@IndytheGoldendoodle and @LunatheWonderBeagle at Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta, Georgia
Where to Eat
Brewhouse Café – Little Five Points
The English-style pub Brewhouse Cafe offers such favorites as bangers and mash along with a variety of beers. Come by to watch your favorite soccer, rugby or cricket team, and be sure to bring your pup along.
Bucket Shop Café – Buckhead
Located right across from Lenox Mall, the Bucket Shop is the best sports bar in Buckhead to catch the big game or meet up for a happy hour. Their newly renovated patio is the perfect spot for you and your pets to enjoy a bite to eat and drink. You must be 18+ to enter, and they are open daily until 3 a.m., so grab a late-night snack or cocktails here.
Café Intermezzo – Midtown
A European-style coffeehouse, Café Intermezzo offers more than 800 beverages and 70 pastries, plus crêpes, burgers and more. The patio is perfect for you and your pup!
Grindhouse Killer Burgers - Midtown
If you love burgers, add Grindhouse Killer Burgers to your list. From Hillbilly to Yankee-style, Grindhouse has a burger for everyone. Bring Fido and enjoy your burger on the patio.
Park Tavern – Midtown
Once you and your pup have played hard at the Piedmont Dog Park, head on over to the Park Tavern patio for a refreshing beverage and some appetizers or sushi.
Treehouse Pub – Buckhead
Surrounded by beautiful old trees and a cozy deck accented by plants, you may actually feel like you are high up in the trees at Treehouse Pub! Peachtree Hills’ hidden gem blends delicious food and a casual atmosphere.
Places to Stay
Home2Suites by Hilton – Downtown
Home2 Suites by Hilton Atlanta Downtown is a modern hotel with historic charm. Near Centennial Olympic Park, the hotel is steps away from the World of Coca-Cola and Georgia Aquarium. Pro sports fans will love the location near Mercedes-Benz Stadium for Falcons football and State Farm Arena for Hawks basketball. Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (ATL) is just 10 miles away.
Loews Atlanta Hotel – Midtown
Loews Atlanta Hotel is situated right in the heart of Midtown, near Piedmont Park, with easy access to all the city has to offer. The hotel restaurant, Saltwood, and spa, exhale Spa, give you two great reasons to spend more time in the hotel than you had originally planned.
Pet Guidelines: Up to two dogs per room; additional fee of $75 per stay.
Crowne Plaza Atlanta – Midtown
Perfectly situated between Downtown and Buckhead, the Crowne Plaza Atlanta Midtown is the ideal location for those in town for business and pleasure. A wonderful compliment to the Atlanta city vibe, updated features bring the excitement of the street right into the lobby of the hotel.
Bonus: Doggie treats and waste bags
Pup Guidelines: Maximum weight – 50 pounds; $75 non-refundable fee added to stay.
Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta - Midtown
Located in the heart of Atlanta’s Midtown district, Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta offers a great view of the city skyline and award-winning cuisine. When it’s time to relax, enjoy one of the hotel’s many spa treatment packages.
Pet Guidelines: Pets under 35 pounds are welcome.
Pet Perk: Each pet receives a house-made biscuit and a water bowl at check-in.
Grand Hyatt Atlanta – Buckhead
Located on Peachtree Street in the heart of Atlanta's Buckhead neighborhood, Grand Hyatt Atlanta is within walking distance to shopping, dining and entertainment.
Pup Guidelines: Maximum weight – 50 pounds or two dogs under combined weight of 75 pounds; $100 fee per stay for up to six nights
Pet Perks: The Grand Hyatt Atlanta offers hypoallergenic pet beds, pet bowls, welcome treats and an in-room dining doggie menu.
Hotel Indigo Atlanta Midtown – Midtown
This pet-friendly hotel even has its own live-in furry resident, Indie. With vibrant, colorful hues, elegant furnishings and an inspiring, artistic flair, the Hotel Indigo Atlanta Midtown hotel is no ordinary hotel. It is also located within walking distance of most Midtown gems.
