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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 San Diego BYOB restaurants.

Butcher Shop Steakhouse ($$)

(5255 Kearny Villa Road San Diego, CA 92123): Wine only. No Corkage Fee with dinner Sunday and Monday nights.

de Medici Cucina Italiana ($$$)

(815 5th Avenue San Diego, CA 92101): Enjoy your favorite bottle of wine at de Medici, for only $25 per 750 ml bottle, alongside a hearty Italian pasta dish.

Enoteca Adriano ($$)

(4864 Cass St, San Diego, CA 92109): A quant Italian restaurant with outdoor patio seating, offering free corkage Monday-Wednesday.

The Fish Market - San Diego ($$$)

(750 North Harbor Drive San Diego, CA 92101): Have a favorite wine not on the restaurant's wine list? Bring it in to enjoy with your meal for a $15 per bottle corkage fee with the freshest catch of the day.

OSETRA Seafood & Steaks ($$$)

(904 Fifth Ave. San Diego, CA 92101): Is there anything more satisfying than a juicy steak or a seared piece of fish? Maybe a juicy steak with a nice Cabernet. Outside wine is allowed for a $35 corkage fee per bottle.

Pacific Beach Fish Shop ($$)

(1775 Garnet Ave, San Diego, CA 92109): Known for serving the freshest fish in Pacific Beach, this restaurant is a favorite among locals. The Pacific Beach location offers $0 corkage on wine.

The Red Door ($$)

(741 W. Washington St. San Diego, CA 92103): $20 corkage per bottle, 2 bottle limit per party.

Slaters 50/50 ($$)

(2750 Dewey Rd #193, San Diego, CA 92106): This burger joint has 100 craft and local brews on tap, but there is no vino, so you're free to bring your own with no corkage fee.

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

In San Diego, customers are allowed to bring alcohol to a licensed premises and can only bring alcohol that could be sold at that premises, meaning if the license is only for beer and wine, they cannot bring liquor

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