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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 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 New Orleans BYOB restaurants.

1000 Figs ($$)

(3141 Ponce De Leon St #1, New Orleans, LA 70119): Pay $12 per bottle to drink your own. No Reservations taken but totally worth the wait.

Bao & Noodle ($)

(2700 Chartres St, New Orleans, LA 70117): No charge to BYOB, and all the fresh bao and noodles you can eat. Sounds like a sweet deal.

Bennachin ($$)

(1212 Royal St, New Orleans, LA 70116): No charge to bring your own bottle here. Come for the African cuisine, stay for the comfy atmosphere.

Biscuits & Buns on Banks ($$)

(4337 Banks Street, New Orleans, LA 70119): Boffo biscuits and a BYOB brunch – What's not to like!? Bring a bottle and stay awhile.

Eat New Orleans ($$)

(900 Dumaine St, New Orleans, LA 70116): There is a $10 corkage on each outside bottle of wine or six-pack of beer.

Kin ($$)

(4600 Washington Ave, New Orleans, LA 70125): Pay a fee of $10 per bottle of wine or liquor, but there's no charge for beer, which the chefs says pairs best with his menu. Closed Sundays and Mondays during the summer.

Lola's ($$)

(3312 Esplanade Ave, New Orleans, LA 70119): Bring your own for a corkage fee of $7 per bottle, $10 for 1.5-liter bottles and $.50 a beer.

Mona's Cafe Frenchmen ($$)

(504 Frenchmen St, New Orleans, LA 70116): No charge for bringing your own, and the same goes for Mona's other locations on Banks Street and Magazine, so feel free to eat at all three with your choice of drink.

Surrey's Cafe and Juice Bar ($$)

(1418 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70130): There's no booze, but you can bring your own bottle! With no official corkage fee they do ask that you purchase their juice.

Alright, time to start shopping for the perfect pairing for your BYOB stop.

In New Orleans, traditionally, restaurants offer BYOB while they are waiting for their liquor licenses although some continue offering this option. In this city, BYOB is different from restaurants that allow customers to bring fine wine for a corkage fee, which is generally reserved for higher-end restaurants.

Go ahead and share these sweet spots with all those friends you've got.