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Restaurants where you can BYOB

Dr. Paul Kosarin with a bottle of Chateau

(Credit: Ana P. Gutierrez)

Here's a sampler of Nassau and Suffolk restaurants that allow you to bring your own alcohol.

  • The American Hotel $$$$ | Hotel Motel, American, French 49 Main St. Sag Harbor The American Hotel, which has eight guest rooms, is a local landmark. It's known for ...

  • Angelina's in East Norwich. (?Jan. ?22, ?2015)

    Angelina's $$ | Italian 1017 Oyster Bay Rd. East Norwich Casual restaurant serving Italian food. ...

  • Critic rating 3
    Inside Blackstone Steakhouse in Melville.

    Blackstone Steakhouse $$$$ | American, Steak, Japanese, Seafood, Sushi 10 Pinelawn Rd. Melville Beef and seafood are the mainstays of the edibles delivered at this Melville steakhouse where ...

  • Critic rating 2.5
    A porch offers a wide welcome at The

    The Fifth Season $$$ | New American 34 E. Broadway Port Jefferson The Fifth Season moves into first place. Relocated from Greenport, Erik Orlowski's refreshing New American ...

  • The Jamesport Manor Inn is tucked away on

    Jamesport Manor Inn $$$ | New American 370 Manor Lane Jamesport Rebuilt and renewed, the Jamesport Manor Inn is an ideal North Fork stop year-round. ...

  • Cannolis in the main dinning room at King

    King Umberto $$ | Pizza, Italian, Pasta 1343 Hempstead Tpke. Elmont Casual restaurant and pizzeria serving Italian food. ...

  • Critic rating 2.5
    Kitchen A Bistro, a charmingly unpretentious restaurant at

    Kitchen A Bistro $$$ | Bistros - Brasseries, French 404 N. Country Rd. St. James Tucked away on a pastoral section of Rt. 25A, this house-like eatery appears at first ...

  • Interior of Nautilus Cafe in Freeport

    Nautilus Cafe $$$ | Seafood, American 46 Woodcleft Ave. Freeport A casual restaurant serving upscale seafood. ...

  • Critic rating 4
    The exterior of Stresa in Manhasset.

    Stresa $$$ | Italian 1524 Northern Blvd. Manhasset Elegant and outstanding Italian restaurant, with dishes that cross borders. ...

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