Miami One of Five Dog Friendliest Cities For Foodies According to Food & Wine

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If you've ever stepped in dog shit as you walked into a restaurant you might not like this list. Same goes for if you're allergic to K9s.

Food & Wine magazine has named Miami one of the top five dog friendliest cities in the United States, based on dining and lodging options.

They cite Lincoln Road's strategically placed water bowls, Pizza Volante and Sra. Martinez's allowing dogs at outdoor tables, and Michael's Genuine Food and Drinks' fresh baked dog treats by pastry chef Hedy Goldsmith.

The other four cities they chose are Boston, Chicago, San Diego, and San Francisco.

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