Imagine you sit down at a restaurant for the first time and you're pleasantly surprised to learn that it allows BYOB. Too bad you didn't call ahead and stop for a bottle of vino on the way! Enter: Drizly. Download the Drizly app or browse right here on Drizly.com and within minutes you'll be browsing a the widest selection of beer, wine and spirits available online. Select the best bottle from your local retailer to match your pasta dish or beer for your burger, place an order and expect delivery to the restaurant's doorstep. All in under 60 minutes.
Let's take a spin through these yummy Dallas BYOB restaurants.
(1160 Peavy Rd, Dallas, TX 75218): All of the seafood here is flown in and delivered straight to the restaurant, including oysters from Long Island and Massachusetts, all of which pair nicely with your own bottle of vino. There is no corkage fee to BYOB here.
(601 N Haskell Ave, Dallas, TX 75246): Petra and the Beast flows with the natural seasons and cycles of the earth to bring unique, pleasant, and hearty refections from farm, forage, fermentation, and fire to table – and of course, BYOB is allowed.
(4345 W Northwest Hwy, Dallas, TX 75220): This place has an upscale menu with Mediterranean cuisine in a comfy but sophisticated neighborhood bistro. It's BYOB friendly, with some rules as follows: $25 corkage fee per bottle after 6:30pm, except Fridays and Tuesday evenings.
(1410 N Fitzhugh Ave, Dallas, TX 75204): A $5 per person corkage fee that covers as many bottles as you care to enjoy! For $150, you can rent the private room for a night with your friends and family.
Alright, time to start shopping for the perfect pairing for your BYOB stop.
In Dallas, at traditional BYOB establishments, customers should bring, serve and prepare beverages themselves. Some restaurants offer “set ups" including cups, ice, soda and other mixers but may charge a corkage fee. If an establishment has a private club permit or mixed beverage permit, it is illegal to bring any type of alcoholic beverage on the premises.