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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 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 New York City BYOB restaurants.



Aretsky's Patroon ($$$$)


(160 E 46th St, New York, NY 10017): Located in Midtown East, this New American restaurant is located in a historic building. No corkage on up to three bottles of wine on Friday evenings.



Aureole ($$$)


(135 W 42nd St, New York, NY 10036): A classic NYC restaurant in the Theater District, offering an upscale dining experience, with no corkage on Mondays.



Batard ($$$)


(239 W Broadway, New York, NY 10013): An exceptional modern European restaurant in Tribeca, with free corkage on Mondays (1 bottle limit).



Blue Ribbon Brasserie ($$)


(97 Sullivan St, New York, NY 10012): A longtime Soho favorite, with an Authentic American dining experience. No corkage fees and no restrictions.



Brasserie 8 ½ ($$$)


(Solow Building, 9 W 57th St, New York, NY 10019): This French restaurant in Midtown North boasts a menu of classic French dishes for lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch. On Sundays and Mondays, you can BYOB with no corkage fee.



Gentleman-Farmer ($$$)


(378 Myrtle Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11205): Located in Fort Greene, this place is worth the trip to Brooklyn for no corkage fees from Sunday-Tuesday, $25 per bottle other days.



I Tre Merli ($$)


(10 Little W 12th St, New York, NY 10014): Located in the meatpacking district, this restaurant offers northern Italian and BYOB for a $35 corkage fee per bottle.



Left Bank NYC ($$)


(117 Perry St, New York, NY 10014): Using ingredients from the farmers market in refined New American. This West Village restaurant offers no corkage fees on Sundays and Mondays.



Saxon + Parole ($$$)


(316 Bowery, New York, NY 10012): A high-end meat lover's paradise. This place has a $35 per bottle corkage fee that is waived for vintages 1999 and older(!)



Tribeca Grill ($$$)


(375 Greenwich St, New York, NY 10012): The restaurant that made Tribeca a dining destination. It has free corkage on Sundays and Mondays, limit one bottle per two diners.

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

In NYC, BYOB is only permitted in licensed businesses. You must have a license or permit to sell/serve beer, wine or liquor to the public, and if they do BYOB is allowed. Corkage fees may apply.

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