The following is written by my dog Freddie Prints and translated into English by me. Like his mommy, Freddie is a foodie. Here he shares his top 5 picks for the best dog-friendly restaurant patios. You may follow Freddie on Twitter @FreddiePrints.
My Top 5 Patios for Humans and Dogs
I love going out. “You wanna go …” is my favorite thing that my humans say. I really love going to restaurants if they have a good patio. Here are my top 5 picks:
Number 5: Cassia in Santa Monica
Any patio is a good patio if it’s in Santa Monica. The ocean breeze smells as good as sausage.
Mommy loves Cassia’s Whole Grilled Sea Bass with tumeric (she wrote about it on the blog). She says it’s DeathbedFood.
Number 4: Gracias Madre in West Hollywood
It’s hard to find brick in LA. Brick is softer and cooler than concrete. If there’s a brick patio, I want to be on it.
Mommy loves Gracias Madre’s chocolate & tequila pairing. She wrote about it on the blog.
Number 3: Public School in Culver City
Public School is grrreat because I can sit outside on the sidewalk and see every human and dog walking by. There are lots of cars and buses too.
Mommy loves brunch at Public School. She says their Nutella Stuffed French Toast is DeathbedFood.
Number 2: Barrel & Ashes in Sherman Oaks
Barrel & Ashes is on very busy Ventura Blvd. but their patio is protected by planters and fencing. So it’s grrrreaat for human and car watching. Plus, it’s shaded so I don’t overheat. With all of this fur, that’s a problem for me in LA.
Mommy loves lunch at Barrel & Ashes. She says their Frito Pie is DeathbedFood.
Number 1: Pink Taco in Century City
I go out so much that I can read menus now. I like that Pink Taco lets me order (although they just bring me water no matter what I point my nose at).
Mommy says the music there is the best. She hopes they open again in Century City soon.