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Local Dog-Friendly Restaurants

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Welcome to South Florida. This is dog country, dog gone it, so why can't you have brunch with your bulldog, lunch with your lab, or dinner with your Doberman?

Well, you can. Here is a list of outdoor restaurants that are open to interspecies dining so you finally have a spot to take your Dalmatian, eat a pita with your Akita, have a souffle with your Shar-Pei, or just enjoy a meal with your mutt. Thanks to dogfriendly.com for the information.

Beverly Hills Cafe - 5544 S. Flamingo Rd., Cooper City.
Java of Merrick Park - 380 San Lorenzo Ave., Coral Gables.
Bayside Seafood Restaurant - 3501 Rickenbacker Cswy., Key Biscayne.
Bal Harbour Bistro - 9700 Collins Ave., Miami.
Catalina Hotel and Beach Club - 1732-1756 Collins Ave., Miami.
Groovy's Pizza - 3030 Grand Ave., Miami.
Johnny Rockets - 3036 Grand Ave., Miami.
Mambo Cafe - 3105 Commodore Plz  Miami.
Senor Frog's - 3008 Grand Ave., Miami.
Smoothie King - 1010 S Miami Ave,. Miami.
Smoothie King - 6637 S Dixie Hwy., Miami.
Tutto Pasta - 1751 SW Third Ave., Miami.
Cafeteria
- 546 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach.
Fratelli la Bufala - 437 Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Les Deux Fontaines - 1230 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach.
Nexxt Cafe - 700 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach.
Sushi Rock Cafe - 1351 Collins Ave., Miami Beach.
Taste Bakery Cafe - 900 Alton Rd., Miami Beach.
Van Dyke Cafe - 1641 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach.
World Resources Cafe - 719 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach.
Beverly Hills Cafe - 7321 Miami Lakes Dr., Miami Lakes.

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