Food & Drink

We Rounded Up All 119 BYOB Restaurants in DC (Because We Love You)

Published On 07/27/2016
Courtesy of Clyde’s Restaurant Group

1789 Restaurant

Address and Info

1226 36th St NW
$20 corkage fee.

Bangkok Joe’s

Address and Info

3000 K St NW
$25 corkage fee.

Bourbon Steak

Address and Info

2800 Pennsylvania Ave NW
$35 corkage fee; two-bottle limit.

Café Bonaparte

Address and Info

1522 Wisconsin Ave NW
$25 corkage fee.

Cafe Milano

Address and Info

3251 Prospect St NW
$25 corkage fee.

Farmers Fishers Bakers

Farmers Fishers Bakers

Address and Info

3000 K St NW
No corkage fee for the first bottle; $25 for each additional bottle.

La Chaumière

Address and Info

2813 M St NW
$35 corkage fee; two-bottle limit.

The Grill Room

Address and Info

1050 31st St NW
$50 corkage fee.

The Sovereign

Address and Info

1206 Wisconsin Ave NW
$25 corkage fee.

Via Umbria

Address and Info

1525 Wisconsin Ave NW
$10 corkage fee on Fridays and Saturdays for outside bottles; no corkage fee on Fridays if you buy from their wine shop.

Espita Mezcaleria | Rey Lopez

Dino’s Grotto

Address and Info

1914 9th St NW
No corkage fee Sundays through Wednesdays; $7.50 per person on other days, no bottle limit.

Espita

Address and Info

1250 9th St NW
$20 corkage fee.

Hazel

Address and Info

808 V St NW
$25 corkage fee; one-bottle limit.

Kyirisan

Address and Info

1924 8th St NW, Suite 140
$25 corkage fee.

Table

Address and Info

903 N St NW
$25 corkage fee.

Thai X-ing

Address and Info

2020 9th St NW
$5 corkage fee.

B Too

B Too

Address and Info

1324 14th St NW
$35 corkage fee.

Birch & Barley

Address and Info

1337 14th St NW
$25 corkage fee.

Commissary

Address and Info

1443 P St NW
$15 corkage fee.

Estadio

Address and Info

1520 14th St NW
$30 corkage fee; two-bottle limit; bottle cannot be on wine list.

Logan Tavern

Address and Info

1423 P St NW
$15 corkage fee.

The Pig

Address and Info

1320 14th St NW
$15 corkage fee.

Iron Gate | Eric Laignel

Grillfish

Address and Info

1200 New Hampshire Ave NW
$25 corkage fee.

Hank’s Oyster Bar

Address and Info

1624 Q St NW
$20 corkage fee.

Iron Gate

Address and Info

1734 N St NW
$25 corkage fee on the patio; one-bottle limit.

Komi

Address and Info

1509 17th St NW
$50 corkage fee; two-bottle limit.

Obelisk

Address and Info

2029 P St NW
$40 corkage fee; two-bottle limit; bottle cannot be on wine list.

Sette Osteria

Address and Info

1666 Connecticut Ave NW
$15 corkage fee; one-bottle limit.

Urbana

Address and Info

2121 P St NW
$25 corkage fee; two-bottle limit; bottle cannot be on wine list.

Cork Wine Bar

Cork Wine Bar

Address and Info

1720 14th St NW
$25 corkage fee; three-bottle limit.

doi moi

Address and Info

1800 14th St NW
$25 corkage fee; two-bottle limit; bottle cannot be on wine list.

Lupo Verde

Address and Info

1401 T St NW
$25 corkage fee; one bottle limit; $20 corkage fee per bottle for beer.

Mandu

Address and Info

1805 18th St NW
No corkage fee for the first bottle; $25 per additional bottle; three-bottle limit; no large format bottles.

Marvin

Address and Info

2007 14th St NW
$25 corkage fee.

Masa 14

Masa 14

Address and Info

1825 14th St NW
$15 corkage fee; bottle cannot be on wine list.

