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Calliope1 Aug 14, 2007 10:09 PM

My greatest preference would be an Indian restaurant. I read several posts that referenced BYOB Indian places on 6th St, but I have been to some and they all have wine, so specific names would be great.

But any other cuisine is great too.

(Inexpensive and nominal or no corking fee, please.)

Thanks so much.

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    Desidero RE: Calliope1 Aug 15, 2007 07:32 AM

    Cafe Cortadito on E. 3rd near Ave. B is BYO. I have not been, but the restaurant was reviewed favorably in NY Magazine last week. Here's a link to the review.

    http://nymag.com/listings/restaurant/...

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      cidonie RE: Calliope1 Aug 15, 2007 07:44 AM

      Sonar Gaon 328 E 6th Street is an Indian restauranat that is BYOB. Great place. I like the saag paneer and the poori.

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        ychasin RE: Calliope1 Aug 15, 2007 07:45 AM

        Cube 63 on the lower east side is byob sushi

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          tbloom101 RE: Calliope1 Aug 15, 2007 09:41 AM

          Mole on Allen for mexican - haven't been but its been reviewed well on this site

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            Little Neck Clam RE: Calliope1 Aug 15, 2007 12:55 PM

            Sigiri is a Sri Lankan restaurant on 1st Ave. between 5th and 6th Street. They're good and spicy.

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              theworldaway RE: Calliope1 Aug 15, 2007 08:01 PM

              Jeeb is Lower East Side but not too far...good Thai food, inexpensive, and I think its overlooked because every time I've been in there its been me and the staff. They have a nice back patio that you woud never know about from looking at the front entrance though.

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                EVchickadee RE: Calliope1 Aug 16, 2007 11:08 AM

                There's an indian place on 1st ave between 5th and 6th that is BYOB and has a cool outdoor padio in the back. In that cluster of restaurants with all the chili and christmas lights it's the one down a couple of stairs on the left.

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                  janethepain RE: EVchickadee Aug 16, 2007 11:27 AM

                  I'm not 100% sure now, but the two restaurants on the upper level (Panna and the one on the left) are also BYOB. I went to a birthday party there and we broke out the booze. They broke out the crazy Indian 'happy birthday' record.

                2. DarthEater RE: Calliope1 Aug 16, 2007 08:41 PM

                  La palapa (traditional mexican) waives it monday nights.

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