Doggo's Must-Dos

50 free outdoor concerts a year means that you and your pup can enjoy live music in Overton Park at the outdoor amphitheater where Elvis Presley played his very first concert. Bring a blanket or some camping chairs, a cooler of beverages, make sure your pup is on a leash and hang in the designated pet area. 

Crosstown Concourse

This vertical urban village, featuring shopping, dining, arts, music, and a host of fun events, was redesigned as a place of community -- dogs included. Well-behaved, leashed dogs are welcome in the Concourse.

Loflin Yard

Loflin Yard is a bar, restaurant, and event space in the heart of downtown. Grab a bottle from the wine rack, order food from the patio window, and find a nice spot outside where you and your canine buddy can relax.

Lucky’s Social Club

*OPENING SOON* Memphis’ first dog park bar, Lucky’s is the pawfect place to hang out with your pups. Dog must have a membership and meet their community standards to enter the park, but all humans are welcome anytime during public hours and don’t need a membership to enjoy the park bar and events. Keep an eye on their Instagram and Facebook accounts for updates on their grand opening. 


Set on 1.5 acres in the heart of Midtown, Railgarten features a ping-pong bar, tiki bar, a diner, an ice cream parlor, and a huge outdoor space with hammocks, firepits, lawn chairs, games such as cornhole, and a live music stage. Best of all, leashed dogs are welcome.