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America's Best BYO Restaurants

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Chrystal Baker & Amir Thomas, The Duo Dishes

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

RussianDacha Café, Los Angeles

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A dacha is a country house, and indeed this hard-to-find hideaway—with its bougainvillea-lined courtyard, long wooden benches, and Eastern European pop soundtrack—feels like it’s miles from congested L.A. Try Georgian kharcho soup (strips of lamb in a cilantro-tinged broth), crispy fried Cornish game hen, and cabbage-and-beef dumplings.

BYO: Take your cue from the convivial Russians at the next table over and make frequent toasts with that bottle of vodka you brought.

(5338 Laurel Canyon Blvd.; 818-509-5828; dinner for two $40.)

America's Best BYO Restaurants

RussianDacha Café, Los Angeles

A dacha is a country house, and indeed this hard-to-find hideaway—with its bougainvillea-lined courtyard, long wooden benches, and Eastern European pop soundtrack—feels like it’s miles from congested L.A. Try Georgian kharcho soup (strips of lamb in a cilantro-tinged broth), crispy fried Cornish game hen, and cabbage-and-beef dumplings.

BYO: Take your cue from the convivial Russians at the next table over and make frequent toasts with that bottle of vodka you brought.

(5338 Laurel Canyon Blvd.; 818-509-5828; dinner for two $40.)

Chrystal Baker & Amir Thomas, The Duo Dishes
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