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BYOB Restaurants in the Greater Pittsburgh Area

Enjoy a delicious meal and pop your cork -- for free -- at one of these Pittsburgh BYOB restaurants and eateries. Some may charge a small corkage fee, so check with the restaurant for details.

Cafe Du Jour
This french bistro-style restaurant offers an open-kitchen atmosphere. Alcohol is not served, but you can BYOB. There is a $2-per-wine-glass fee or $2 per table fee if you bring your own wine glasses. Lunch and dinner, Tuesday - Saturday.

Small Beechview restaurant is a treat for those who are serious about good Italian food. The portions are huge, and there is no liquor license so people can bring their own wine.

La Feria
Tucked above Pamela's restaurant in Shadyside, La Feria offers unique Peruvian fare in a craft gallery/gift shop setting. Small, rotating menu and BYOB.

Mediterranean Grill
Small, family run BYOB offers authentic Middle Eastern and Lebanese cuisine in a casual and comfortable atmosphere. Located on Forbes Avenue in Squirrel Hill.

Sewickley Cafe
This charming casual cafe in Sewickley offers inside and outside garden dining with a wide variety of seafood entrees, pastas, salads and soups. BYOB for a $2 stem fee.

Square Cafe
Cute little eatery in Regent Square is popular with families. Breakfast, lunch and dinner offer something for everyone, and BYOB means you can bring along your own favorite wine.

Owned and operated by a family of Italian immigrants, Vivo, which seats only 36 at one time, offers great service and fresh, innovative Italian food in a relaxed, intimate environment. Located in the "dry" community of Bellevue, Vivo offers BYOB for a modest $3 corkage fee.

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