Best Bring Your Own Wine Restaurants In Montreal
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Amelia's Pizza

Where: 201 Milton // Downtown

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Type: Classic Italian / wood oven pizza & pasta


Why you should take your date here: Amelia's is a laid-back fairly run joint that serves up some tasty and ultra-cheesy pizza.  Straight out of a classic wood oven with traditional ingredients.  Ultra comforting and hits the spot every time.


Restaurant La Prunelle

Where: 327 Duluth // Plateau

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Type: Eclectic / French Bistro

Price: ๐Ÿ’ธ๐Ÿ’ธ

Why you should go: Serving seasonal and eclectic french far and it's a BYOW. If that's not reason enough the atmosphere is casual yet still trendy. Great date spot if your looking for something different.


Restaurant Grenadine

Where: 2004 Hotel-De-Ville // Downtown

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Type: French / Asian fusion

Price: ๐Ÿ’ธ๐Ÿ’ธ

Why you should go:Grenadine is serving an interesting mix of french bistro cuisine and asian flavours. All wrapped up in an intimate and laid-back environment that's also BYO.


Le Margaux

Where: 5058 Avenue Du Parc // Plateau

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Type: Classic Southern French

Price: ๐Ÿ’ธ๐Ÿ’ธ

Why you should go: Located right on Parc Avenue this is a  fixed-price menu spot serving serving classic french dishes in a cozy and intimate environment.  And it's also bring your own wine!


Le Ptit Plateau

Where: 330 Marie-Anne Avenue // Plateau

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Type: French Bistro

Price: ๐Ÿ’ธ๐Ÿ’ธ

Why you should go:  Serving all those mouth-watering and rich classic french dishes, Le Ptit Plateau has been around a long time, that should be testament enough to the quality and experience this BYO Plateau restaurant has to offer.


Budapest Roma

Where: 68 Avenue Duluth // Plateau

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Type: Hungarian

Price: ๐Ÿ’ธ๐Ÿ’ธ

Why you should go: Curious about Hungarian cuisine? Well, why not try one that is also BYO.  With authentic Hungarian dishes such as ratatouille and gnocci, this is bound to be a unique dining experience.


Restaurant Tay Do

Where: 300 Duluth East // Plateau

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Type: Vietnamese

Price: ๐Ÿ’ธ

Why you should go: If you make a group reservation they will let you play your own  music until 11PM at night. Making this low-key restaurant turn into a full-blow super club on weekends. And the classic Vietnamese dishes we all love also hit the spot, too.



Where: Multiple locations // Plateau & Downtown

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Type: Bistro / Euro-American

Price: ๐Ÿ’ธ๐Ÿ’ธ

Why you should go: You can get everything from pasta to burgers, and even oysters, too. With multiple locations, L'Academie is the BYO staple of Montreal. There is a really great mix of items to choose from on the menu and is also a perfect spot to bring a big group of friends for a weekend dinner party.


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Michelle Cadieux Montreal Native with a tireless love for exploring the city.