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Puppy's Day Out

June 17, 2019 - by Karinya Chan

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Have you signed up for Four on the 4th yet? You haven’t!? Well don’t worry because you still have time. You can register at Throw on your best patriotic gear, grab your pup, and explore beautiful Downtown Bellevue. After all, man’s best friend deserves a little R&R. So take Fido out for a day in the park or let him tag along on your Downtown Bellevue adventure. Here are some spots to hit up after your 4th of July exercise (or any time for that matter!)


Let’s Eat!

Blazing Bagels – Made with fresh locally grown ingredients, you are sure to taste the difference. They open every weekday at 6 am and 8 am on the weekends. So, why not sneak a taste before the Four on the 4th Dog Jog?

520 Bar & Grill – Hang out with your doggy friend and enjoy their legendary 520 nachos or maybe their sesame kale salad. Whatever suites your fancy, they have something for everyone. 

Central Bar + Restaurant – Located Downtown, you can enjoy the day out on the patio while filling up on anything from avocado toast to a perfectly grilled prime steak sandwich. Plus, your pup can go too!

Fran’s Chocolates – Looking to satisfy your sweet tooth? Where’s better than Fran’s Chocolates!? Although dogs are not allowed inside, you are allowed to enjoy your tasty treat with them outside on the patio.

Did Someone Say Puppuchino?

Starbucks – Need a pick me up? Then a little coffee never hurt anyone. While you’re at it, get your canine friend something too. Starbucks on 8th, 108th, and the one by Bellevue Square all allow dogs in the store briefly. Otherwise, our puppy friends are always allowed on their outdoor patio.

Juju Beet – Coffee not your style? Then try out one of Juju Beet’s fresh made-to-order juices. It may take a little longer, but they don’t cheap out on quality. Dogs are allowed outside on the patio.

Let’s Play:

Bellevue Downtown Park – You know your pup will appreciate a little game of fetch. So, head down to Bellevue Downtown Park. Dogs are always allowed. However, keep in mind that the park closes to dogs on the 4th at 2 pm!

Zumdieck Park – Reaching over 4.15 acres, this hidden gem is the perfect place for a picnic in the park while you let your dog burn some energy.


Wondering where else you and your pup can go to? We've got you covered.

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