The best bring your own wine restaurants on the South Shore

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What are the best bring your own wine restaurants on the South Shore?

BYOB, or Bring Your Own Wine – we Quebecers love it! Did you know that our list of the best bring your own wine restaurants in Montreal is one of the most read lists on the site?! The reason is simple, we like to be able to go to restaurants and eat well without spending a fortune. And on the South Shore, there is now a wide range of good places to bring your own wine.

The practice of “Bring Your Own Wine” (BYO) exists in many countries under the name of “Bring Your Own Bottle” (BYOB). This practice – also commonly referred to as bring your own wine – exists in many countries, and started in Quebec in the 1980s. A few merchants realized that there was a legal vacuum and they decided to allow customers to bring their own wine into their establishments. This resulted in a quick reinvigoration of their restaurants that greatly helped to increase their popularity. Today, bring your own wine is not what it used to be; they have evolved to the effervescent rhythm of the South Shore’s restaurant scene! You can now eat very well while bringing your own wine – hence this list of the best bring your own wine restaurants on the South Shore. Perfect for smaller budgets or just for the pleasure of drinking your favourite wine with a delicious restaurant meal, bring your own wine is a hit!

If you’re a fan of bring your own wine establishments, Tastet has also prepared a summer list of bring your own wine restaurants, as well as a list of Tastet’s favorites for BYOB restaurants. For more suggestions, check out our bring your own wine category, by clicking here. Happy discoveries!

If you know of other places that deserve to be on our list of the best bring your own wine restaurants on the South Shore, write to us: [email protected]

Dur à Cuire

Dur à Cuire is definitely one of the best bring your own wine restaurants on the South Shore! At Dur à Cuire, the kitchen is open concept and plays a major role in the lively atmosphere of the place – if you want a quiet place to talk, you’ll want to wait for other suggestions. The restaurant offers friendly cuisine for about $45 to $50 per person including an appetizer and a main course, and the plates are generous and delicious. Needless to say, sharing is the order of the day here: we recommend that you order so that you can try everyone’s dishes. Warm decor and atmosphere, delicious, surprising, and generous food. This is one of our favourite places to bring your wine on the South Shore. photo Dur à Cuire

219 Rue Saint-Jean
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