The Nutritarian

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BYOB in Chicago

Written By: The Nutritarian - Jun• 29•12

It is always nice to have a few BYOB spots on hand.

Source: MetroMix BYOB recommendations

Other Chicago BYOB spots from BlackBook Mag

More ideas…

Tatsu (Little Italy) – Amazingly fresh sushi with very reasonable prices.  No corkage fee unless you bring champagne, and an outdoor seating area that is perfect for people watching.
Bonsoiree (Logan Sqr/Humboldt Prk) – Save a few bottles of your best for the 4-, 7-, or 13-course tasting menu, but go with something light and versatile, like a Rosé that can match the eclectic assortment of dishes crossing your palate. Bonsoiree sounds amazing.
HB Home Bistro (Boystown) – This tiny favorite expands with every bottle opened to pair up with their Amsterdam-style mussels and sautéed tilapia—you might even consider bringing a Belgian brew, like Duvel’s blonde ale.
Schwa (Bucktown/Wicker Park) – Yeah, you gotta call two months out to get a reservations, but at least you can swing by the corner wine shop on the way and grab a Riesling for the rabbit course.
Hema’s Kitchen (Lincoln Park) – Whether you’re heading to the locale in Lincoln Park or the one on Devon, pick up an amber lager sixer (there’s lots of chilled Kingfisher to be found in the markets on Devon) or a bottle of Chianti to complement your lamb curry.
Coast (Bucktown/Wicker Park) – Brownbag a your own sake or a bottle of Prosecco, and chopstick in some ceviche and volcano maki when you’re between sips.
May Street Café (Pilsen) – Cuisine is Puerto Rican, Mexican, Cuban, and American, so you really can’t go wrong with Merlot or a Cab.
Terragusto (Roscoe Village) – An Italian joint with a rustic, seasonal menu—a Montepulciano should interact with all the local ingredients.

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