Where you can BYOB in NYC

Although New York City’s BYOB scene isn’t as robust as, say,Philadelphia’s, there are still restaurants which let you bring your ownbottle. Carmen Castorina, director of communications for Bodega Elenade Mendoza — which has recently launched a very versatile $9 bottle ofArgentine Malbec — recommends the spots listed below, as well as takingalong a bottle of Malbec.

Although New York City’s BYOB scene isn’t as robust as, say, Philadelphia’s, there are still restaurants which let you bring your own bottle. Carmen Castorina, director of communications for Bodega Elena de Mendoza — which has recently launched a very versatile $9 bottle of Argentine Malbec — recommends the spots listed below, as well as taking along a bottle of Malbec.



“It’s a grape that’s accessible, meaning that it can pair well with a fairly wide variety of restaurants,”?he notes. “Given the diversity of spots in New York, it’s a great choice.”



Castorina notes that in today’s economy, people are looking for a good deal, and you can’t go wrong with a BYOB. “You’ll get your money’s worth.”



Where you can BYOB in NYC



Angelica Kitchen

300 E. 12th St.


New Yorkers’ perennial favorite vegetarian restaurant



Cafe and Wine Room

973 Columbus Ave.


Prix fixe menu serving French/Caribbean fare



Gazala Place

709 Ninth Ave.


First outpost of Druze (people living in mountains of Syria, Lebanon and Israel) cooking in New York



Kuma Inn

113 Ludlow St.


Tapas-style Filipino cuisine



Lucali

575 Henry St., Brooklyn


Consistently ranked as best pizza in New York



Oaxaca Taqueria

250 Fourth Ave., Brooklyn


Famed taco happy hour features $2 tacos



Taureau

127 E. Seventh St.


Cheese, beef and chocolate fondue

 
 
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