Bring your own wine restaurants with a terrace in Montreal

“Bring your own wine” restaurants in Montreal are easy on the wallet. Some also offer fantastic food! That’s why the terrace/bring-your-wine combination may seem hard to beat. Here are restaurants where you can bring your own drinks and eat under the stars!

Restaurant La Prunelle

327, av Duluth E, Montréal, QC H2W 1J1

The charcuterie plate at La Prunelle leaps from the ordinary and features deer, rabbit and guinea fowl plus naan bread instead of the traditional baguette. Complete the experience with a great bottle of your own wine.

Pizzeria Napoletana

189, rue Dante, Montréal, QC H2S 1K1

This is definitely not an authentic pizza, but rather an ultra-rustic Italian-American pie in Montreal. It's cheap and always full, which are two undeniable arguments for visiting this Little Italy establishment.

Tandem Restaurant

586, rue Villeray, Montréal, QC H2R 1H6

Tandem is probably the best bring-your-own-wine in town... and the small terrace overlooking rue Villeray and its mature trees only adds to the happiness.

Restaurant Bleu Raisin

5237, rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, QC H2J 2M1

A seven-course tasting menu in a good restaurant in Montreal, a real treat. This is true in almost all respects: le Bleu Raisin, besides allowing its customers to bring their own wine, boasts very reasonable prices.

Restaurant Kyomi

7660, boul Newman, Lasalle, QC H8N 1X8

Newman Boulevard de LaSalle is not necessarily a Mecca of BYOW restaurants, but one thing is certain: they aren’t lacking for space for large terraces in this part of the Island!


6701 Av De Chateaubriand, Montréal, QC H2S 2N9

The Deuxlux offers Mediterranean cuisine, so one can wager that a white or light red will be in order. Come prepared with an appropriate bottle!

Le Square

162, rue Prince-Arthur E, Montréal, QC H2X 1B7

Le Square's menu is on their website. This means you can decide in advance what you'll have and choose the wine you’ll bring accordingly. Here’s a neat trick that many don’t think about!

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