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BeltLine Pup Parade: Recap of the Doggie Food Crawl


A miniature pinscher is about to eat a hot dog at a restaurant table on this BeltLine Doggie Crawl
Dogs eating dogs! Neo chows down at this BeltLine restaurant crawl for doggies.

If you were on the Atlanta BeltLine Sunday, you might have seen a pack of hungry dogs making their way down the trail.


No, not like that! They were looking for their next plated dish at one of the popular restaurants on the Atlanta BeltLine. Every month on a Sunday, we treat dogs to their best life ever with this restaurant crawl made just for them. We pad down the BeltLine, stopping at some of the dog-friendliest restaurants, who make a gourmet dish just for the pups, while their pawrents get small bites and a craft beer or soda.

A man is walking with his German Shepherd on a Doggie Food Crawl on the BeltLine
Barks and Bites: Doggie Food Crawl on the Atlanta BeltLine

We also take the dogs shopping at fashionable pet boutiques along the BeltLine. Because they get bored with their old toys and treats.

These pet stores give the doggies really cool swag. And they get lots of freebies to take home from small local pet business like Dulces de Luna, who lovingly make homebaked treats, and well-known national brands like Brutus Bone Broth.

Plus, doggies - and humans - even make friends on our crawls. See this beautiful pic of Max giving kisses to Loki. How sweet is that?

A golden retriever kisses a German Shepherd on our Doggie Crawl
Max kisses Loki on our Doggie Crawl

Yeah, Barks and Bites is the perfect way to show your dog how much you love them - by giving them people food from some of Atlanta's best restaurants, and lots of fun new things to bring home. It's basically a luxury playdate.


This past Sunday, we had a great turnout for our unique restaurant crawl for dogs, with 8 dogs who brought 12 humans.


If you missed it, our next Doggie Food Crawl is Oct. 22, and will be a fundraiser for the Atlanta Humane Society. We are donating 10% of ticket sales to our human and furry friends there.




In the meantime, here are more adorable photos and videos from Sunday's Barks and Bites: Doggie Food Crawl on the Atlanta BeltLine. Warning: Cuteness overload may occur.



A pit bull stands up against his mom on our Doggie Food Crawl
Twix and his mom on our Doggie Food Crawl


A Corgi and English Cream Golden on our Doggie Food Crawl
Moose the Corgi and Maya the English Cream Golden with their pawrents

A pit bull wearing sunglasses on a Doggie Food Crawl
Twix arriving in style


A miniature pinscher being held by his mom on our Doggie Food Crawl
Neo and his mom on our Doggie Food Crawl Sunday

A dog and his mom on our Doggie Crawl
Teddy and his mom on our BeltLine Doggie Crawl


Do you think your doggie would love Barks and Bites? Don't wait to book - this event fills up fast!





4 people sitting outside toasting margaritas on a BiteLines Food Tour on the Atlanta BeltLine
Join a BiteLines Food Tour on the Atlanta BeltLine

Looking for a culinary experience for yourself? Join a Food Tour on the Atlanta BeltLine. You will get a sampling of the diverse cuisines that make Atlanta a foodie town – from Southern fried green tomatoes to Detroit-style pizza to fruit-infused margaritas and more. Along the way, uncover secrets behind the vibrant street art, including ties to Hollywood. Come see for yourself how the BeltLine is completely transforming Atlanta, and find hidden gems you might not discover by walking the BeltLine on your own.




Author Nicole Gustin, owner of BiteLines Atlanta Food Tours

An Atlanta native, Nicole Gustin is the Founder and CEO of BiteLines Atlanta Food Tours, which offers walking food tours on the Atlanta BeltLine. She considers the BeltLine her backyard, and is excited to see how Atlanta is reinventing itself. To sample some of Atlanta's best restaurants and street art, join us on our unforgettable Food Tour on the Atlanta BeltLine. Or bring your fur baby on Barks & Bites: Doggie Crawl on the BeltLine. Follow on TikTok, Facebook and Instagram @bitelinesatl.

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