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5 Westchester BYOB Restaurants With No Corkage Fee

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Going out for a meal with family and friends isn’t often cheap in Westchester — especially by the time you factor drinks into the mix. These five restaurants will help you save on the dreaded alcohol markup, with BYOB policies that let you bring your own bottle without the corkage fee.

Aji Limo Peruvian Cuisine

199 Main St, Ossining; 914.502.0622

Serving authentic Peruvian cuisine, a blend of Spanish, Italian, African, Chinese, and Japanese influences, this bistro specializes in highlighting the South American country’s melting pot. Take a similarly global approach with the BYOB policy, bringing your own international bottle to pair with one of the ceviches or seafood entrées.

 


Photo courtesy of The Dining Lab

The Dining Lab

434 Main St, New Rochelle; 914.740.6421

Located at Monroe College, this American fine-dining restaurant is run entirely by students from its School of Hospitality Management and the Culinary Arts, providing valuable real-world experience.

The $25 prix-fixe menu (a total steal, by the way), allows you to treat yourself to a bottle of wine from your home cellar without a corkage fee.

Note: The Dining Lab is open on a seasonal basis.

Docas

125 Main St, Ossining; 914.944.9205

Bite into rustic Portuguese dishes at this family-operated dining room. A BYO-spirits policy which means you can kick back, relax, and enjoy a meal of simply prepared seafood and meat, like charred octopus and tripe stew, with a bottle of something special or a traditional vinho verde.

 

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photo by Karen Sims

My Tokyo

31 Main St, Tarrytown; 914.909.4452

Enjoy dining at this stylish and modern Japanese restaurant, where patrons can bring a bottle of wine or sake to compete their meal. Japanese classics are generously portioned, whether it’s sushi and sashimi plate or a rice bowl.

 

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