Who Let The Dogs In?
Since Murphy’s paw is located in the heart of beautiful Downtown Pleasanton, we thought it would be fitting to share with you other dog-friendly downtown establishments! What’s more? We decided to go above and beyond Downtown Pleasanton to provide for you pet friendly Wineries, Hotels, and even some insights to good Dog Parks & Emergency Vets. As always, your pets must be well behaved and not impede the operation of the establishment. Get out there and enjoy a day with your furry companion.
ATTENTION: NEW BILL PASSED – Assembly Bill No. 1965: This bill would authorize a food facility to allow a person to bring a pet dog in outdoor dining areas if specified conditions are satisfied. Pet owners can now enjoy a meal with their dog on the patio of outdoor dining facilities in California
If you’re strolling downtown with your pooch and would like to grab a bite to eat, the following restaurants allow dogs in outdoor patio seating
The majority of retail stores downtown are very dog-friendly. Few exceptions are stores that carry food items or fragile merchandise, such as bridal gowns. The list continues to grow.
Napa Valley Wineries
Pet-Friendly Wineries in and around Napa Valley. Napa Valley is considered one of the premier wine regions in the world. Records of commercial wine production in the region date back to the nineteenth century, but premium wine production dates back only to the 1960s.
Sonoma County Wineries
The largest county in the nine-county Bay Area is also the most diverse from a dog-lover’s point of view. In a single weekend, you and your four-legged friend can wander among ancient redwoods, romp on a national seashore, visit some of the state’s most singular wine-tasting rooms, enjoy patio dining and turn in for the night at a place that doesn’t just tolerate dogs, but actively courts them.
Livermore Valley Wine Country Wineries
Nestled an hour east of San Francisco, the Livermore Valley is one of California’s oldest wine growing regions. Surrounded by lush vineyards, picturesque hills and quaint suburbs, the Livermore Valley has a rich history of wine making. Fifth generation winemakers, new winemakers and vineyardists all work in unison to usher the Livermore wine region into a new era of wine renaissance.