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We at Westchester Magazine love a restaurant with local craft beer, a varied wine selection, or great cocktails as much as anyone, but that doesn’t mean we’re opposed to bringing our own. In fact, restaurants that offer BYOB can be perfect for nights you’re looking to save a little money on beverages, or just have a bottle at home you’ve been meaning to crack open. Here are six Westchester spots where you can pair a great meal with a bottle from home.

 

This former winner of Best of Westchester ‘Best Neighborhood Restaurant’ is open for weekend brunch, weekday lunch, and dinner.  The Hastings spot offers a culinary exploration of French and New American cuisine.  Chef Alex Sze’s wealth of training and experience shines through in dishes like the duck, pork, and gnocchi.

575 Warburton Ave
Hastings-On-Hudson
(914) 478-2542 
juniperhastings.com
 

 

If you love seafood, this is the place for you. The raw bar is stocked with an enticing variety of oysters, clams, and crustaceans. Portuguese octopus, Point Judith calamari, and an adventurous group of pasta dishes—such as the spaghetti aragosta and the seafood capellini—make this truly delectable dining experience. Tuesday nights are BYOB here.

133 Wolfs Lane
Pelham
(914) 738-8686
cafferegatta.com/

 

This renovated 1920s diner has become the place to go for real New England-inspired seafood in a cozy, intimate setting.  Be sure to check out the Maine Lobster Roll and Oyster Po Boy Slider at this five-time Best of Westchester winner.

49 N Riverside Ave
Croton-On-Hudson
(914) 271-0702
oceanhouseoysterbar.com

 

This cozy neighborhood restaurant offers an innovative menu that seamlessly adds a unique, personal touch to dishes that you may already be familiar with—the unique rub added to the Baby Back Ribs truly sets it apart. For those who are trying to be a bit more health-conscious in 2016, they do offer a side of sautéed kale. But the Mac ‘N’ Cheese is definitely the way to go—who needs resolutions when things taste this good?

Wolfert’s Roost
100 Main St
Irvington
(914) 231-7576
wolfertsroostirv.com

 

The delightfully welcoming interior transports you to the streets of Paris the second you walk through the doors. Take advantage of all the many different varieties offered—sweet, for those who are looking for a dessert option, or savory, for those who want something that will fill them up. You can’t go wrong either way.

29 Main Street
Mount Kisco 
(914) 242-0200 
www.littlecrepestreet.com

 

This sibling restaurant to Mt Kisco’s Little Crepe Street is an achievement in its own right.  It successfully blends French and Indian cuisine to take diners on a culinary journey. Enjoy the cozy space and have a crepe or sample one of the delectable curry creations they offer.  

475 Bedford Rd
Pleasantville
(914) 773-0500
www.facebook.com/Little-Mumbai-Market-577420422354182/

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