IT’S A Pawty on the Patio AT “THE BEST DOG-FRIENDLY RESTAURANT”, 7 MILE HOUSE

IT’S A Pawty on the Patio AT “THE BEST DOG-FRIENDLY RESTAURANT”, 7 MILE HOUSE

It’s no secret that San Francisco is a city of dog lovers, where dogs easily outnumber children. But where can parents of four-legged children go to throw their pup a pawty?  Lucky for us, 7 Mile House (a family and dog-friendly restaurant, sports bar, and live music venue), has created party packages for dogs to celebrate milestones with their friends and family!

Winner of SFWeekly’s 2017 Reader’s Poll for Best Dog-Friendly Restaurant, 7 Mile House has photo booth banners, party hats, and lots of treats make this a destination for any dog parent. They even give dogs who turn 3 years old, err 21 years old in human years, a free dog-friendly beer to celebrate!. The heated, covered patio, is a comfortable place to bring dogs out for a meal or drink, and their location close to several dog-friendly public parks makes it easily accessible for many locals.

Located off the 101 Freeway, and just 15 minutes from downtown San Francisco, they are the only mile house left standing in its original location, and have been open for 160 years. Stop by for ‘Yappy Hour’, Monday – Friday, 6-9pm; dogs get a free peanut butter biscuit. Get a V.I.D. card and your pup’s 5th meal is free plus $1 of every dog meal purchased is donated to Mighty Mutts Rescue of Brisbane.

7 Mile House
2800 Bayshore Blvd.
Brisbane, CA 94005

415-467-2343 (Call ahead for reservations)

www.7milehouse.com

@7milehouse

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