Pearl Dive

Address and Info

1612 14th St NW
$25 corkage fee.

Sette Osteria

Address and Info

1634 14th St NW
$15 corkage fee; one-bottle limit.

The Fainting Goat

Address and Info

1330 U St NW
$15 corkage fee.

Vinoteca

Address and Info

1940 11th St NW
$30 corkage fee; two-bottle limit.

701 Restaurant

701 Restaurant

Address and Info

701 Pennsylvania Ave NW
$25 corkage fee; two-bottle limit.

Bibiana

Address and Info

1100 New York Ave NW
$25 corkage fee; two-bottle limit; bottle cannot be on wine list.

Carmine’s

Address and Info

425 7th St NW
$25 corkage fee; bottle cannot be on wine list; no magnum bottles.

Cedar

Address and Info

822 E St NW
$25 corkage fee.

Central Michel Richard

Address and Info

1001 Pennsylvania Ave NW
$25 corkage fee; two-bottle limit; bottle cannot be on wine list.

Centrolina

Address and Info

974 Palmer Alley NW
$25 corkage fee.

Co. Co. Sala

Co Co. Sala

Address and Info

929 F St NW
$25 corkage fee; two-bottle limit.

DBGB Kitchen and Bar

Address and Info

931 H St NW
No corkage fee on Mondays; $40 corkage fee on other days for special circumstances if requested in advance.

Del Campo

Address and Info

777 I St NW
$25 corkage fee; three-bottle limit; bottle cannot be on wine list.

Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse

Address and Info

950 I St NW
$40 corkage fee per 750 mL bottle, two-bottle limit; $80 corkage fee per magnum bottle, one-bottle limit.

Courtesy of Fogo de Chao

Fogo de Chão

Address and Info

1101 Pennsylvania Ave NW
$25 corkage fee.

Jaleo

Address and Info

480 7th St NW
$25 corkage fee; two-bottle limit; bottle cannot be on wine list.

minibar

Address and Info

855 E St NW
$25 corkage fee; two-bottle limit; bottle cannot be on wine list.

nopa

Address and Info

800 F St NW
$25 corkage fee; two-bottle limit.

Proof

Address and Info

775 G St NW
$40 corkage fee; two-bottle limit; bottle cannot be on wine list.

Rasika

Address and Info

633 D St NW
$25 corkage fee; two-bottle limit.

The Partisan

The Partisan

Address and Info

709 D St NW
$25 corkage fee; one-bottle limit.

The Source

Address and Info

575 Pennsylvania Ave NW
$35 corkage fee.

Tosca

Address and Info

1112 F St NW
$30 corkage fee; two-bottle limit.

Zengo

Address and Info

781 7th St NW
$25 corkage fee.

The Red Hen DC

The Red Hen

Address and Info

1822 1st St NW
$20 corkage fee; two-bottle limit; bottle cannot be on wine list.

14K Restaurant

Address and Info

1001 14th St NW
$25 corkage fee.

Acadiana

Address and Info

901 New York Ave NW
$25 corkage fee.

All-Purpose Pizzeria

Address and Info

1250 9th St NW
$20 corkage fee; two-bottle limit; bottle cannot be on wine list.

BLT Steak

Address and Info

1625 I St NW
$35 corkage fee.

Brasserie Beck

Brasserie Beck

Address and Info

1101 K St NW
$35 corkage fee; two-bottle limit.

Café du Parc

Address and Info

1401 Pennsylvania Ave NW
$25 corkage fee.

Corduroy

Address and Info

1122 9th St NW
$35 corkage fee; one-bottle limit; no magnum or oversized bottles.

Equinox

Address and Info

818 Connecticut Ave NW
$25 corkage fee.

Founding Farmers

Address and Info

1924 Pennsylvania Ave NW
No corkage fee for the first bottle; $25 for each additional bottle; bottle cannot be on wine list.

KAZ Sushi Bistro

Address and Info

1915 I St NW
$20 corkage fee.

Courtesy of Clyde’s Restaurant Group

Old Ebbitt Grill

Address and Info

675 15th St NW
$20 corkage fee; bottle cannot be on wine list.

