Apparently all I write about is the beach and dogs. Huh!
Well then let's continue the trend shall we....
The Summer is around the corner and we all -- including our pups -- have been cooped up for the past year.
A very common question for Jersey Shore locals and visitors is where they can go to get some grub with their dog.
Because, I mean really, can it get any better than enjoying some fresh seafood, a cocktail with your pup by your side?
No, it can't.
So here is the first batch of dog-friendly restaurants at the Jersey Shore thanks to BringFido.com. FYI: This website will help you find restaurants, beaches, hotels and more that you can bring your pup to.
And yes....this is only the first batch because there are A LOT of restaurants at the shore that are dog friendly. Stand by for more.
So....*bark*....let's get to it:
Dog-Friendly Restaurants At The Jersey Shore - Part 1
Are you looking to hit the town with your furry friend? Here is where to go....
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