Top dog-friendly restaurants in Montgomery County

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Who says you have to leave your furry friend home when going out to eat?

Take your pup out to eat at one of these dog-friendly outdoor seating restaurants. Valley Forge Tourism & Convention Board presents the best restaurants in Montgomery County that let you dine out with your dogs.

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Be Well Bakery & Café – Huntingdon Valley

A bakery that’s open for breakfast, lunch and dinner? It’s almost too good to be true at Be Well. The bakery and cafe specialize in creative healthy dishes and a variety of baked goods, many of which are gluten free. Dogs are welcome at the Bakery, where they provide picnic tables and benches outside for dogs and their owners.

Conshohocken Brewing Company – Bridgeport

The Brewpub features a three barrel brewing system to turn out creative, small batch beers. It also has a full kitchen, along with wine and liquor options. 14 taps, a knowledgeable staff, and semi-private sections available. Enjoy one of their beers and sit outside in their Beer Garden with your dog.

Shake Shack – King of Prussia

Shake Shack is a modern day “roadside” burger stand known for its delicious burgers, hot dogs, frozen custard, beer, wine and more. Shake Shack serves a doggie dessert called the Pooch-ini, a peanut butter and vanilla frozen custard, topped with two all natural shake shack dog biscuits.

Sly Fox Brewing Company – Pottstown

State-of-the-art regional craft production brewery with an adjoining tasting room. Dogs are allowed at the Sly Fox Tasting Room, where they are all about the craft beer. They offer a food menu including pizza, sandwiches, wings, and salads. Try a Pikeland Pils outside at one of their outdoor tables with your dog.

The Lucky Well – Ambler

Amber’s the Lucky Well is the signature restaurant for celebrity chef and Next Food Network Star competitor, Chad Rosenthal. The Lucky Well features four outside tables for you to enjoy a meal with your dog.

To read the full article with five more dog-friendly restaurants to try, go to valleyforge,org

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