Now we all love going out but unfortunately can't always afford it, especially with the price of alcohol today, so what better way to enjoy and be able to afford an evening out then by bringing your own.

Lucky for us here in Montreal we have a wide range of restaurants that offer exactly that. So instead of splashing out crazy amounts on alcohol for an already very expensive meal, reduce your costs and buy a bottle or 2 from the SAQ.

Below I have put together a list of some great restaurants of all shapes, tastes and sizes here in Montreal where you can bring your own wine and are sure to enjoy a great evening out:


1. Tandem

586 Villeray Street

Tandem offers delicate and beautifully presented food in a relaxed but yet sophisticated setting. Located in the heart of Villeray bring your own wine and enjoy the night away on their terrasse. They offer a wide selection of fine French cuisine and even have a table d'hôte menu for added value.

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2. La Khaima

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142 Fairmount Avenue West

If you are looking for a fun, good value for money evening in an exotic and different setting this is the place for you. As you enter you take off your shoes and settle into a cosy and traditional setting mimicking North Africa. The word La Khaima actually means “the nomad tent” in Arabic, and is known for it's comfort and hospitality typically found in Saharan nomadic tents.  Mauritanian food is served in this unique setting in the heart of Mile-End.

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3. Restaurant Grenadine

2004 Ave De L’Hotel-De-Ville Montreal

Yet again another great value restaurant specializing in delicious French cuisine with a twist of international flare in a small excluded location but yet buzzing with energy.

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4. Yuukai Fusion Japonaise

5658 Ave Du Parc

For all you sushi lovers this is the place for you. Enjoy their fresh and beautifully presented dishes with a good beer or delicate fish white wine.

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5. O'Thym

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112 De Maisonneuve Boulevard East

This restaurant is considered one of the best and highest recommended BYOW restaurants in Montreal. Again it serves mouth watering French cuisine but is unique in its detail, presentation and flavor. Due to it's popularity reservations are highly recommended, as well the finest of wines to match their exquisite menu.

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6. Pizzeria Napoletana

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189, rue Dante

This is for all you italien, pizza and pasta loving foodies. Napoletana offers a casual, laid back atmosphere with simple but tasty food. The restaurant is actually been named the first pizzeria in Montreal due to the arrival of the Italien immigrants and is located in little Italy.

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7. Madre

124 Rue Fleury Ouest

This latino inspired restaurant offers a large rang of strong and dominating flavors with peppers and lime being the key ingredients for the majority of dishes. So if you are looking for spice and flavor to match a strong wine this is the place for you.

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8. Takumi Fusion Asiatique Sushi

405 Rue Sherbrooke Est

If you really want added value and you are ready to take on an "all you can eat" then this is the place for you. Situated right in the Plateau, Takumi’s menu features both sushi and Asian fusion dishes to be greatly enjoyed by all.

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9. Le Jardin de Panos

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521 Ave. Duluth E.

This is a very unique, traditional and cozy Greek restaurant that can be thoroughly enjoyed by all, whether you are in a group of friends or looking for a romantic setting for 2. They have a beautiful and quint terrasse and serve freshly prepared Greek food, therefore take full advantage of their social and relaxed atmosphere to bring and consume as much alcohol as you like.


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