How to Celebrate National Dog Day in NYC

August 26 is National Dog Day. It was founded in 2004 by Pet & Family Lifestyle Expert and Animal Advocate, Colleen Paige


Here is a list of NYC bars with dog in their names or canine-related themes where you can commemorate the day:


hairofthedog-logoHair of the Dog
168 Orchard St. (Stanton St.)
New York, NY
(212) 477-7771



Dogs adorns the walls and shelves as Victorian prints and figurines, and a custom oil-painted mural by Eric Mackey humorously depicts the owners and their families as the dogs who most reflect their pthe-growlerersonalities.
Dogs are welcome to join their owners in the sidewalk seating area.
The Growler
55 Stone St. (Mill Lane)
New York, NY
(917) 409-0251

and beneath the Growler, a sub-terranean cocktail bar called The Underdog


The Salty Dog
7509 Third Ave. (between 76th St. & Bay Ridge Ave.)
Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, NY
(718) 238-0030





Fred’s bar & restaurant is named after a female black Labrador¬†Retriever bred by the dedicated people at Guiding Eyes for the Blind. The walls are adorned with framed photos of patrons’ dogs.

476 Amsterdam Ave. (83rd St.)
New York, NY
(212) 787-3388


The Dog & Duck
45-20 Skillman Ave. (46th St.)
Woodside, Queens. NY
(718) 406 9048




houndstooth_logoGastropub in the garment district:

520 8th Ave. (37th St.)
New York, NY
(212) 643-0034


theblackhoundContemporary speakeasy serving craft cocktails

The Black Hound 
301 South End Ave. (Albany St.)
New York, NY
(212) 945-0562




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