The French Quarter, New Orleans, LA. Tutti, my english bulldog loves to spend his days here. Our first stop is the dog bakery to get treats. Our next stop is the flea market and farmers market to shop.If I need a treat we stop at Cafe du Monde for biegnets. Then we mosey on to Pirates Alley to view some art and maybe get a psychic reading. We always visit Marie Laveau's Voodoo Shop on St. Peters. Our last stop is Bourbon Street. The strip clubs are off limits for him but people watching is great. During Mardi Gras we dress in our favorite costume and walk in the dog parade.
LPK has an outdoor dining area that's very pet-friendly. They have dog bowls that they fill with water and bring to the table and they even served our pooch a platter of dog biscuits on real stoneware.
Hip and trendy bar in uptown New Orleans - a favorite among young, single lawyers, and their dogs. Close to the central business district, near the Mississippi River bridge (Crescent City Connection). Dogs and sometimes cats visit nightly, but there are specific pet nights too. Pictures of dogs adorn the walls.
A bakery just for dogs! (ok, there's stuff for cats, too.) Everything here is safe for your pooch to eat, plus toys, books, collars, you name it. We had a birthday party for a friend's dog there, including an "easter egg hunt" for treats, and Muppet loved it! (Though Baron and Dougal, her brothers, were a bit jealous of all the attention.) I believe they will deliver, and even have a doggie wedding cake. Fun!