Bring Your Dog and Enjoy dineL.A. Restaurant Week

16 Dog-Friendly Restaurants for dineL.A. Restaurant Week, July 12-26

Pooch and pasta on the patio at Granville Pasadena
Pooch and pasta on the patio at Granville Pasadena | Photo: @cozmosadventures, Instagram

There's nothing better than gathering with friends and family for the summer's premier culinary event, dineL.A. Restaurant Week, taking place from July 12-26. Actually, it does get better - when you can bring your four-legged friends with you and enjoy special prix fixe menus at restaurants across Los Angeles.

Read on for 16 dog-friendly restaurants participating in dineL.A. Restaurant Week and be sure to book your reservations today!

Jolie Burger at Bistro Jolie in Bel-Air
Jolie Burger at Bistro Jolie | Photo: @bistrojolie, Instagram

Bistro Jolie

Tucked inside the Beverly Glen Center in Bel-Air, Bisto Jolie serves southern French-style cuisine accented with California flair in a Riviera-inspired dining room. For dineL.A. Restaurant Week, the $20 Lunch Menu features numerous entree options such as Mediterranean Chop Salad, Farm Egg Scramble, Avocado Toast, Provencal Chicken Sandwich, Nicoise Salad, and the signature Jolie Burger - 8 oz Creekstone patty, Tillamook cheddar, herb aioli, arugula, red onion, brioche served with a petite salad. For dessert, choose from Valrhona chocolate pot de creme, cherry clafoutis, or a scoop of McConnell's Vanilla Ice Cream or Mango Sorbet.

The $39 Dinner Menu adds appetizers like Nantes carrot soup, arugula salad, Brussels sprouts, or Beef Tartare Classique. Entree selections offer moules frites, heirloom tomato pasta, chicken meuniere, or grilled king salmon.

Ginger Salmon at Bottlefish in Brentwood
Ginger Salmon at Bottlefish | Photo: @bottlefishrestaurant, Instagram


Located at the Brentwood Gardens retail center in the heart of Brentwood, Bottlefish is a  seafood-centric restaurant serving a mix of classic and contemporary culinary driven dishes. The three-course $49 Dinner Menu starts with a choice of jumbo shrimp cocktail, smoked trout dip, or spicy tuna taco. For the entree, choose from ginger salmon, grilled jumbo shrimp, or summer scallops. Finish with ice box lemon pie or a warm chocolate chip cookie with Sweet Rose Creamery vanilla ice cream.

The Draycott

The Draycott is named for London’s Draycott Avenue, where husband-and-wife restaurateurs Matt and Marissa Hermer first met. Located at Palisades Village in Pacific Palisades, The Draycott boasts an expansive patio that's popular with families and pooches alike. The two-course $25 Lunch Menu starts with a choice of zucchini fritti, English pea dip, or roasted cauliflower. Main course options include avocado toast, pan-roasted trout, and chicken paillard. The $39 Dinner Menu adds roasted eggplant and jidori chicken to the entree selections. Dessert is a choice of sticky toffee pudding or flourless chocolate cake.

Gaucho Grill - Downey & West Covina

Both locations of the Argentine steakhouse, Gaucho Grill are serving a three-course $39 Dinner Menu for dineL.A. Restaurant Week. Start experiencing the "gaucho lifestyle" with Chorizo Argentino, Calamari Marplatense, or Prawns & Palms - tiger prawns with hearts of palm, avocado, mint, chives, lemon vinaigrette, and pistou. Main courses feature filet mignon, short rib, lamb chops, and crispy salmon. For an additional $9, the Corte Especial showcases "perfectly marbled" 12 oz Angus ribeye with fries and gauchito salad. Finish with dulce de leche or chocolate bread pudding.


Occupying the former Il Buco Ristorante space on Robertson, Gourmando is the second farm-to-table restaurant in Beverly Hills from chef-owner Isaac Gamboa (Prospect Gourmand). First course "teasers" from the $20 Lunch Menu include sashimi of bigeye tuna, steak tartare, Valdivia Farms squash blossoms, baby kale avocado Caesar, or heirloom tomato soup. For entree, choose from lobster tacos, the Gourmando Burger, black truffle grilled cheese, grass-fed steak frites, "KFC" Korean Fried Chicken, or cage-free soft eggs scramble.

The $49 Dinner Menu starts with a first course of heirloom tomato soup and black truffle grilled cheese. Next, choose from teasers like baked Kumiai oyster Rockefeller, salmon belly agua chile, and grilled peaches & burrata cheese. Entree selections include Hawaiian bigeye tuna, cedar plank Alaskan wild salmon, kokuho local organic risotto, Santa Maria tri-tip dinner, and coq au vin. Dessert is a choice of hazelnut gelato & chocolate mousse sundae or strawberry shortcake.

Pooch and pasta on the patio at Granville Pasadena
Pooch and pasta on the patio at Granville Pasadena | Photo: @cozmosadventures, Instagram

Granville - Pasadena

Opened in April 2019, Granville Pasadena is the fifth location in the burgeoning New American restaurant chain. Although dogs aren't allowed on the rooftop Bar Del Mar on the third floor, the recently added seating along Lake Avenue is perfect for a dineL.A. Restaurant Week lunch or dinner with your furry bestie.

