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Another happy customer at Dog and Duck in Summerville, SC

Low Country Dog-Friendly Dining: Summerville Spotlight Pt 2

Another happy customer at Dog and Duck in Summerville, SC

Here comes the bright hot sun; summertime has begun. We couldn’t leave you with just one list of low-country dog-friendly dining in Summerville! We couldn’t resist sharing a few more favorites with you with a wide array of dog-friendly restaurants.

Summerville Dog-Friendly Dining Options

Dog and Duck


1580 Old Trolley Rd, Summerville SC

Dog and Duck in Summerville, SC, offers wings, burgers, sandwiches, wings, and wraps with plenty of daily/weekly specials. Customers have called it one of the most pet-friendly restaurants in Summerville, with a spacious outdoor patio and staff that loves your pets.



The Icehouse

104 E. Doty St, Summerville, SC

The dog-friendly Icehouse Restaurant serves traditional Southern favorites in a lively old-fashioned bar and grill atmosphere with eclectic decor. Dogs can sit with their owners in the spacious courtyard patio. Icehouse Restaurant is open from 11 am to 10 pm Monday through Saturday and is closed Sundays.


Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar


200 Front St, Summerville, SC

Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar, located in Summerville, SC, is a casual, dog-friendly eatery where Fido is welcome to join you at an outdoor table. Start with a cold beer and an order of the Truffle Parmesan Fries – hand-cut fries tossed with truffle salt, parmesan cheese, and herbs, served with creamy truffle aioli, then pair it with the  Bacon Cheeseburger. 


The Taste Asian Bistro

10645 Dorchester Rd, Summerville, SC 29485


The dog-friendly Taste serves a tempting array of classic Pan-Asian cuisine in a sleek and modern setting with artsy decor. Diverse and flavorful menu, including favorites egg drop soup, gyoza, wasabi dumplings, bang bang shrimp, beef, or tuna tataki. The Taste Asian Bistro is open Monday through Thursday from 11:30 am to 10:00 pm, Friday and Saturday from 11:30 am to 10:30 pm, and Sunday from 12:00 pm to 10 pm.


Cuppa Manna

1100 S. Main St, Summerville, SC 


Cuppa Manna serves various coffee drinks and light breakfast and lunch fare in a casual and contemporary setting that offers dog-friendly outside seating. The drink menu features espresso, hot and iced coffee, over 80 flavors of hot tea, and refreshing fruit smoothies. Appetites can be appeased with muffins, danish, cinnamon rolls, omelet croissants, quiche and soup, turkey avocado melts, BLTs, and ham and turkey sandwiches. Well-behaved, leashed dogs are welcome at front sidewalk tables. Cuppa Manna is open Wednesday through Saturday, Monday from 7:30 am to 7:00 pm, Tuesday from 7:30 am to 9:00 pm, and is closed on Sundays.

Accent on Wine

132 S. Main St, Summerville, SC 29483


Accent on Wine offers wine connoisseurs and amateurs alike over 1000 vintages to sample in a warm, casual atmosphere that welcomes dogs in the front outdoor seating area. Select a fine vino from vineyards worldwide, or quench that thirst with a craft brew both locally and internationally. Pair the libation with choice artisan cheeses and cured meats that are certain to tease the appetite. Well-behaved, leashed dogs can sit with their owners at front sidewalk tables. Accent on Wine is open from 11:00 am to 9:00 pm Monday through Wednesday, 10:00 am to 10:00 pm Thursday through Saturday, and is closed Sundays.


Taking advantage of our limitless dining options in the Low Country is a given during the summer, with several pet-friendly options to enjoy a delicious meal with your friends, family, and Fido. When grabbing a bite to eat with Fido, follow these tips to keep your pet safe:

  1. Feed your pet before you go; this will lower the risk of impolite begging and stealing food.
  2. Bring a portable water dish; temperatures are high, and ensure you keep them hydrated.
  3. Bring a short leash; this should go without saying; however, your pet will be required to be on a leash. Retractable leashes are unfavorable as they can cause a safety hazard to staff and other dining companions.
  4. Go for a walk first to tire out your furry companion. It will be a more pleasurable dining experience when your dog is ready to lay down and relax.
  5. Seats are for your dining companions, not Fido. While it may look cute, it is unsanitary for your pet to be seated at the table; they should be next to you on the ground at all times.
  6. Last, relax and have fun! 


Dining out with your dog should be a fun outing for you and your bet. You get to enjoy a great meal, our legendary Low Country foodie paradise, and they can enjoy all the attention and petting that will come their way.


Restaurant Source and Descriptions: Bring Fido www.bringfido.com


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