Durango restaurants try to accommodate customers with dogs

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Durango restaurants try to accommodate customers with dogs

Residents, tourists appreciate being able to bring pooches out to eat
Dog lovers, from left, Matt Leach, Sarah Trask, Harrison Hopkins and Jack Burk enjoy a meal with various pups in tow at 11th Street Station, which conveniently placed a puppy parking lot near a bench table just outside the patio. Trask’s dog, Kenosha, a collie-mix, is on the right, and Burk’s dog, Ziggy, “a full-bred mutt,” is on the left.

Durango restaurants try to accommodate customers with dogs

Dog lovers, from left, Matt Leach, Sarah Trask, Harrison Hopkins and Jack Burk enjoy a meal with various pups in tow at 11th Street Station, which conveniently placed a puppy parking lot near a bench table just outside the patio. Trask’s dog, Kenosha, a collie-mix, is on the right, and Burk’s dog, Ziggy, “a full-bred mutt,” is on the left.

Durango restaurants try to accommodate customers with dogs

Megan Smith often takes, Gordie, her daughter’s service dog, to Homeslice Pizza, where owners have obtained a variance to allow dogs on the outdoor patio.

Durango restaurants try to accommodate customers with dogs

11th Street Station does not allow dogs on its main patio, but the Main Avenue restaurant’s two puppy parking lots seem to meet customers’ needs. From left, Matt Leach, Sarah Trask, Harrison Hopkins and Jack Burk have a meal with Trask’s dog, Kenosha, right, and Burk’s dog, Ziggy.
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