Image result for chicago byob


Drink More, Spend Less
Nothing says romance like a bottle (or box) of wine, and Chicago’s restaurant scene makes it easy to keep your beverage total low with an array of BYOB spots. So find your nearest Restaurant with a Bring Your Own Policy next time you think about eating out in Chicago.






Coast Sushi Bar  

This BYOB favorite has been serving sushi to the people of Bucktown for well over a decade, and aren’t showing any sign of slowing down. ( Note: Sushi also taste better when you’re not paying for cocktails, so head to Coast).



Image result for tango sur romantic night


Tango Sur 

If you’re looking to savor South American flavors at the Argentine Steakhouse while sipping your own bottle of red wine, head to Tango Sur for a romantic night out.

Chilam Balam  

This Mexican Restaurant is a good place to grab drinks with some pals, while sharing some Mexican shared plates feast. ( Note: Mixers include Topo Chico, virgin sangria, house limeade and more).


Image result for butcher and the burger


Butcher & the Burger 

Nothing goes better with a burger then some beer. So when you stop by Butchers, make sure you bring some beer.



Image result for 90 miles cuban cafe


90 Miles Cuban Cafe 

Snag a spot on the colorful four-seasons patio and bring the booze necessary to complete a pitcher of mojitos or sangria, because this authentic Cuban eatery offers house-made mixes for both.

L’ Patron 

 Between bringing your own alcohol and the ridiculously cheap eats at this taco joint, you’ll have no excuse for not gorging yourself on al pastor and carne asada swaddled in flour tortillas.
Image result for go 4 food


Go 4 Food 

Head to Chinatown for a chili fusion crab fix; wash it down with a bottle of suds plucked from your private stash.


BITE CAFE Exterior


Bite Cafe 

 You won’t find a corkage fee at this charming hideaway, but you’ll definitely find more than a few vegetarian-friendly menu items that are good enough to impress even the most devout carnivores.




Sun Wah BBQ 

The peking duck is outstanding so why not pair it with an amber ale? A $10 corkage fee applies.


The Angry Crab 

Get down and dirty with Cajun spiced seafood by the pound, and kick the heat with whatever will get you buzzing.




Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here