"Dogs allowed" Restaurants in Berlin

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92 restaurants offering "Dogs allowed" in Berlin that are ranked highest on Falstaff's 100-point scale. All information including address, phone number and opening hours.
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Luxury / High End

The city's most elegant restaurant in Germany's most famous hotel: Chef Reno Brändli serves a menu of the finest products, prepared by hand, in a luxurious ambience.

Unter den Linden 77, 10117 Berlin, Germany
Contemporary Cuisine

Head chef Sebastian Frank primarily uses first-class vegetables for his experimental Austrian star cuisine. This results in unforgettable dishes such as "Celery, ripe and young".

Paul-Lincke-Ufer 44a, 10999 Berlin, Germany
Classic & Traditional Cuisine

This cocktail bistro in Schöneberg perfects casual fine dining thanks to head chef Nikodemus Berger and takes the vegetarian-vegan eating to a new level of sophistication.

Goltzstraße 32, 10781 Berlin, Germany
Contemporary Cuisine

Tulus Lotrek's creative cuisine is orchestrated by head chef Max Strohe with his love for the unusual. A concentration on vegetarian or omnivorous dishes. Sommelier Ilona Scholl excels at pairing the menu with the perfect wine.

Fichtestraße 24, 10967 Berlin, Germany

Fichtestraße 31, 10967 Berlin, Germany
Classic & Traditional Cuisine

Marco Müller cooks reinterpreted Berlin dishes in the listed customs house on the Landwehr Canal in Kreuzberg. Down-to-earth ingredients and recipes as well as exquisite wines round off the concept.

Carl-Herz-Ufer 30, 10961 Berlin, Germany

Rosenthaler Straße 69, 10119 Berlin, Germany

At the end of Friedrichstraße, former Beuster Bar chef Uri Triest has opened the relaxed and elegant Mirari. Israeli cuisine is served here. In addition to mezze and side dishes, the menu includes skewers that can be combined according to a modular principle.

Friedrichstraße 30, 10969 Berlin, Germany
Contemporary Cuisine

Upscale Austrian-French cuisine with a celebrity factor - even Johnny Depp is said to like coming here for the schnitzel. The knowledgeable service team will be happy to help you choose the right wine.

Französische Straße 47, 10117 Berlin, Germany
Contemporary Cuisine

Michelin-starred cuisine in a former kebab shop: Andreas Saul and his young team manage the balancing act between high gastronomic standards with ingredients from their own garden with maximum creativity and coolness.

Torstraße 167, 10115 Berlin, Germany
Contemporary Cuisine

Cool ambience, modern art, view of the water, cosmopolitan service. Plus no-frills cuisine with the finest dry-aged meat from the grill, as well as seafood and vegetarian dishes. This is what Berlin is like.

Friedrichstraße 105b, 10117 Berlin, Germany

Sebastian Leyer is an ambitious chef, his dishes made from regional produce are full of flavour and have bite. Sommelier André Macionga serves the matching wines.

Xantener Straße 9, 10707 Berlin, Germany
Contemporary Cuisine

After 15 years, Stephan Hentschel has left Cookies. Since mid-October, Nicholas Hahn has been at the helm of the trendy eatery, which already impressed customers at Steinplatz with its innovative vegetarian cuisine.

Behrenstraße 55, 10117 Berlin, Germany
Contemporary Cuisine

White brick walls, simple designer furniture, discreet and attentive service: Everything in the small restaurant looks just as well thought out as the honest seasonal casual dining cuisine by chef Sarah Hallmann.

Böhmische Straße 13, 12055 Berlin, Germany
Luxury / High End

Three menus are cooked in the copper and brick-dominated ambience of the former transformer station. After a decade as head chef, owner Matthias Gleiß is handing over the reins to his young team.

Paul-Lincke-Ufer 21, 10999 Berlin, Germany

Honest French bistro cuisine without the frills: chef Yann Mastantuono, who trained with three-star chef Alain Ducasse, is realizing his dream of owning his own restaurant with the Mastan.

Gneisenaustraße 67, 10961 Berlin, Germany

Patron Arne Anker opened Brikz true with the motto: cooking is pure passion. The focus is on close relationships with suppliers and the menu is tailored to the ingredients currently available.

Grolmanstraße 53/54, 10623 Berlin, Germany
Contemporary Cuisine

Meeting place for creative people in Mitte in the rooms of a former brewery. Berlin's number one slow food restaurant. Premium products from the region, forgotten vegetable and potato varieties and the specialty "Candy on Bone," meat dishes braised slowly and long at low temperature.

Bergstraße 22, 10115 Berlin, Germany
Classic & Traditional Cuisine

Since 2008, the restaurant has enjoyed a reputation as Berlin's top address when it comes to Austrian cuisine. Whether it's schnitzel or boiled beef, a meal here immediately transports you to the beautiful neighbouring country.

Leibnizstraße 55, 10629 Berlin, Germany

Oysters in Berlin? Then go to Diekmann! The oyster bar in front also serves caviar and Champagne accompaniment, while the cosy bistro serves French classics from duck liver parfait to fillet of beef.

Meinekestraße 7, 10719 Berlin, Germany