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6 Pet-Friendly Restaurants With Treats for Your Dog

Our four-legged friends are not only invited guests at many Sonoma County restaurants, some fine eateries offer doggie treats, and a few feature special canine menus. Here’s where to get those tails wagging.

Howard’s Station Café, Occidental

You could share your over-stacked club sandwich with Fido, but even better, this family-owned eatery offers a doggie menu served on the restaurant’s open-air front porch. Pups can scarf the bow-wow burger, kibbles and gravy, and other adaptations of human fare like ham and eggs. There’s even a plate for vegetarian dogs, the lip smacking tofu scramble. People eat equally well, tucking into big breakfast and lunch plates like huevos rancheros, Dungeness crab Benedict, smoked salmon omelet Florentine, juicy burgers, and Baja tacos. People (not pups) should save room for the old-fashioned malted milkshakes. 3611 Bohemian Highway, Occidental, 707-874-2838

Barndiva, Healdsburg

This is one of the fanciest places Rover will ever be able to come over. The lush garden patio welcomes him with water and biscuits, though it’s unlikely you will want to share your award winning dinner. People treats cause Pavlovian response with lunch, dinner, and brunch dishes like crispy rabbit rillettes over French green lentils, quince and apple marmalade; pork belly with Yukon gold potatoes, poached egg, Béarnaise, avocado and bacon; and roasted chicken with dandelion greens, pickled onion, ricotta and egg yolk ravioli. 231 Center St., Healdsburg, 707-431-0100

Garden Court Café, Glen Ellen

Settle into one of the outdoor tables with your furry friend at your feet, and get ready to enjoy traditional breakfast and lunch fare made from scratch, using quality local ingredients. Try one of the seven Egg Benedict varieties, or perhaps you'd prefer an omlete or pancakes. Lunch includes delicious sandwiches, salads, and hamburgers. 

13647 Arnold Drive, Glen Ellen, 707-935-1565

HopMonk Tavern, Sebastopol and Sonoma

Dogs will dig the beer gardens at these outposts of Gordon Biersch’s ever-popular brewpub. You can sneak bites to your pup under the table –we suggest French dip sliders on pretzel buns, sausage bites, or slow roasted Petaluma chicken breast with mashed potatoes and sautéed local vegetables. There’s usually live music to howl along with, too. 230 Petaluma Ave., Sebastopol, 707-829-7300 and 691 Broadway, Sonoma, 707-935-9100

Sunflower Caffe, Sonoma

Breakfast and lunch are even better at this charming, sunny oasis with a lovely garden patio, when your pooch is by your side. Snuggle up at (or under) a sunny table and tuck into rustic joy of thinly sliced prosciutto resting atop a hand-sliced piece of country style sourdough toast with Bellwether Farms fromage blanc, chopped pistachios and a drizzle of honey; or the decadent smoked duck breast sandwich served warm in a split baguette with caramelized onions, melted gruyere, mayonnaise, Dijon, and dressed organic greens. 421 First St. W., Sonoma, 707-996-6645

Schellville Grill, Sonoma

The roadside favorite is surrounded by pretty gardens and anchored by a nice patio, perfect for furry friends. It serves up Texas-style barbecue and Tuscan-influenced wine country fare for lunch and dinner. 22900 Broadway, Sonoma, 707-996-5151

For more ideas, read Pet-Friendly: Where to Go with Your Pet in Sonoma County and Sonoma County Parks to Walk Your Dog.

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