Restaurants in the City Centre that are BYO(B)
What’s better than a good meal accompanied by an delicious bottle of wine? When you can bring your own.
There’s some really great restaurants in DublinTown that you can bring your own bottle, for a small charge, to accompany their fabulous meal. Take a look!
Gallaher & Co
D’Olier Street, Dublin 2
Gallaher’s bistro and coffee house is located in the historic D’Olier Chambers, built in 1891 by J.F Fuller for Irish Tobacco Baron Tom Gallaher. Gallaher & Co offers a contemporary European cafe style menu. All our dishes are freshly made to the highest standards, we buy locally sourced produce from the finest suppliers in Dublin, we pride ourselves in producing fabulous fresh dishes, so whether it’s for breakfast, lunch, brunch, prix fixe, a la carte, or just for a coffee.
Gallaher’s have a BYO policy, corkage is charged at €6 per bottle of wine and €1.20 per beer / cider.
Musashi Noodles & Sushi Bar havbe locations across Dublin, however it is just their Parnell Street location that offers BYOB (wine only). They prepare and distribute delicious, authentic, and fresh ready-to-eat sushi and rolls. Quality and incredible flavour is of the utmost importance. Musashi use only premium ingredients in their food, and never compromise on quality or freshness.
Musashi charge €3 for corkage.
South William Street
Established by husband and wife team Aziz and Eva Nouhi, this Moroccan restaurant embodies the tantalising tastes of Andalusian and North African cuisine. With its decadent decor and aroma of rich spices, you are whisked off – even if it’s just for your lunch hour – to the exotic country.
€4 corkage for wine, one main course to be ordered per person when bringing your own wine.
Welcome to the vintage kitchen, a pop down to restaurant nestled in the old part of DublinTown beside the famous Mulligans pub & between the river Liffey and Trinity college, here you will find the vintage kitchen, a small eatery specializing in local ingredients.
The Vintage Kitchen have a corkage fee of three euro per bottle
Fallon & Byrne
Fallon & Byrne’s wine cellar is one of the most atmospheric restaurants in Dublin. The shelves are lined with an unrivalled selection of more than 600 wickedly quaffable wines, many served by the glass. Their staff can recommend every last one, with or without some tasty bar food.
If you purchase a bottle of their wine, they only charge a €1 corkage fee on Monday and Tuesday.