March 02, 2018 Slideshows » Food & Drink

The 18 Best Restaurants to BYOB in San Antonio 

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Let's face it - you probably have spirits at home. Why not try these places where you can drink and also enjoy their amazing atmosphere or food?
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Yellowfish Sushi
Multiple locations, yellowfishsushi.com
While some locations of Yellowfish serve beer, you can bring your own wine to all of them for a $6 corkage fee. Yellowfish also serves japamex-style food, so you can have the flavors of Mexico in your favorite sushi rolls.
Photo via Instagram / yellowfishsushi
NOLA Brunch & Beignets
111 King’s Court, (210) 320-1572, eatatnola.com
While you’re at NOLA sipping your glass of wine (or bring your own booze to make mimosas), try their made-from-scratch beignets or their banana pancakes.
Photo via Instagram / nola_brunchsa
Cascabel Mexican Patio
1000 S St. Mary’s St, (210) 212-6456, facebook.com
At Cascabel, you can bring your own wine or beer without a fee. While you’re there, you should take advantage of sitting at their cute and cozy outdoor patio with a bowl of soup before it’s 100+ degrees every day.
Photo via Instagram / alonshaya
La Sorrentina
3330 Culebra Rd, (210) 549-0889, facebook.com
While you can certainly bring your own wine for a corkage fee of $10, you can also enjoy a selection of wine and beer that La Sorrentina sells. While you’re there, be sure to enjoy the quaint atmosphere and the Chicken Francese.
Photo via Instagram / flavortown_sa
Turquoise Grill
3720 NW Loop 410, (210) 736-2887, turquoisegrill.com
While you’re trying amazing Turkish food at the Turquoise Grill, remember that you can bring your own alcohol without a corkage fee. If that doesn’t make you want to try this place, we don’t know what will.
Photo via Instagram / turquoisegrillsa
LA Crawfish
10919 Culebra Road, (210) 688-9123, thelacrawfish.com
Even though the Alamo Ranch location in San Antonio is BYOB, they also serve up some bomb micheladas. While you’re there, make sure to try the fan-favorite cheesy crawfish rolls.
Photo via Instagram / thelacrawfish
Double Apple Cafe
5121 Fredericksburg Rd, (210) 366-0026, facebook.com
While you’re unwinding with your hookah, enjoy bringing your own spirits for a fun night out with friends at this joint.
Photo via Yelp / Double Apple Cafe
El Ceviche De Waldito
5526 Evers Rd, (210) 681-8100, facebook.com
If you’ve got some spirits that you think will go great with a buffet of food that has customers raving, then you have to visit El Ceviche de Waldito.
Photo via Instagram / thenicolai
Fralo’s Pizza
23561 W. Interstate 10, (210) 698-6616, fralos.com
Not only is Fralo’s BYOB, but if you want, it’s also BYOP – as in, bring your own pets. Fralo’s Pizza’s beautiful outdoor area is perfect for enjoying the nice weather while it lasts with your best furry friends.
Photo via Yelp / Kelsey G.
Habibi Cafe
5306 Broadway St., (210) 437-0242, facebook.com
While you’re relaxing with your hookah, you can also relax by bringing your own spirits. Perfect for a weekend get together, the fee is $10 per case of beer and $15 per bottle of other drinks.
Photo via Instagram / sacurrent
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Señor Veggie
620 S Presa St., (210) 228-0073, senorveggie.us
You don’t have to worry about a corkage fee at BYOB-friendly Señor Veggie. In fact, the only thing you have to worry about is coming back over and over again after you try their burritos.
Photo via Instagram / senorveggie
Thai Dee Restaurant
5307 Blanco Rd, (210) 342-3622, thaideesa.com
You can bring your own beer or wine to Thai Dee without worrying about a corkage fee. Even if you’re not drinking, you’ll love their huge menu of Thai classics.
Photo via Instagram / partycat12
Carnitas Lonja
1107 Roosevelt, (210) 612-3626, facebook.com
With carnitas served by the pound (or the taco, but you’ll definitely want them by the pound), Carnitas Lonja is the perfect place to bring your friends and your booze. You won’t even need to pay a corkage fee.
Photo via Instagram / carnitas_lonja
Pasha Mediterranean Grill
Multiple locations, gopasha.com
While you’re chowing down on some tasty naan from Pasha, you can enjoy your own alcohol as well at $2.99 per person drinking.
Photo via Instagram / mrs.kricket
Jerusalem Grill
Multiple locations, jerusalemgrill.net
While you’re unwinding with your own alcohol at the Jerusalem Grill, make sure to try the shawarma while you’re there. Also, the naan goes on and on!
Photo via Instagram / jerusalemgrillsa
Pesto Ristorante
15179 Judson Rd, (210) 546-1331, pesto-ristorante.com
For a $15 corkage fee per bottle, you can enjoy any wine you’d like to pair with your delicious Italian food at Pesto Ristorante.
Photo via Instagram / mi_cocinador
Thai Taste
5520 Evers Rd, (210) 520-6800, facebook.com
If you're into spicy foods, you should give Thai Taste a try. Use your booze to cool you down!
Photo via Instagram / timothyjrueda
Capos Pizza
8522 Broadway St., (210) 988-0456, capospizzasa.com
While they might not be BYOB for long, you should stop in while you can. Even after they stop letting you bring your own alcohol, you should still try their amazing New York-style pizza. Yum!
Photo via Instagram / mllastra
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Yellowfish Sushi
Multiple locations, yellowfishsushi.com
While some locations of Yellowfish serve beer, you can bring your own wine to all of them for a $6 corkage fee. Yellowfish also serves japamex-style food, so you can have the flavors of Mexico in your favorite sushi rolls.
Photo via Instagram / yellowfishsushi

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