There are various locations in Chicago where patrons are free to bring their own booze. In addition to avoiding the upcharge on drinks, they can even pull out treasured bottles they've been keeping for a long time and storing for the appropriate moment.
Be in charge of what you're drinking with our compilation of BYOB places in the metro.
Location: 3763 N Southport Ave, Chicago, IL 6061
Contact No.: (773) 477-5466
Empanadas, pasta, steaks, and more can be found at this Argentinian steakhouse. All you have to do now is choose the greatest wine–or beer–pairing for your meal.
Location: 2656 W Lawrence Ave, Chicago, IL 60625
Contact No.: (773) 942-7547
In 2021, this 30-seat fine dining BYOB restaurant was awarded a Michelin star. Undoubtedly because of the skillful combination of French expertise and small artisan farm items. Diners can visit the nearby wine shop to discover the right match for the evening's cuisine.
Butcher & The Burger
Location: 1021 W Armitage Ave, Chicago, IL 60614
Contact No.: (773) 697-3735
This is a great place for 2 BYOBs: "bring your own bottle" and "build your own burger." It has a variety of meat selections, including turkey burgers, salmon burgers, and other red meat options with customizable spice, toppings, and sides.
Location: 5004 N Sheridan Rd, Chicago, IL 60640
Contact No.: (872) 241-9088
This BYOB Mexican restaurant focuses on traditional Oaxacan food in Chicago's Uptown area. Tlayudas, ceviches, birria, and tamales oaxaqueos are among the traditional flavors you can try, as well as a selection of aguas frescas, including the iconic horchata and tamarindo.
Location: 1810 W Montrose Ave, Chicago, IL 60613
Contact No.: (773) 698-6373
Bayan Ko serves Filipino and Cuban cuisine in a shared plate concept. Their meals are designed to give the impression of being at a family supper at someone's house. Their culinary philosophy is to honor the traditional foods prepared by their Lolas and Abuelas when they were children.
Lao Peng You
Location: 2020 W Chicago Ave, Chicago, IL 60622
Contact No.: (872) 206-8624
This BYOB Chinese restaurant takes pride in its handcrafted noodles and dumplings. The menu features three main flavors: cilantro, chili oil, and aged dark soy sauce in each dish. Lao Peng You means “Old Friend."