Also, a lot of interesting research regarding pets in different ways has come out of Berkeley. In one study done by UC Berkeley and California State University, East Bay, it was found that while "helicopter parenting" might not be good for kids, it is for pets, who are so totally dependent on their owners for their well-being. In another study a researcher found that humans associate certain personality traits with different colored coats in cats, determining that orange tabby cats are generally thought to be friendly, tortoiseshells intolerant, and white cats aloof (wait, isn't that just a cat being a cat?).
Berkeley is a great town for food, and you’ve got plenty of pet friendly restaurants to choose from when you’re visiting. We love the heated patio at Stella Nonna Restaurant & Bar. Unless it’s raining, you know it will be open! It styles itself as American comfort food, and we know you’ll find something that will satisfy on their menu, from their Kennebec Fries served with a trio of aiolis for dipping, the Stella Chopped Salad, or their BBQ Shrimp Pizza.Café Leila has a beautiful garden patio and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. This is a great place to come if you’re looking for vegan breakfast options, and they serve breakfast until 3 p.m. They offer a tasty selection of sandwiches, burgers, and salads, as well as main courses with a Mediterranean flare, like the lamb kebab platter served with Greek salad, dolmas, and hummus.
And if you’re looking for a spot to have a beer or some a little more potent, swing by Acme Bar & Company. They’ve got more than 300 whiskies to choose from, as well as six rotating beer taps and a pet friendly patio where you and your best friend can relax.
And don’t miss the César Chávez Dog Park. This grassy off leash dog park has jaw-dropping views of the Golden Gate Bridge.
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