19 "BYOB" restaurants in New York.
Blurb: True BYOB spots (AKA no corkage fee) are hard to find. True BYOB spots with food that doesn’t suck are even rarer. Here are the places where you can show up with your own bottle and spend that extra money on a meal you actually want to eat.
Yes, it can be annoying to deal with an unpredictable situation, but for a pizza this good, we're willing to deal with it. Lucali is incredible.
Proof that Tanoshi Sushi is well worth your time? It's on 73rd and York, and always packed. Enough said.
Down the street from the L train Jefferson stop in Bushwick, you'll find the a garage serving some of the city’s best tacos.
When it comes to Hell’s Kitchen Thai, this is where the magic happens. Prepare to get some spicy in your life, just a short walk from your sad Midtown office.
Peking Duck House is an often forgotten Classic NYC Establishment. Yes, at $48 per duck, this is a splurge for Chinatown, but trust us when we tell you that it’s worth it.
Spicy Village is not a romantic date spot. Unless styrofoam dishware gets you all hot and bothered. Take your friends, bring a bottle of wine, and prepare to spend $10 a piece on some delicious Chi...
We’re happy that Briskettown is making the attempt at bringing Central Texas to New York. But the restaurant often feels more like a marketing experiment than it does a tried and true BBQ spot.
Le Village is a small, neighborhood French bistro in the East Village.
Gaia is a little Italian place on the LES that keeps weird hours and has good, cheap food.
Ponche Taqueria does inexpensive, satisfying Mexican food in Hell's Kitchen.
Astoria Seafood is a seafood market and restaurant where you pick your fish and tell them how you'd like it cooked.