While fancy cocktails made by mixologists with simple syrups and flavored bitters can be amazing, sometimes the wallet likes something that’s a little more, uh, cheap. Let’s just be honest about that.
Luckily, Hoboken has an abundance of incredible BYOB restaurants (Bring Your Own Bottle) with nearly 40 spots to choose from in the square mile city. Why play wine roulette, when you can bring your favorite bottle of wine? Or miss the chance to show off that home-brew you’ve so carefully crafted? You can even snag a fancy wooden beer caddy to carry your six-pack.
Below is the most up-to-date and comprehensive guide to Hoboken’s BYOB restaurants. Businesses continue to open and close throughout hoboken, and we regularly keep this guide updated. It’s organized by cuisine type in alphabetical order. If you know of any hidden BYOB gems in Hoboken, leave a comment down below! We’ve certainly uncovered a few happy surprises while putting together this guide.
There are no corkage fees in New Jersey at BYO restaurants.
Restaurants by Cuisine BYOB
- Cafe Michelina
- Delfino’s (fast casual)
- Frankie & Ava’s Italian Eatery (New!)
- Hot House Pizza (backyard)
- Johnny Pepperoni
- Napoli’s Brick Oven Pizza
- Otto Strada
- Pizza Republic (fast casual)
- Roticeria de Gigi
- San Giuseppe
- The Brick Fire Baked Pizza
- Trattoria Saporito
- Urban Coal House
BYOB Restaurants by Location
If you prefer to search for a BYOB restaurant by location, please view the guide below:
Liquor Stores by Location
Once you’ve chosen a place to eat, the next step is deciding what to drink! Fortunately, if you don’t have extra wine and beer stashed at home, there are plenty of affordable liquor stores around Hoboken near your restaurant of choice.
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