Our favorite dog friendly spots
Roosevelts - located on Cherry Street
Roosevelts is a gastropub with a tap wall and inventive bites, plus TVs, Sunday brunch, and an outdoor patio. It has a comfortable wrap-around patio that's great for dog-owners.
Elgin Park - located in the Tulsa Arts District
Elin Park is a brewpub located directly across from ONEOK Field, home of the Tulsa Drillers and FC Tulsa of the USL Championship. The brewery features craft ales and pizza, as well as large outdoor seating that makes it a popular spot for fans of all sports.
Guthrie Green - located in the Tulsa Arts District
Guthrie Green is Tulsa's urban park with an expansive stage, restaurant and splash pad. It's perfect for residents and visitors looking to enjoy all the arts and culture Tulsa has to offer while taking in a bit of nature. Weekly events include concerts, movies and food truck Wednesdays.
Wild Fork - located in Utica Square
Wild Fork opened its doors in Utica Square in January of 2018. Offering global cuisine using fresh, natural ingredients, the restaurant has a courtyard patio seating area that is big and spacious. Dogs are welcome at outdoor tables, and celebrations happen here as well.
Welltown Brewing - located in the Tulsa Arts District
This is a great place to stop in Tulsa for a good beer. With an outdoor deck and spacious taproom, it's the perfect spot to hang out in the Arts and Deco District.
East Village Bohemian Pizzeria - located in Tulsa's East Village
East Village Bohemian Pizzeria is a quaint and cozy spot with a large outdoor patio in Tulsa that serves up wood-fired Neapolitan-style pizza with some of the most intricate toppings around. The menu also includes homemade pasta, salads, and desserts, all made from fresh and local ingredients. With a dog-friendly patio and an eclectic atmosphere, East Village Bohemian Pizzeria is perfect for any occasion!
Blue Moon Cafe - located in Brookside
This Tulsa-based breakfast restaurant has a European feel to it with its art walls and tiny details. They serve delicious breakfasts, from traditional eggs benedict to modern dishes, as well as lunch and brunch options. There is no bad choice here, as you can find something for everyone and your pooch has a saved seat out on the patio!
Quirky coffee shop with relaxing outdoor seating. Offers a variety of signature coffees and specialty drinks, as well as freshly baked pastries. The cozy café has eclectic mismatched furniture which includes an old Delman Theater sofa, along with tables and comfortable chairs. Bring your dog, cat, whatever - their patio is perfect!
Queenies - located in Utica Square
Queenie's has served breakfast, lunch, dinner and homemade desserts since 1983. Enjoy our Famous Chicken Salad or Grilled Cheese Sandwiches. They are a first come, first serve seat yourself kind of place and a favorite of Tulsa dog owners!
RBar - located in Brookside
Suitable for humans and dogs, this Tulsa favorite bar welcomes your leashed pup to enjoy all Brookside has to offer with you.
Benjamin Biscuit Acres Dog Park - located off of 91st between Sheridan and Yale
Biscuit Acres is a great place to let your pooch run free, as it features plenty of trails and a pond for them to enjoy. It's open Wednesday through Sunday from 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., and is adjacent to Hunter Park, one of Tulssa's quintessential stops on any dog lover's itinerary!
Joe Station Dog Park - located off of Charles Page Blvd.
Joe Station Dog Park is a huge park in Tulsa with separate areas for small and large dogs. It's open daily, usually from 5 a.m., and has plenty of amenities including drinking fountains and pools for dogs.
A forested park in Tulsa that offers a variety of trails for hikers of all levels. The park is known for its famous Turkey Mountain and the Arkansas River - perfect for dogs and owners alike!
Woodward Park - located off of 21st Street between Utica and Peoria
Helen Woodward, Tulsa's first female landowner, donated 45 acres of her property to the city in 1909 for use as a park and botanical garden. The gardens feature an extensive collection of roses, azalea shrubs, and other plants typical of Oklahoma's horticultural landscape. Walking trails wind through well-manicured gardens and a conservatory filled with exotic plants is open to the public during warm weather months.