Sure, getting recommendations from your waiter on which exceptional wine to pair with dinner is helpful.
But then again, the option to BYOW at a popular Montreal restaurant proves more practical. See, for the price of one bottle at a fancy establishment, you can instead get two from the liquor store. Or better yet, opt for the 3L box of wine – not a damn thing wrong with that.
Besides, it’s annoying paying for a bottle at a restaurant when you’re unable to finish and can’t leave with it. Not sure if something like that ever happens though.
Not to mention, you now have the ability to take pre-gaming before the club out of your living room and host it over dinner instead. The cost of liquor is the same AND at the same time you’re also filling up on fuel that’s going to help see you through the evening.
See what I mean? Bring your own wine restaurants in Montreal solve all sorts of situations.
The city may be well-known for the concept but that doesn’t mean every place with the option to bring your own wine is worth visiting. Think about it. What’s the point of enjoying a subpar meal all because a restaurant allows you to provide the liquor? May as well stay at home, cook a box of Kraft Dinner and pair it with the white wine that’s been sitting in your fridge for a couple of weeks now.
However, if you’d rather enjoy a great meal at a popular Montreal restaurant and drink all the wine in the world at liquor store prices then refer to the list below. From there make sure to also check out our listing page for Montreal bars and lounges so your pre-gaming doesn’t go to waste.
Of course, there are several BYOW restaurants in Montreal so if you think we missed a place then leave a suggestion below. And don’t forget to also share this post with friends because the more friends you bring the more bottles of wine there are.