have a service dog - they can be in all places if they are working. Great topic though!
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Hi Rona,

being a vegetarian restaurant I wouldn't consider the "Karma" as dog friendly...
Anyway, as Ina already wrote especially in our area I hardly know any restaurant or pub where you can't take your dog regardless what breed.
But the the same goes more or less for the rest of Germany.
I made the same experience in France, Austria and the Czech Republic.
Last year we were with 52 dogs (all kind of breeds and 5 or 6 wolfdogs) in a restaurant after a hike in the mountains.

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Anyway, as Ina already wrote especially in our area I hardly know any restaurant or pub where you can't take your dog regardless what breed.
But the the same goes more or less for the rest of Germany.

I made the same experience in France, Austria and the Czech Republic.
Last year we were with 52 dogs (all kind of breeds and 5 or 6 wolfdogs) in a restaurant after a hike in the mountains.
Aren't you lucky!!!
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There are a few places I know of that have a pet friendly night where pets are welcome, but they are special events only. Otherwise most state laws bar animals in places selling or preparing foods. As Marcy said, service dogs are an exception, although there are limitations to their handler's access rights too.
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There are a few places I know of that have a pet friendly night where pets are welcome, but they are special events only. Otherwise most state laws bar animals in places selling or preparing foods. As Marcy said, service dogs are an exception, although there are limitations to their handler's access rights too.
Hi,

that sounds terrible.
What do you do when you go hiking with your dogs?
In my area hardly anybody would go hiking without stopping off in a hut, restaurant or lodge for food and drinks.
Seriously, what do you do?

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Like in Finland, dog are not welcome to restaurant at all.

You take your own food and drinks whit you...
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Hi,
that sounds terrible.
What do you do when you go hiking with your dogs?
In my area hardly anybody would go hiking without stopping off in a hut, restaurant or lodge for food and drinks.
Seriously, what do you do?
Only now can you appreciate how lucky you are!
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As my mother used to comment when we lived in Germany - dogs seen in public there were, in general, much better socialized and behaved than dogs seen in public in the US, as they were allowed much more access to different situations. You wouldn't dream of seeing a dog in most indoor public places here. We have just a few stores where we can socialize - pet stores, feed stores and some stores that sell construction supplies. Mostly, if we go in a restaurant, our dogs must be left at home, or left in the car (which is impossible for much of the year in my warm state). When hiking, we always take our own food...and being America, there usually is a McDonalds within 15 minutes from any destination with a drive-thru service window if you get in a pinch. When you go in the city, you see more restaurants with outdoor seating areas - some allow dogs.
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Hello Michael,

As others say you have to bring your own food or do take out.. Back packing maybe and ask the dog to carry some..

Actually at least in the state of California, dogs are not even allowed in outside open air farmers' markets by public health officials.
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