Grab a leash and invite your pup to ride shotgun because these Dripping Springs destinations are dog-friendly!
Going for drinks: Don’t forget a water bowl for your pup
12 Fox Beer Company: Founded by several friends who came up in army basic training together, customers of this beer garden are welcome to bring along their favorite four-legged friend. With a range of beers on tap and a full event calendar, this watering hole is a local favorite.
Acopon Brewing Company: If you’re a fan of English ales, then be sure to wet your whistle at this local brewery. Not only is the taproom dog-friendly, but it’s kid-friendly as well – just be sure to drink responsibly and mind your manners.
Barber Shop Bar: If you’re all about beers that are made in Texas, you’ll find a selection from across the Lone Star state at this former barber shop, former auto garage, now a bar. Swing by on Saturdays for live music or Mondays for one of the best deals in town with $2 tall boys.
Bell Springs Winery: One visit to this local winery, and it’s easy to see why it has such charming appeal. With a large patio area, fire pit, indoor tasting room, event space, on-site food truck, and live music, it has just about everything a person could want for a relaxing evening of enjoying some delicious wine.
Beerburg Brewing: The team of Beerburg is passionate about crafting their beers with a focus on local ingredients. The brewery sits on 15 acres, so there’s plenty of room for your pup to stretch its legs. In addition to a range of delicious beers, there’s also a stellar food menu to boot.
All bite and no bark – Grab a bite to eat
Rolling in Thyme & Dough: Whether you’re stopping by for breakfast, lunch, or just a cup of coffee, you can’t beat this local eatery for scratch-made food. Grab a seat on the patio with your pet and order up one of the restaurant’s irresistible baked pastries or fresh salads.
Alice’s Restaurant: The smoked barbecue and fresh-made guac at Alice’s can certainly stand on its own against any in the area, but enjoying it under towering 150-year-old live oaks just makes it taste that much better. Be sure to give your four-legged dining partner a solid and slip him a few bites of brisket.
Milton Reimers Ranch Park: After grabbing a bite to eat, you may want to burn off some of those calories, and this nearby park is a solid choice. The park has miles of pristine hiking trails and is open every day from 7 AM to sunset.
Dripping Springs Ranch Park: This local city park is not only a popular destination for events such as the Dripping Springs Rodeo but also has several miles of walking trails that residents can enjoy all year.
One of the things that makes the master-planned Caliterra community so appealing to pet owners is the amenities available. In addition to the dog run, residents and their pets can enjoy the Back 40 greenspace as well as several trails that weave through the community. Residents can also stop by Le Muse Coffee, our on-site coffee shop, for some beer and wine to get a taste of the Hill Country! To learn more, contact us today.