“Bring your own wine” – aka BYOB – restaurants in Montreal are easy on the wallet. And some also offer fantastic food! That’s why the terrace/bring-your-wine combination may seem hard to beat. Here are some of the best BYOB restaurants in Montreal that also have an outdoor patio!
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Unfortunately Tandem Restaurant has now moved to Verchères.
Tandem is probably the best BYOB restaurant in Montreal… and the small terrace overlooking rue Villeray and its mature trees only adds to the happiness.
This is definitely not an authentic pizza, but rather an ultra-rustic Italian-American pie in Montreal. It’s cheap and always full, which are two undeniable arguments for visiting this Little Italy establishment.
Le Square’s menu is on their website. This means you can decide in advance what you’ll have and choose the wine you’ll bring accordingly. Here’s a neat trick that many don’t think about!
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Le Bagatelle is an unpretentious restaurant offering French and Mediterranean dishes with local and seasonal ingredients, for example onion soup, homemade smoked salmon or roast duck breast served with beetroot risotto.
The Deuxlux offers Mediterranean cuisine, so one can wager that a white or light red will be in order. Come prepared with an appropriate bottle!
The charcuterie plate at La Prunelle leaps from the ordinary and features deer, rabbit and guinea fowl plus naan bread instead of the traditional baguette. Complete the experience with a great bottle of your own wine.
Le Bleu Raisin
A seven-course tasting menu in a good restaurant in Montreal, a real treat. This is true in almost all respects: le Bleu Raisin, besides allowing its customers to bring their own wine, boasts very reasonable prices.
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