Best Places to BYOB

Best Places to BYOB

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Thanks to exorbitant licensing fees and a complicated labyrinth of laws that govern how establishments in Texas can serve and sell alcohol, there are dozens of restaurants in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex that allow you to bring your own.

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    Small, soft-side coolers are allowed at the Arboretum, so nobody has to know that you have terrible taste in wine and really prefer a nice box of Franzia over an expensive Sauvignon Blanc.
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    A $3-per-person corkage fee is a pittance compared to most other upscale restaurants in town, and you can always run over to Jimmy's for another bottle of wine if you run out in the middle of dinner.
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    Wednesday nights at the Cane Rosso location in Deep Ellum are BYOB, but you're only supposed to bring one bottle of wine per person, and you'll have to leave your liquor at home.
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    Order a big plate of fajitas and enjoy free margaritas on Friday nights, or sip free mimosas with brunch on the weekends.
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    At 20 Feet Seafood Joint in East Dallas, you can splurge on their seafood and save on the wine by bringing your own. Grab a group of your fanciest lady friends and split a bottle or two of Veuve over a plate of Blue Point oysters.
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