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 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 Nashville BYOB restaurants.
(1411 5th avenue north, Nashville, TN 37208): Offering refined American fare served in lofty, rustic-industrial surrounds with a tree-lined patio. Feel free to bring your own bottle for a $25 corkage fee.
(507 12th Avenue S, Nashville, TN, 37203): This place checks off the BYOB box. It's family run, so you'll feel right at home – and if you love seafood there's plenty on the menu for the taking.
(610 12th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37203): A lively, casual American restaurant with memorable scratch-made comfort food, and a full bar, this restaurant also allows BYOB, and has no corkage fees.
(415 W Thompson Ln, South Nashville, TN 37211): Looking for something international? This place has the answer. Serving up traditional Ethiopian cuisine, Gojo Ethiopian is also BYOB friendly and will provide the wine glasses.
(1103 McGavock St, Nashville, TN 37203): Meat lovers rejoice! This American steakhouse has something for everyone from choice prime cuts and Wagyu beef to vegetarian and vegan options. They even have fun dishes like cotton candy bacon. BYOB for a $25 corkage if the wine is not on their menu, and $75 if it is.
(209 3rd Ave N Nashville, TN 37201): Chef Mike cooks up delicious farm to table foods and the bar features regional craft beer and specialty cocktails. You can BYOB for a $15 corkage fee.
Alright, time to start shopping for the perfect pairing for your BYOB stop.
In Nashville, BYOB allows a customer to bring their own alcohol that they purchased from a third-party vendor into an establishment or event where it is allowed. At BYOB restaurants, servers may not open, pour or store the alcohol for customers and they may charge a corkage fee.