Looking for a restaurant to indulge in that fancy bottle of wine you’ve been saving? Want to enjoy a drink at a restaurant without a liquor license? Thankfully for Houstonians, many of the city’s restaurants allow diners to bring their own bottles, beer or booze, so long as the restaurant itself doesn’t sell spirits.
Some of these eateries have beer and wine lists of their own, while some are completely dry. Corkage fees vary — anywhere from a few dollars to a cool $20. And it’s always a good idea to call ahead to confirm policies and prices.
Go forth and head to these 15 Houston restaurants that allow diners to bring their own booze.Read More