Local Dog-Friendly Cafes and Places on Oahu

HONOLULU (KHON2) — Run out of places to take your furry friend?

Here is a list of dog-friendly restaurants, brasseries and cafes where you can take your four-legged friend.

  • Aloha beer
  • Da’ Hi Brew
  • Waikiki Brewery
  • Green World Coffee Farm

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Starting with Aloha Beer, you can stop by their Kaka’ako location and order a burger yourself, then order your best furry friend a BIBIM-PUP.

Their BIBIM-PUP Large is $12 and contains ground chicken breast, romaine lettuce, diced carrots and cucumber, a sprinkle of bacon, and is topped with a delicious egg yolk. They also offer a side of chicken for the puppies for $7.

You can also get a dog bandana in black or teal to upgrade your dog’s wardrobe.

Da’ Hi Brew is a cozy and comfortable cafe located in Waikiki. If you’re having an espresso for yourself, don’t forget to offer your pet a small treat as well.

Jen Sanchez of Da’ Hi Brew said they offer water and whipped cream to their furry customers.

You can visit them at 1778 Ala Moana Boulevard, Ste. 216 Honolulu. They are open every day from 6:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Waikiki Brewing Company said its Kaka’ako location on Queen Street is its most dog-friendly location.

They offer meals like a burger and rice and chicken and rice for $7. For brunch, they serve a “Fido-Moco” which includes rice, low-sodium beef broth topped with a local ground beef patty and a fried egg for $10.

Courtesy of Waikiki Brewing Company

Finally, check out Green World Coffee Farm located on the North Shore of Oahu.

Their farm consists of 7 acres of land with approximately 3,000 arabica coffee trees. This place is perfect for grabbing a cup of coffee for yourself and a little cup of whipped cream for your pup.

They said they love the dogs that stop by their farm and give them a free Puppuccino.”

Monday to Friday they are open from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on weekends they are open from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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After eating all that delicious food, you and your pup can stop by dog-friendly dog ​​parks:

  • Mother Waldron Dog Park
  • Diamond Head Bark Park
  • Forest City Dog Park
  • ‘A’ala Bark Park
  • Mary Knoll Dog Park
  • Hoalauna Dog Park

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