PET FRIENDLY Brown University

PET FRIENDLY Brown University

75 Waterman Street
Providence, RI 2912

Founded in 1764, Brown University is one of the nine colonial colleges that were chartered before the American Revolution. In addition to the Alpert Medical School, School of Engineering, and School of Public Health, Brown is also affiliated with the Marine Biological Laboratory and the Rhode Island School of Design.

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Featured Pet-Friendly Hotels near Brown University

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The Westin Providence The Westin Providence

One West Exchange Street
Providence, RI 2903
One West Exchange Street
Providence, RI 2903

Pet Policy: The hotel is pet friendly and accepts dogs up to 25 pounds. There is a cleaning fee of $50 per room per stay. Pets may not be left unattended in guest rooms and guest must register their pet and sign our pet waiver upon check in. There will be a fee charged for any damages to the guest room.

Policy Confirmed: 02/11/2016 | Update this Pet Policy

Policy Confirmed: 02/11/2016

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Omni Providence Hotel Omni Providence Hotel

1 W Exchange St
Providence, RI 2903
1 W Exchange St
Providence, RI 2903

Pet Policy: The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check-in, or check-out. Breakfast fee: between USD 12 and USD 22 per person (approximately) Fee for in-room wireless Internet: USD 9.95 per 24-hour period (rates may vary) Fee for wireless Internet in public areas: USD 9.95 per 24-hour period (rates may vary) Self parking fee: USD 18 per night Valet parking fee: USD 28 per night (in/out privileges) Pet fee: USD 50.00 per accommodation, per stay Rollaway beds are available for an additional fee The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.

Policy Confirmed: 03/24/2018 | Update this Pet Policy

Policy Confirmed: 03/24/2018

Featured Pet-Friendly Restaurants & Cafes near Brown University

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Rogue Island

65 Weybosset Street,
Providence, RI
401-831-3733
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Love this eclectic menu: Banh Mi Mac & Cheese, Short Rib Grilled Cheese, Crab Cake with Black Garlic Aioli. To quench your thirst, choose from the 17 craft beers and ciders they have on tap, most from New England. Or order a cocktail made with spirits from a local distillery. Whatever you do, enjoy it with your best friend on their pet-friendly patio. Open Monday 4 to 11 p.m, Tuesday noon to 11 p.m, Wednesday through Friday noon to midnight, Saturday 9 a.m. to midnight, Sunday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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Costantino’s Venda Bar & Ristorante

275 Atwells Avenue,
Providence, RI
401-528-1100
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A wonderful trattoria style vibe with a beautiful pet-friendly outdoor seating area in front. Choose from a wide selection of pizzas, pasta, and classic Italian main courses. Quench your thirst with a beer, glass of wine, or one of their signature cocktails, like the Costantino Martini, made with house-infused pineapple vodka, white peach puree, and cranberry juice. Open Sunday through Thursday 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., Friday & Saturday 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Featured Pet-Friendly Bars near Brown University

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Nick-a-Nees

75 South Street,
Providence, RI
401-861-7290
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Total local dive bar with live music and a very pet friendly outdoor seating area (and honestly, they’re okay with dogs in the bar as well). Cheap beer, pub menu, good times!

Featured Pet-Friendly Dog Parks near Brown University

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Bell Street Dog Park

275 Ridge Street & Bell Street,
Providence, RI
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Fenced-in off leash dog park located behind the Bell Street Chapel. Poop bags provided. Open sunrise to 9 p.m.

Brown faculty have been involved in some interesting research on very different fronts involving pets. In one, researchers are working with Hasbro to design robotic dogs and cats to help older adults, particularly those beginning to suffer from dementia, to accomplish what should be simple tasks, like taking their medication. In another, a Brown researcher was involved in a study that shows that African wild dogs sneeze when they are ready to hunt; the more sneezes, the more likely the pack will hunt. Definitely doesn't work that way with our dogs; they always seem mildly surprised when they sneeze.

Brown, as well as the Rhode Island School of Design, is located in Providence, which is at the head of Narragansett Bay. It has the added charm of Providence River, which runs through the center of the city.

There are plenty of dog friendly bars and restaurants for you and your pooch to check out when you're visiting. We love the eclectic menu at Rogue Island, which includes Bahn Mi Mac & Cheese and Crab Cake with Black Garlic Aioli. Or let your pup get his inner Dalmatian on and go to Ladder 133 Bar & Grille http://www.ladder133.com. This restaurant located in a renovated firehouse has a fantastic pet friendly deck that offers a tasty pub style menu with twists, like Bang Bang Shrimp and Soft Truffle Pretzels.

And when you're done, walk it off at one of the many dog parks in Providence. Bell Street Dog Park is particularly nice, located right behind Bell Street Chapel, as is Waterman Street Dog Park, which has nice open spaces for Fido to do the crazy dog, as well as lovely wooded areas and paths.