Pup-Friendly Spots Downtown

Welcome to downtown Easton, where canine companions are always welcome!

Explore our list below to discover the perfect spot for you and your furry friend to dine, play, and unwind in Downtown Easton. Whether your pup is seeking a sweet treat, or a spot to cool down after traveling around town, we’ve got you covered.

  • Bank Street Creamery, 15 S. Bank St., offers free tiny cones of vanilla or sweet cream ice cream to dogs. There’s outdoor seating, and a water bowl!
  • 3rd & Ferry Fish Market, 56 S. 3rd St., now offers a patio and al fresco seating. Plus, you and your pup won’t want to miss their upcoming “Yappy Hour” July 17th ! $25 to reserve an al fresco table, to raise money in conjunction with Tito’s Handmade Vodka, for a local dog charity!
  • Belleville Market, 20 S. 3rd St., is proudly dog-friendly, with treats behind the counter and a number of merchants who cater specifically to our furry friends!
  • Easton Outdoor Company, 230 Northampton St., has their own pups hanging around the shop every now and then, and visitors are always welcome!
  • Cake and Corolla, 118 Northampton St., has sweet treats for both you and your dog to enjoy, plus a water bowl to wash it down.
  • Colonial Pizza & Spaghetti House, 136 Spring Garden St., offers dog-friendly outdoor seating, with a water bowl outside and treats available on occasion.
  • Easton Farmers’ Market is completely dog-friendly, with lots of cool, shaded, grassy spots for your pup from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays in Scott Park. Insiders tip: the Info Tent always has a water bowl nearby and treats available! 
  •  Easton Public Market, 325 Northampton St., offers dog-friendly al fresco dining at the front or back tables.
  •  Pie & Tart, 444 Northampton St., lets thirsty four-legged travelers cool off with a water bowl just outside the shop. Their owners can also take a seat on the outdoor stools to enjoy their slice of pie with a coffee or milkshake.
  • Raven Color + Hair Design, 19 S. Second St., offers fresh water bowls out front of the store, and a bistro set where their owners can rest.
  • The Sigal Museum, 342 Northampton St. offers Dog-Friendly Historic Easton Walking Tours so you can learn about your city and walk your dog at the same time!
  • ThreeBirds Coffee, 226 Bushkill St., offers outdoor seating with plenty of shade and a water bowl.
  • Your CBD Store, 430 Northampton St., offers treats inside, and a water bowl out front!
  • The Loving Piece, 7 N. 3rd St., welcomes you and your pup to shop around all day every day! Plus a water bowl to cool off on especially warm days.

Did we miss your favorite dog-friendly spot in Downtown Easton? Email julie@eastonpartnership.org.