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it would be nice to see a list of (decent) BYOB restaurants. Does anyone have any recs?

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  1. Maru on Burnet was a BYOB the last time I went, but that was over a year ago. Place was worthy of a trip. Not amongst the best sushi in town, but was good enough.

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    1. re: uarent

      I'm working on a full review but Bejucos on Cesar Chavez is byob and they'll bring you a nice tub of ice for your beer.

      1. re: uarent

        Two sad comments:

        Maru now has license and their food has suffered terribly.

        1. re: amysuehere

          I agree. The last time I went, I got the katsu don which was bland with overcooked rice and was no longer BYOB.

      2. Ronnie's is BYOB.
        http://www.yelp.com/biz/ronnies-real-...

        1. Zorba's in Round Rock lets you BYOB

          1. Fuegos on Lamar is still waiting for their license and is currently BYOB.

            1. Zoot used to offer that for a corkage fee of $10. Not sure if they still do or not.

              1. dai due supper club. jessie & tamara do a great job. it is roughly $75 per person, bring your own wine. i've been to a number of them and it has been a great experience. check out their website for the different dinner themes.

                1. I noticed today that Subsin's Thai on Manchaca is BYOB. I've never been, so I don't know anything about it other than a friend ate there once and described it as feeling like she was in the middle of a Wes Anderson movie.

                  1. In my neighborhood: Brooklyn Pie Co. and in the same shopping center a new Mexican restaurant (Molca's I think). Also Nino's Pizza.

                    1. Sorry, guess I should clarify - my neighborhood is NW Hills area - Mesa mostly between Steck and Spicewood Springs.