Dogs Plus Beer!  How Great is That?

Visit the Cycle Dog Tavern & Portland Indoor and Outdoor Dog Park

2056 NW Pettygrove ST
Portland, OR 97209

MON-WED 10 am-7pm
THUR-FRI 10am-8pm
SAT 11am-8pm
SUN noon-6pm

On-Leash Tavern Area: Free!
One Time Off-Leash Play Area Pass: $6
10 Time Off-Leash Play Area Pass: $40 (Valid 6-months from purchase)
Monthly Unlimited Pass: $25

Pay parking lot available directly across the street, as well as on-street parking. No available parking on premises. Please don’t park at Joe’s Cellar, they tow!


Hop Valley, Bear Republic, 10 Barrel, pFriem, Double Mountain, Fort George,

Ninkasi, Bouy Beer Co., Terminal Gravity, Omission


Incline Cider, Swift Cider, Portland Cider


Sea O2, Dear Mom, Lunetta, Underwood Cellars

Cycle Dog Tavern & Dog Park Rules

Dogs in main Tavern area must be on leash & well behaved.

Indoor & Outdoor Dog Park
Requirements to enter:

  • Dogs must be well socialized and do well others
  • Written proof of current vaccinations is required for Rabies, Bordetella & DHPP
  • Flea Prevention (verbal confirmation is sufficient)
  • Dogs older than 9 monthsmust be spayed or neutered (open play)
  • Liability release form must be signed.

Sending vaccination proof ahead of time is always best. Email your records here before you come and we’ll respond with a message that they were received or let you know what’s needed.

  • Dogs must be kept on leash on your way to the building and inside the Tavern area. Only inside the gated areas they may be off leash.
  • You must keep an eye on your dog and be in control of them at all times. Your dog is your responsibility. Keeping your eye on your dog will help keep them playing safe. Under no circumstances can your dog be left unattended.
  • Make sure your dog has relieved themselves before entering! You must clean up after your dog. Pee/Poo & cleanup towels must be thrown in outside trash in order to keep a clean, stink-free environment. Owners not cleaning up after their dog will not be allowed to return.
  • Any fighting, biting, bleeding or excessive barking, even when playing means it’s time to go. Dogs won’t stop themselves so we need your help to keep them safe. There are some very easy things to watch for to make sure safe play is maintained.
  • We are an indoor/outdoor environment that is designed for a consistent safe level of play. Excessive barking, even when playing, can escalate other dogs and quickly change the mood of the space. Even if your dog barks when playing or chasing, you must be able to quiet them and demonstrate full control. As soon as one dog starts barking, many others follow…and the mood changes VERY quickly! This type of “barky” play is not allowed.

No outside toys or treats allowed in the off leash play area.

Doggie Birthday or other celebration coming up? Our space is available for private events. Click here.


January 28, 2020
  • Tiny Dog Tuesday 4pm-5pm

    January 28, 2020  4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

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February 4, 2020
  • Tiny Dog Tuesday 4pm-5pm

    February 4, 2020  4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

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February 11, 2020
  • Tiny Dog Tuesday 4pm-5pm

    February 11, 2020  4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

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February 13, 2020
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  • Tiny Dog Tuesday 4pm-5pm

    February 18, 2020  4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

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