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Best bring your own wine restaurants in Montreal

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DH Montreal Staff Jun 06, 2016 11:55 pm

Bring your own wine restaurants are an integral part of Montreal’s food culture. The perfect money-saving option for students and residents alike, BYOB spots are a great way to feel fancy without actually paying restaurant prices.

From Indian food to sushi joints, there is a vast range of restaurants in Montreal that allow you to bring your own, so if you’re looking for a new place to check out read the list below!

Bombay Mahal


Bombay Mahal serves up insanely good Indian food. Large portions, kind waiters, and byob are just a few of the perks of dining at Bombay Mahal.

Where: 1001 boul. Jean-Talon Ouest

Restaurant Le P’tit Plateau

Lamb Shank ❤️😍❤️ #EsDeGordos

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A quaint French restaurant tucked into the Plateau, Restaurant Le P’tit Plateau offers some amazing French dishes. While sipping on the bottle of wine you brought along, be sure to try out the foie gras and duck.

Where: 330 Rue Marie-Anne E

Pizzeria Napoletana

One of the best bring-your-own-wine spot in Montreal! @pizzerianapoletana

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Serving up Italian-style pizza since 1948, this pizzeria is still run by the same family that originally founded it half a century ago. With delicious pizza, a great atmosphere, and byob, Pizzeria Napoletana is a great option.

Where: 189 Rue Dante

Le Jardin de Panos

#terrasse #lejardindepanos

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Cooking up scrumptious Greek food, this 40-year old restaurant makes for a great evening out. In addition to the food, there is a beautiful summer courtyard where you can enjoy the outdoors.

Where: 521 Duluth Est

Restaurant Tay Do

Wine O’Clock with the Dream Team

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In the mood for some Vietnamese food and wine? Restaurant Tay Do is a great option! Opt for a white wine to go with the sweet, coconut-infused dishes, and be sure to try the grilled bananas for dessert.

Where: 300 Ave Duluth E

Shoji Sushi

#madewithlove 😁 #freshwasabi 👌👌👌

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You may be questioning the combination of sushi and wine, but be assured that it’s a good one.

Where: 2035 Avenue Victoria

Restaurant L’Academie

BYOB 🍷@koomie9

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Restaurant L’Academie is a French-Italian restaurant hybrid. Serving up delicious pasta and meat in addition to their famous oysters, L’Academie is a classy restaurant that is perfect for all ages.

Where: Various Locations


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