March 02, 2018

The 18 Best Restaurants to BYOB in San Antonio

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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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.
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
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