The Oval Room

Address and Info

800 Connecticut Ave NW
$25 corkage fee; bottle cannot be on wine list.

Rasoi Indian Kitchen

Address and Info

1810 K St NW
$15 corkage fee.

Rural Society

Address and Info

1177 15th St NW
$25 corkage fee; two-bottle limit.

Siroc Restaurant

Address and Info

915 15th St NW
$35 corkage fee.

Taberna del Alabardero

Taberna del Alabardero

Address and Info

1776 I St NW
$25 corkage fee.

The Bombay Club

Address and Info

815 Connecticut Ave NW
$25 corkage fee; two-bottle limit.

The Hamilton

Address and Info

600 14th St NW
$20 corkage fee; bottle cannot be on wine list; $20 corkage fee per bottle for beer.

The Lafayette

Address and Info

800 16th St NW
$25 corkage fee; bottle cannot be on wine list.

The Prime Rib

Address and Info

2020 K St NW
$35 corkage fee.

Toro Toro

Address and Info

1300 I St NW
$30 corkage fee.

Vidalia

Address and Info

1990 M St NW
$25 corkage fee; two-bottle limit; bottle cannot be on wine list.

Scarlet Oak

Bluejacket

Address and Info

300 Tingey St SE
$25 corkage fee.

Osteria Morini

Address and Info

301 Water St SE #109
$25 corkage fee; two-bottle limit.

Scarlet Oak

Address and Info

909 New Jersey Ave SE
$20 corkage fee.

Station 4

Address and Info

1101 4th St SW
$25 corkage fee.

Beuchert's Saloon

Ambar

Address and Info

523 8th St SE
$25 corkage fee; two-bottle limit.

Belga Café

Address and Info

514 8th St SE
$25 corkage fee.

Beuchert’s Saloon

Address and Info

623 Pennsylvania Ave SE
$25 corkage fee.

Bistro Cacao

Address and Info

320 Massachusetts Ave NE
$25 corkage fee.

Hank’s Oyster Bar

Address and Info

633 Pennsylvania Ave SE
$25 corkage fee.

Montmartre

Address and Info

327 7th St SE
$35 corkage fee.

Indique | Courtesy of Indique

2Amys

Address and Info

3715 Macomb St
$25 corkage fee.

Ardeo + Bardeo

Address and Info

3311 Connecticut Ave NW
$25 corkage fee.

Indique

Address and Info

3512-14 Connecticut Ave NW
$20 corkage fee.

Ripple

Address and Info

3417 Connecticut Ave NW
$20 corkage fee; two-bottle limit (or one magnum bottle); bottle cannot be on wine list; no corkage fee if bottle is purchased from Weygandt Wines down the street.

Sorriso

Address and Info

3518 Connecticut Ave NW
$15 corkage fee Tuesdays through Thursdays; $25 corkage fee on weekends.

Macon Bistro & Larder

Address and Info

5520 Connecticut Ave NW
$20 corkage fee; three-bottle limit.

Masseria | Courtesy of Masseria

Mandu

Address and Info

453 K St NW
No corkage fee for the first bottle; $25 per additional bottle; three-bottle limit; no large format bottles.

Masseria

Address and Info

1340 4th St NE
$50 corkage fee; two-bottle limit.

Ottoman Taverna

Address and Info

425 I St NW
$20 corkage fee.

BlackSalt Fish Market & Restaurant

Address and Info

4883 MacArthur Blvd
$25 corkage fee.

Et Voila!

Address and Info

5120 MacArthur Blvd NW
No corkage fee on Mondays; $25 per bottle on other days.

Circle Bistro

Circle Bistro

Address and Info

1 Washington Cir NW
$25 corkage fee.

District Commons

Address and Info

2200 Pennsylvania Ave NW
$25 corkage fee; two-bottle limit.

Marcel’s

Address and Info

2401 Pennsylvania Ave NW
$50 corkage fee.

Blue Duck Tavern

Blue Duck Tavern

Address and Info

1201 24th St NW
$35 corkage fee; two-bottle limit.

