Traveling with your four-legged companion? We’re here to help. Our team has put together list of our favorite places to take our furry friends. And bonus! Now through the end of 2020, book your stay at 21c Lexington and we’ll waive our pet fee with this offer.
Kentucky Native Cafe
Are you and your hound in need of a quiet place to recharge and relax? Kentucky Native Cafe is the place for you. While your pal takes a well-deserved nap, you can enjoy local craft beer, wine and Bavarian pretzels in this urban oasis.
West Sixth Brewing
Thirsty? Grab a local brew at the sustainably-focused, West Sixth Brewing. Hungry too? Get your grub on at Smithtown Seafood, which is attached to the West 6th taproom. Dogs are welcome in the beer garden and on the outdoor patio as long as they are leashed.
Blue Stallion Brewing
Another great place to grab a cold brew… Blue Stallion Brewing Co. This craft microbrewery specializes in authentic German lagers and British ales focusing on traditional brewing techniques and ingredients. Dogs allowed indoors and outdoors.
Whether your grabbing a slice of ‘za from Goodfellas Pizzeria, a scoop of ice cream from Crank & Boom Ice Cream or a craft brew from Ethereal Brewing Co., Distillery District is a hub of attractions in Lexington. There are many outdoor seating options with plenty of space for your four-legged friend to wag their tail.
The Arboretum, State Botanical Garden of Kentucky
Located in the heart of Lexington, KY on the University of Kentucky’s campus, The Arboretum is home to 100-acres of gardens and a two-mile path featuring wild-collected native plants from the seven physiographic regions of Kentucky. It’s the perfect place for a quiet, cozy picnic or a casual stroll with your four-legged friend.
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