All Dogs Go To Aventura Mall

Obsessed with your dog? So are we – which is why Aventura Mall is proud to be a pup-approved destination! Whether you’re strolling inside the mall or enjoying an al fresco meal in the lush Outdoor Courtyard, your canine companion is welcome to join you on a leash (we recommend checking with individual stores regarding their in-store dog policy).

To ensure a comfortable visit, Aventura Mall’s very own Jessica’s Dog Park, located outside the mall entrance by Serafina, offers a gated outdoor space for your furry friend to stretch their paws, hydrate at a water station, and take a bathroom break on the grass (a pick-up station is conveniently located inside the park).

And, because so many dogs have proven their love and loyalty to Aventura Mall, we think it’s about time we open up a second dog park … (hint hint). Stay tuned!

Aventura Mall welcomes you and your pups with open paws. See below for some dog-friendly destinations throughout our shopping center.

 


Doggie Hydration Stations

Does your pup need a bit of hydration? We offer two dog water fountains conveniently located in our outdoor dining area of the new wing (between the mall entrance doors) and at Jessica’s Dog Park located just outside Serafina.

Paws Policy

Aventura Mall has a variety of stores that offer pet merchandise and will even allow Fido to shop with you. Just ask an associate for the store’s policy.

Worked up an appetite while doing your retail cardio? No worries! The following restaurants allow patio seating with your pup and even a water bowl too!

  • Tap 42 Craft Kitchen and Bar
  • Pubbelly Sushi
  • CVI.CHE 105
  • Serafina
  • Bella Luna
  • The Cheesecake Factory
  • Trattoria Rosalia
  • PANI
  • Pollos & Jarras
  • Motek
  • Sugar Factory

Paws-itively Awesome

Aventura Mall is proud to be part of the Humane Society of Greater Miami’s history of meaningful work and serve as a platform for its broad impact. There are abundant opportunities to get involved and join the Humane Society in providing much-needed care for homeless animals. You can also learn more about the organization’s spay/neuter programs and how you can promote responsible pet ownership here.