Four-legged fun: Pet-friendly locations

29/06/12 0 COMMENTS

Despite all biological differences, our pets are special and when they join us for a stroll around the beautiful city, they deserve to experience and enjoy the pleasures of Annapolis as well. The following pet-friendly businesses couldn’t agree more; they welcome the company of your furry friend.


Harry Browne’s, at 66 State Circle , happily serves you and your dog on their outside patio. So before you head there for breakfast, lunch or dinner, don’t forget the leash!

Lemongrass, on 167 West St,  is another popular location for locals and tourists alike to bring their pups. “We have a big grass lot that’s perfect for guests that bring their dogs. Everyone that works here is both enlightened and entertained when they stroll in,” said Emma deZries, hostess at Lemongrass. “In my two years working here, I’ve learned that locals love two things; dogs and sailing.”

Other doggy-friendly dining options include Fado Irish Pub, Carpaccio Tuscan Kitchen and Reynolds Tavern.

You don’t have to leave your dog home when you’re booked at the Loews Annapolis Hotel. Their “Loves Pets” program allows up to two pets in your room and includes a complimentary water, placemat and exclusive pet menu from room service. Your dog won’t want to leave when they smell the best part of the deal; biscuits! All of this comes for the low price of $25. Reserve your pet-friendly room today by calling 410-263-7777.

The Westin Annapolis Hotel doesn’t discriminate against man’s best friend. Their welcome kit that they offer to guests includes treats, toys, bowls, a comfy bed and they even get a sign for the door to let everyone know they are inside being pampered! Call today at  410-972-4300.

Don’t forget about Residence Inn Annapolis, State House Inn and Annapolis Accommodations.

Shop Stops:
The fun-loving owners of Mary & Blanche, found at 188 Main St, encourage the company of your dog or cat. So come inside for an enlightening shopping experience and a treat for your pet to show them both you and the city of Annapolis care!

Paws Pet Boutique are not timid about their love for dogs. The boutique features a gourmet bakery for your pup, fresh water for those panting tongues, a welcoming treat and a huge variety of toys. So make 64 State Circle a tradition whenever you bring your companion along for a shopping spree.

East Street Gallery, Brown Eyed Girl Surf Shop, Annapolis Pottery and Wild Bird Center of Annapolis also all welcome you as well as your pet.

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