Where to dine with your doggie in Las Vegas

Bringing your best friend – you know, the one with four legs – with you to Las Vegas? A popular downtown restaurant now welcomes you and your dog for brunch.

Glutton at 616 E. Carson Ave. [(702) 366-0623] is the latest Vegas eatery to allow dogs and their owners to dine together on the restaurant’s shaded patio. The pooch-and-owner brunch is called Bark and Bites and is offered from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays.

Bowls of water and dog treats will be served to canine visitors during the brunch hours, a news release says.

For humans, the offerings are more interesting.

They include a wild mushroom and goat cheese omelette ($15); a peaches and cream waffle topped with whipped cream, almond streusel and salted caramel and bourbon sauce ($10); and a breakfast salad with a soft poached egg, bacon and duck fat potatoes ($14).


TimeOut Las Vegas ranks Glutton among downtown’s top five restaurants.

As dog owners know, finding a restaurant that welcomes pet and master can be tricky. According to the website, Vegas has 43 eateries (including fast-food places) that are dog friendly.

Other downtown options include Park on Fremont [506 Fremont St., (702) 834-3160], with dining in a lush garden, and Triple George Grill [201 N. 3rd St., (702) 384-2761] in the up-and-coming Downtown 3rd neighborhood.

I couldn’t find any restaurants along the Strip that allow pets. However, a couple of nearby options are Coffee Pub [2800 W. Sahara, across the street from Palace Station, (702) 367-1913)] and Crown & Anchor [1350 E. Tropicana Ave., (702) 739-8676.

Finding a place for dogs to sleep is easier. For example, eight of Caesars Entertainment’s resorts on or near the Strip participate in its PetStay program.


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