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listing BYOB

gurmanda Aug 11, 2007 11:40 AM

Hi, I'm trying to make a list of the BYOB that we still have in the city (especially on the E village/LES), there are not many places where you can bring your nice and inexpensive wine and eat good food....I started thinking about it because i'm planning to eat out tonight and i wanted to go to a place with garden + BYOB, but i think such a place does not exist. Anyway, it would be good to have a list here of the BYOB places. I'll start with places i know, though i do not particularly love the food all of them make (could you also note on the list if the food is good?)

Kamui Den
Kai Kai
NY Noodle Town Inc.
There is also a cheap and nice noodle palce near IFC cinemas, but i caanot remember the name.

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  1. DarthEater Aug 11, 2007 02:57 PM

    La Palapa offers "Monday's Uncorked." On Mondays there is no corkage fee.

    1. BaconBits Aug 11, 2007 03:12 PM

      Tartine is lovely and BYOB.

      Cafe Asean might be BYOB - I'm not sure. And they have a lovely little garden in the back with super tasty and reasonable fare.

      1. financialdistrictresident Aug 11, 2007 03:57 PM

        Mole on the LES is BYOB.

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          jacques gaudet Aug 12, 2007 03:12 PM

          Bread from Beirut

        2. Gluttonous Prime Aug 12, 2007 03:34 PM

          Fake Orchid in the East Village is a Thai BYOB. Tiny though.

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            randymac88 Aug 12, 2007 05:23 PM

            Tableau on 5th between A and B.

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              financialdistrictresident Aug 12, 2007 05:37 PM

              I didn't know Le Tableau was BYOB. What is the corkage fee?

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              drumwine Aug 12, 2007 08:57 PM

              Here's a list of BYOB's put together by the Taster's Guild:



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                Snaps Aug 12, 2007 09:17 PM

                Kuma Inn, with the great plus of truly delicious food. One could not ask more in search on an affordable amazing dinner.

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                  scanditrash Aug 13, 2007 01:03 PM

                  Ivo & Lulu and La Sirene, both on broome between 6th and varick.
                  You haven't lived until you have had the Dijon moules at Sirene... Ivo & Lulu I haven't been to for a while but the duck confit used to be amazing a few years back.

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