New York City, NY
59 Greenwich Ave, New York
This adorable West Village nook is like Barneys, but for the canine set. Think Burberry dog beds, camo-patterned sweaters, and gourmet snacks. Poochi Sushi, anyone? Two other locations at 830 Lexington Avenue (212) 838-2064; and 1195 Lexington Avenue (212) 472 9440 caninestyles.com (above)
235 E 9th St, New York
Voted best pet shop in NYC. Don’t even whisper the words “Fancy Feast” or “Alpo” at this cozy, serious East Village shop for health-conscious pet owners. Definitely the place to go for homeopathic medicines and natural, organic chow for your Chow. 1800whiskers.com
141 Amsterdam Ave, New York
Gourmet doggie treats and high-end pet gifts on the Upper West Side.
727 5th Ave, New York
Whoever said “diamonds are a girl’s best friend?” We’ll go for a good close second best, though. So why not combine your two loves and bring Fido along while you shop for a bit of sparkle? (How we love those iconic blue boxes!) tiffany.com
W 79th St, New York
One of the Upper West Side’s true finds. The views and the pub-grub eats just don’t get any better than at this seasonal outdoor dining spot. With pooches of all sizes joining their owners throughout the summer for al fresco overlooking the Hudson River, this is maybe the most dog-friendly spot it the city. boatbasincafe.com
9 9th Ave, New York
Balthazar owner Keith McNally works his magic at this painstakingly French bistro in the Meatpacking District. Small pooches can park with their humans in the outdoor cafe. pastisny.com
442 9th St, Brooklyn
Small dogs are welcome on the patio at this Park Slope seafood spot specializing in classic dishes done in a Mediterranean style, such as pickled mackerel, raw seafood platters, and fried clams.
201 Park Ave So, New York
Revel in the reliable minimalist luxury and trademark nouveau-Hollywood style of the W hotel brand at this member of the dog-welcoming chain, conveniently located just across the street from an offleash park. whotels.com (above)
363 W 16th St, New York
Taking advantage of its unique modernist architecture—originally designed as the headquarters of the National Maritime Union in 1966—this hotel provides a hip take on the glamour of seafaring accommodations. Small dogs and cats are permitted at no extra charge. themaritimehotel.com
W 4th St and Waverly Pl, New York
Two dog runs—one for smaller dogs, one for larger—make this Greenwich Village park a haven for pets.
5th Ave to Central Park W and 59th St to 110th St, New York
Exercise your well-traveled hound on “Dog Hill”—Central Park West, just north of 79th Street—where local dogs and their owners come every afternoon.
500 E 9th St, New York
This grand East Village park sports one of the city’s best dog runs. Plus, as one of the most community-oriented parks in the city, it’s a great place for you and your dog to meet new friends.
25th St at Madison Ave, New York
Pooches get a place to play off-leash at this pleasant, verdant run in the Flatiron District.