First course selections (including a non-alcoholic beverage) for the $20 Lunch Menu feature chicken noodle soup, butternut squash soup, uptown mac & cheese, housemade chili, Thai ginger salad, and El Gaucho Salad. Mains include the bacon & blue burger, poke bowl, poblano quinoa, chipotle chicken club, white fish, "Get in my Belly" pork bowl, and spicy chicken plate. For dessert, choose from Devil's Advocate Flourless Chocolate Cake or yuzu lemon mousse with basil-blueberry glaze.

The $39 Dinner Menu adds a drink course that includes a craft beer on draft or a glass of wine. Second course options include thick-cut pork chop, pan-seared branzino, ahi filet, skirt steak, and spicy half-chicken.

Fur-Kids Weekend Brunch Menu at Gray Tavern in Studio City
"Fur-Kids" Weekend Brunch Menu at Gray Tavern | Photo: @archiesfables, Instagram

Gray Tavern

Opened in December 2018, Gray Tavern is an upscale gastropub in Studio City that showcases Chef Jason Francisco's contemporary take on classic fare in an indoor-outdoor industrial setting. The $15 Lunch Menu starts with house salad, crispy Brussels sprouts, or mac & cheese. Entree selections include a vegan wild mushroom sandwich, "The Burger," and fried chicken sandwich.

To begin the $39 Dinner Menu, choose from fig & goat cheese, popcorn chicken, or steamed Saltspring Island mussels. Mains offer steak frites, wild mushroom risotto, or ora king salmon. Dessert is a choice of creme brulee or "cheesecake-ish."

Puppy on the patio at The Henry in West Hollywood
Puppy on the patio at The Henry | Photo: @lisaalimm, Instagram

The Henry

Featuring an elegant indoor/outdoor bar and dog-friendly patio that's perfect for summer dining, The Henry at Robertson Plaza is an ideal spot for a dineL.A. Restaurant Week meet-up. Appetizers for the two-course $25 Lunch Menu include Lebanese hummus, grilled & chilled shrimp, asparagus Caesar, black kale & Pink Lady apple, and short rib potstickers. For entree, choose from chopped chicken salad, grilled chicken pita, harvest bowl or poke bowl.

Served daily starting at 4pm, the $39 Dinner Menu switches up the entree selection with rotisserie half-chicken, Korean prime skirt steak, and Scottish salmon. Dessert is a choice of peanut butter moelleux or vegan strawberry shortcake.

Dog on the patio at Meet in Paris Culver City
Someone is happy to be at Meet in Paris Culver City | Photo: @hikaibye12, Instagram

Meet in Paris - Culver City & Brentwood

Meet in Paris… in Los Angeles, at the bistro's original location in Culver City and its sequel in Brentwood. Serving classic French comfort food and boasting "the largest selection of mussel dishes in California," Meet in Paris is offering dineL.A. Restaurant Week menus at both locations. The two-course $20 Lunch Menu pairs an appetizer or dessert with the entree. Start with French onion soup, tomato tarte tatin, or French country pate. Main courses include steak tartare, moules truffle & mushroom, or Croque Monsieur. Dessert options include homemade berry cobbler, creme brulee, or profiteroles.

The three-course $39 Dinner Menu starts with a half-dozen escargots, French onion soup or endive salad. Main course selections feature boeuf bourguignon, moules bisque, or grilled rainbow trout. Homemade chocolate mousse replaces creme brulee in the dessert options.

Django and Chloe enjoying Happy Hour at Simonette | Photo: @django_and_chloe, Instagram
Django and Chloe enjoying Happy Hour at Simonette | Photo: @django_and_chloe, Instagram


Tucked inside the Palihotel Culver City, Simonette is an all-day café, bar and bistro inspired by classic French neighborhood cafés. The $20 Lunch Menu starts with butter lettuce, oyster trio, or tomato soup. Mains feature chicken paillarde, bacon egg & cheese, or grain salad. Finish with madeleines. The $29 Dinner Menu expands the offerings with pan-seared salmon, fruit galette, and profiteroles.

Sonoma Wine Garden

Perched atop the rooftop Dining Deck at Santa Monica Place, Sonoma Wine Garden offers a quintessential California dining experience with a sprawling outdoor patio that evokes a Wine Country garden, along with incredible ocean views and unforgettable sunsets. 

The $25 Lunch Menu starts with burrata, beet & goat cheese salad, or hamachi crudo. Main course selections offer a fried chicken sandwich, Backyard Burger, or salmon burger.

Entrees for the $39 Dinner Menu include Cornish hen, Scottish salmon, or grilled pork chop. For dessert, choose from roasted peach Napoleon or a trio of sorbets.

The Veranda

Located at The Georgian Hotel in Santa Monica, The Veranda features Executive Chef Garee Battad's globally-inspired seasonal menu along with front row seats to world-class people watching and gorgeous coastal sunsets.

Served daily beginning at 3:30pm, the three-course $39 Dinner Menu starts with a Farmers Market Summer Salad - seasonal mixed greens, watermelon radish, yellow corn, heirloom tomatoes, stone fruit strawberries, baby carrots, fennel, whipped ricotta cheese, and ginger-vinaigrette. For the main course, choose from pan-roasted Faroe Island salmon, steak frites, or the veggie-friendly spaghetti pomodoro. Served with salted caramel ice cream and macerated berries, the fudge brownie chocolate cake brings dinner to a sweet ending.