Its no secret the ladies of Taste Buds enjoy a good drink, wine preferably. And even though he can't drink alcohol, my dog Chimi (pictured above!) likes to be with me when I'm sitting outside, sipping on a glass of wine.
We have found a couple of places in Baltimore that welcome well-behaved dogs of all shapes and sizes to their establishments for happy hour.
If you know of any others we should add to the list, let us know! Email me at email@example.com
Wine and Wag at the Maryland SPCA
When the weather warms up, things get hopping on the grounds of the Maryland SPCA off Falls Road. The first Wine and Wag of the season is called "Paw That Jazz." Its Friday June 8 and will feature live music from jazz artist David Bach, who was awarded the "Best Jazz Artist" at the 2016 Maryland Music Awards.
Yappy Hours at Harbor Point
Waterfront Partnership is bringing back the Yappy Hour at Harbor Point's Central Plaza on the first Friday of each month from May-September. There will be food, drinks, live music and dog-friendly activities. Check out the website for the line up of bands and food trucks for each night!
Yappier Hour at Gunther & Co.
Gunther & Co. in Brewer's Hill has a gorgeous outdoor patio and they encourage you to bring your pup on the second Tuesday of every month (now until October) to enjoy their happy hour specials. Tito's is their partner so they have a special Tito's cocktail menu. When you purchase one of those drinks, you get a raffle ticket for a chance to win a Tito's gift basket. And wait! It gets better! Tito's and Gunther donate $1 for each cocktail purchased to BARCS.
Thirsty Dog Thursdays at Birroteca
Birroteca is partnering with Tito's Vodka, Evolution Craft Brewing, Dogfish Head and Bar Hill Gin to raise money for BARCS and The Buddy Foundation of Maryland. Each Thursday, you can bring your dog to the patio to enjoy a drink and $1 from each beer or cocktail from one of the sponsors will be donated to the aforementioned charities. Thirsty Dog Thursdays runs now through August 28th.