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Pet Friendly Restaurant & Brewery at 332 Evernia Street


Where can you find a pet friendly restaurant in West Palm Beach that also has a brewery close to CityPlace and the Palm Beach County Convention Center?  Look no further than 332 Evernia Street in downtown West Palm Beach, Florida.  Here’s what you need to know about the West Palm Beach Brewery & Wine Vault if you are looking for pet friendly restaurants.

  1. Outside Seating & Shade. The West Palm Brewery has outside seating! We offer shade, awnings, and umbrellas providing cool shade to brewery patrons who bring well behaved pets.  Well behaved pets are permitted outside. The brewery is proud to not only be the very first craft brewery in the downtown but also that we are family friendly and pet friendly!

  2. Water + Doggy Treats. Bring your dog to this pet friendly restaurant + brewery and our staff will gladly give free treats, water, water bowls, and doggy bandanas.  We know how much dogs mean to you and how they are an important part of our lives. Our general manager, Bruce Edel, has a wonderful golden retriever and the owner’s girlfriend has three rescue dogs!

  3. Room to Roam. The brewery is located at 332 Evernia Street which is two blocks west of Flagler Drive and the Intracoastal Waterway. As such, there are parks and beautiful settings within a block or two to walk, stretch your legs and let Fido do his business. There is a “doggy bag” dispenser on Evernia Street just east of the brewery. While we do NOT have land for the dogs to do their business, we can point you in the right direction! 
  4. Rescue Dogs! The brewery is mindful and respectful of the great work which so many no kill animal shelters and area facilities do, with rescue dogs. The owner’s girlfriend has 3 rescue dogs. We truly enjoy meeting and supporting not only rescue dogs, but also the local residents + owners who are “foster parents” and those who actually give these wonderful animals a second chance and a great life! Ask Alexis about Gypsy, Cash and Lucy, 3 beautiful rescue dogs each with their own personality!

  5. Block Party! Gotcha Day! The brewery likes to celebrate and have parties! West Palm Brewery believes that life is short, so we celebrate everything from having tap parties for new release craft beers, to wine club celebrations and pick up parties, to food and wine and craft beer pairings in the brewery’s restaurant, the Intracoastal Kitchenhttps://www.westpalmbeer.com/our-food/ 

    So, why not have a Rescue Dog Day? Let’s have a craft beer block party! Well, we are working on it! We have applied to the city of West Palm Beach to have a block party on Saturday, July 14th, 2018 from 12:00 noon to 5:00 p.m. We want to have free giveaways and bring owners and rescue dogs, and other dogs, together, to celebrate the important role and relationship which we have. We actually want to shut down the Evernia Street block and have a block party for rescue dogs! We are negotiating with West Palm Beach’s greatest rock band and singer songwriter, Monty Warren & The Friggin Whatevers,  https://www.montywarren.com/  to perform live outside of the brewery at the block party. Please note that this is all in the planning stages and this has not all been confirmed yet! Now, we have NOT received approval yet as this goes to press, and we do NOT have a permit to shut down Evernia Street, but we will update you on social media and our Facebook page (@WPBrewery) which also has an events page. https://www.facebook.com/wpbrewery 

  6. Craft Beer Pays Tribute to Rescue Dogs. Our chief brewer is working hard on crafting a unique and delicious craft beer which is a tribute to Gotcha Days and Rescue Dogs. This ale is a craft beer which will be called Who Rescued Who? Paw-Licious Ale.  It is a tribute to rescue dogs in Palm Beach County and the owners, no kill shelters, volunteers, foster parents and vets in the area who support our canine friends who need a new home and family. We will announce a tap party and release party for Who Rescued Who? Paw-Licious Ale when we finalize it and finalize the Rescued Dog Day block party. Stay tuned please.


Jun 7, 2018