The Flying Star Cafe 4501 Juan Tabo Blvd. N.E, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Casual dining with a special patio for diners and dogs with a great view of the Sandia Crest.. There are hitches on the covered patio supports for leashes, a big horse watering trough and a bin of dog cookies inside the front door. The Rio Grande location (4026 Rio Grande Blvd. NW) has a great out door area for dogs and a place to tie up your horse if you ride over.
Kelly's has a huge outdoor patio right on Central Avenue near Nob Hill/UNM and they are VERY dog-friendly. Dogs are only allowed on the patio, but they bring water for your pooch and you can order dog food along with your burger. They brew have 18-20 of their own beers on tap, sometimes the quality is a bit uneven, but the price can't be beat at $2.50 a pint.
Red Door Brewing Company is dog-friendly, with a modern industrial vibe and snacks available from outside food trucks. Dogs are allowed inside at the bar, and sports fans can enjoy events on the venue's large-screen televisions.
Pars offers Persian and Mediterranean cuisine, a hookah bar, regular belly dancers and traditional Middle Eastern music. Well-mannered leashed dogs are allowed in the outdoor seating area, and bowls of water for your dog are available upon request.
ACEQ is a family-owned, farm-to-table restaurant located in the Arroyo Seco Plaza, serving their own interpretation of comfort food and utilizing the best in local, wild, and farm fresh ingredients. The menu features contemporary takes on old classics, house-made specialties, and craveable desserts that will change with the seasons. ACEQ is a dog friendly restaurant.