Motorcycle and ATV racing and the dog is allowed to get down and get dirty, too (if he is on a leash). We don't want him trying to bury a piece of pizza on the track...the riders are ages 4 - 54 years old...the website is www.victory-sports.com and we will meet you in several different states in the southeast.
Located right on the Virginia-Tennessee border, pet friendly Macado’s has some of the best American style cuisine in Bristol. Friendly servers dish out gourmet burgers, hot dogs, and sandwiches every day. Their menu also boasts a delicious pastrami reuben, and a bunch of different healthy wraps. For dessert, they have mud pies, milkshakes, and everything in between. Can’t bear to part with your furry friend? Macado’s pet friendly seating area is perfect for hungry dog owners.
The Up/Down Coffee Bar is located in the Moxy Chattanooga Downtown Hotel. Its menu includes Nitro Cold Brew, Nitro Shandy, and Cappuccino. Also Squeeze of the Day (a refreshing blend of nitro cold brew and lemonade) and The Mellow Latte (a low-key lavender marshmallow latte) as well as Chow Downs such as PBB (peanut butter & banana) Waffle Sammie BLTs. They also offer alcohol including a Gin Flour Sour and The Nutty Irish. You and your best friend will be pleasantly pleased.
Doggie bakery and specialty store. They have food, treats, outfits, bowls, leashes, beds, t-shirts, key chains, everything. They are located on the Frazier strip right above Coolidge Park across the river from downtown. Dogs are allowed in and around Coolidge Park and there are a lot of places to walk / jog. Very pet friendly little community.
The Bar Moxy, located in the Moxy Chattanooga Downtown Hotel, offers a wide variety of food including signature flats, noshes such as BBQ Pork Walking Taco, NotYo Cheesy Chick Walking Taco, and Egg Bacon Cheese Bagel. It also serves up a bevy of cocktails (Got Moxy, Flash on Freek and Mocha Latte Martini, to name a few), as well as a diversified selection beers and wines. And, of course, it welcomes your 4-footed friend.
Over 40 breeds of bird dog portraits, art, displays, various exhibits and a gift shop presented for you and your dog to enjoy. Dogs eat this stuff up. Curiously, Abstract Expressionism leaves them cold.
Cherokee Park is located in Knoxville, Tennessee- 1 to 1.5 miles past the University of Tennessee campus on Kingston Pike (I believe the actual street name is Cherokee Blvd.). The park's backdrop is the Tennessee River, which many dogs take pleasure in swimming in, along with tons of wide open spaces for dogs to run. On any given day (especially weekends) you will find people bring their dogs to this park. It is the most pet-friendly place in Knoxville!