6 Best BYOB Eateries

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Restaurant menus and wine lists are inherently limited. And while you wouldn’t bring your own fish to fry,these fine restaurants go the extra mile to accommodate customers’ rare or sentimental bottles.

If you’re going to BYOB, follow some simple guidelines: call ahead; don’t bring a wine already represented on a restaurant’s list; stick to a reasonable number of bottles; and make the wine do justice to the chef’s cuisine.

These restaurants have solid wine lists and great food, and generous corkage policies that add to their appeal.

—Nils Bernstein

Check out these restaurants and more in Wine Enthusiast's ultimate guide to wine-centric dining destinations >>>

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