Five places to BYOB in Oak Cliff

Bringing your own booze to a restaurant ensures you won’t be disappointed with your drink order, and you won’t overpay for a bottle of wine. Here are five neighborhood restaurants that encourage you to bring your own.

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photo by James Coreas

Bocce Italian Kitchen opened on West Davis at Madison about a year ago, offering homemade pasta and pizza for lunch and dinner every day. Bring a nice bottle of wine or maybe a couple of Peroni.

Greek Cafe & Bakery
Greek Cafe & Bakery

Greek Cafe & Bakery in Bishop Arts offers a simple, consistent menu of Greek favorites, plus outstanding homemade desserts. Feel free to BYO ouzo.

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Cheesesteak House is so good and so addictive that we think you deserve to go there as much as you want, calories be damned. Just drink Michelob Ultra to balance it out.

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The new Herrera’s on Sylvan has a liquor license, but our old one on Illinois at Wright is still BYOB, and the enchiladas are just as good as you remember.

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La Fondita, on Ferndale Avenue in Elmwood, has some of the best Mexican food in Dallas. The restaurant relocated a couple of years ago to a former barbecue place that has a big backyard, which makes it a great spot to bring little ones. It’s cash only and BYOB.

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