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America's Best BYO Restaurants
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America's Best BYO Restaurants

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Sarah Lemoncelli

How can you cut your restaurant bill and enjoy great wine? Bring your own booze to one of these great BYO restaurants.

Kaz AnNou, New York City

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Brooklynites love this new French-Caribbean boîte in Prospect Heights for its dinner party atmosphere: owners Sebastien Aubert and Michelle Lane greet every guest and prepare the Guadeloupan entrées (smoked jerk chicken; shrimp and dumplings in a white wine–shallot sauce) themselves.

BYO: A Gewürtztraminer wine pairs well, but for a novel treat, bring a bottle of white rum and ask Aubert to mix up a pitcher of Ti Punch, a traditional cocktail made with rhum blanc, lime juice, and sugarcane.

(53 Sixth Ave., Brooklyn; 718-938-3235; dinner for two $30.)

America's Best BYO Restaurants

Kaz AnNou, New York City

Brooklynites love this new French-Caribbean boîte in Prospect Heights for its dinner party atmosphere: owners Sebastien Aubert and Michelle Lane greet every guest and prepare the Guadeloupan entrées (smoked jerk chicken; shrimp and dumplings in a white wine–shallot sauce) themselves.

BYO: A Gewürtztraminer wine pairs well, but for a novel treat, bring a bottle of white rum and ask Aubert to mix up a pitcher of Ti Punch, a traditional cocktail made with rhum blanc, lime juice, and sugarcane.

(53 Sixth Ave., Brooklyn; 718-938-3235; dinner for two $30.)

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