Pup Guidelines: All well-behaved pets are welcome with a $25 nonrefundable fee per night, per room, up to a maximum of $100. Service animals are exempt from the fee.
Hotel Indigo Atlanta Downtown – Downtown
From the curved, glass-and-steel staircase that greets you in the lobby to the sleek guest rooms, nods to John Portman’s midcentury design merge seamlessly with the latest technology and amenities at the Hotel Indigo Atlanta Downtown.
Pup Guidelines: $75 fee charged per stay. Dogs must be 40 pounds or less. Pet fee doesn't apply to service dogs.
Hilton Atlanta – Downtown
Located in the heart of downtown Atlanta, the Hilton Atlanta provides easy access to local attractions and restaurants. The Hilton offers extensive meeting space, comfortable guestrooms and three unique dining options.
Pup Guidelines: Maximum weight – 75 pounds, $50 nonrefundable deposit
Courtland Grand Hotel
Perfect for business or leisure travelers, the Courtland Grand Hotel offers guests the perfect downtown Atlanta location. While you are there, enjoy the unique garden courtyard pool underneath a retractable glass rooftop.
Pup Guidelines: Limit two dogs; maximum weight – 40 pounds per room; $50 non-refundable pet fee per room per stay
W Atlanta – Downtown
Located in Downtown, the W Atlanta has a P.A.W. (Pets Are Welcome) Program, and happily welcomes your four-legged friend. It also enhances your pup’s stay with a custom pet bed, pet toys, and a turndown treat.
Pup Guidelines: Up to two pets are welcome; maximum weight - 40 pounds; $100 cleaning fee per room per night.
Things to Do
Enjoy the Views in Centennial Olympic Park
This 21-acre park serves as Georgia’s lasting legacy of the Centennial Olympic Games. Centennial Olympic Park also offers great views of the city and plenty of greenspace.
Find All of the #TinyDoorsATL
#TinyDoorsATL is an art project that brings big wonder to tiny spaces. The constantly evolving installation pieces are an interactive part of Atlanta’s communities. With the installation of a door, what was once a wall or the column of a bridge becomes an entrance to collective creativity and an invitation to whimsy. #TinyDoorsATL’s goal is to inspire curiosity and exploration by highlighting neighborhoods and landmarks that make Atlanta unique.
Go For a Walk Along the Atlanta BeltLine
A former railway corridor around the core of Atlanta, the Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside Trail is perfect for walking, running or biking with Fido. Along the way, you will see an abundance of public art and beautiful views of the city.
Make New Friends at the Piedmont Dog Park
Piedmont Park’s nearly 3-acre dog run area is a hit with pups and their owners. There are separate enclosures for large and small dogs along with benches and restrooms.
Photograph Atlanta’s Coolest Local Landmarks
The Krog Street Tunnel is a tunnel in Atlanta known for its crazy and amazing street art. All of the individual pieces come together to create one giant work of art. The tunnel links the Cabbagetown and Inman Park neighborhoods. The Jackson Street Bridge is the place to go to get the very best view of the downtown skyline. Snap a selfie with your pup at either of these spots to document your trip to Atlanta!
Sample Local Craft Beer at Sweetwater Brewery
SweetWater Brewery has been a staple in the Atlanta area for almost 20 years. They offer tours and tastings each week, and your pooch is welcome to relax on the patio with you as you sample all the wonderful beer on tap. Several other Georgia breweries welcome dogs, too. See a full list of pet-friendly Georgia breweries.
Stroll the Buckhead Village District
Window shop with your pup in the Buckhead Village District, featuring names like Hermes, Christian Louboutin, Dior and Jimmy Choo. Many of the stores will also allow your pup inside as you shop.
Shop at City Dog Market
City Dog Market is Atlanta's best source for all natural pet provisions! With treats, toys and a very helpful staff, you can find everything you need and more for your pup here!
Wander Through the Beautiful Historic Oakland Cemetery
One of the largest green spaces in Atlanta, Oakland Cemetery is a beautiful hidden treasure in the city. Dogs are welcome to visit with their owners as long as they remain leashed and are cleaned up after.