Spending time with that special someone is important. You want more than anything to make sure they know how important they are to you. You want to create memories you both will remember for years to come. Sometimes it can be as simple as a walk in the park. Sometimes it could be going out to eat and enjoy the beautiful patio weather (especially right now.) Sometimes it can be just hanging out playing fetch. OK, that last one may sound weird, but for this piece, I’m actually talking about spending time with our furry 4-legged friends.
Hey, they deserve for us to carve out some quality time for them as well.
So today, I thought I would share some of the cool things you can do to create special memories with our furry friends.
Where to eat?
We have a number of restaurants with dog-friendly patios in Addison and the Corridor. Some of them even have special menus dedicated to our dogs. How cool is that?!
Lazy Dog’s patio is a dream for our pups. They have a complimentary bowl of water for your pup and a special menu. Choose between a grilled hamburger patty or grilled chicken breast each with brown rice or just a plain brown rice bowl. Your pup will feel very well loved. www.lazydogrestaurants.com
If you both love soccer, head out to The Londoner and catch a match with your pup. The Londoner’s patio is dog-friendly and you both won’t miss a second of the action. Chuy’s serves authentic Tex-Mex and their patio is one of the best places to hang out and enjoy a nice cold drink. Their patio is dog-friendly and has lots of shade for those very hot summer days.
Take a stroll
A nice afternoon stroll around one of the many parks around can be quite relaxing. Both for you after a long day at work and for your dog after being at home without anyone to hang out with. Vitruvian Park is great because as you go around there’s lots of trees, water and it’s not just a flat trail. It’s an interesting walk with lots of things to explore. Spruill Park is a 1.85-acre park in Addison Circle that includes a dog park, a plaza with bench seating, a large open lawn area and it’s surrounded by on-street parking.
Redding Trail Dog Park. Divided into two sections: one for large dogs and the other section for smaller dogs. Both sections include drinking fountains for your dog and you, benches and double-gated entries.
Take advantage of the great weather we are having and go out and create some memories with your pup! There are lots of great things to do and enjoy with them and all right here in Addison.