Rasika

Address and Info

1190 New Hampshire Ave NW
$25 corkage fee; two-bottle limit.

RIS

Address and Info

2275 L St NW
$25 corkage fee.

Le Chat Noir

Buck’s Fishing and Camping

Address and Info

5031 Connecticut Ave NW
$20 corkage fee.

Cafe of India

Address and Info

4909 Wisconsin Ave NW
No corkage fee.

Le Chat Noir

Address and Info

4907 Wisconsin Ave NW
No corkage fee on Mondays; $15 per bottle on other days.

Le Grenier

Le Grenier

Address and Info

502 H St NE
No corkage fee on Sundays; $15 per bottle on other days.

Medaterra

Address and Info

2614 Connecticut Ave NW
No corkage fee.

Southern Hospitality | Courtesy of Southern Hospitality

Mezè

Address and Info

2437 18th St NW
$20 corkage fee.

Southern Hospitality

Address and Info

1815 Adams Mill Rd NW
$25 corkage fee.

Creme Restaurant and Bar

Address and Info

2436 14th St NW
No corkage fee Wednesday through Saturday; reservations required; entire party must purchase dinner.

Bistro Bis

Bistro Bis

Address and Info

15 E St NW
$25 corkage fee.

Charlie Palmer Steak

Address and Info

101 Constitution Ave NW
No corkage fee daily for domestic bottles, two-bottle limit; no corkage fee on Fridays for domestic or imported bottles, six-bottle limit.

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Where to Watch the 2018 FIFA World Cup in DC

Updated On 06/22/2018 at 06:31AM EST
F our years after Germany beat Argentina in extra time, the world's nations will return to the World Cup and most beautiful game once again. This time around the action goes down in Moscow, meaning games will be airing on the East Coast between the early mornings (8am) and the mid-afternoon (2pm). Between June 14 and July 15, prepare to hoot, holler, day drink, and chow down on plenty of delicious bar snacks. The US team may not have qualified to play this time around, but that doesn't mean there isn't plenty of fun to be had. Here are some of the DC’s best pubs, taverns, and biergartens to cheer on your favorite team, and don't forget to check back in as the games heat up for updates to drink specials and deals.

Lucky Bar

Dupont Circle

Well-known soccer haven for a burger and a beer
The District's go-to English Premier League drinking headquarters, Lucky Bar functions as a proper English pub for an afternoon (or morning) of pints and football. You can bank on a sizable, rowdy crowd for The Three Lions matches, but don't let the British flavor fool you; you're in for a treat no matter your allegiances. With three big screens and 22 TVs scattered through two levels, you don't have to worry about missing any action. Wash down a Big Ass Burger with a beer or five for the full experience. Fair warning: the Dupont hotspot is hardly a secret in DC soccer circles, so you'll want to grab your table early for knockout stage matches. They'll be open at 7:30am daily.

Dock FC

Ivy City

One of the few spots owned by a former pro player
Dock FC is a mission accomplished for owner Ari Gejdenson, an ex-pro who wanted to create a home for great food and drink to be shared in celebration of the world’s game. Spending his playing days in both Europe and South America inspired the international flair of Dock FC, aptly named for its location on the original loading dock of Hecht Warehouse in Northeast. You can’t go wrong with their traditional pub grub, but tacos are the real score on the menu. Seating is communal, so don't expect to grab your own table.

Ireland's Four Courts

Ireland's Four Courts

Courthouse

Good conversation and chill vibes for a soccer-fueled hangout
Soccer enthusiasts looking to watch a match solo should look no further than this cozy Courthouse Irish pub. Friendly bartenders and soccer-loving regulars make Ireland’s Four Courts an excellent option for game time revels. Make this your go-to World Cup spot and get your name added to the “Wall of Legends.” Prereqs? Drink 100 pints. Their drink specials switch up all the time, so email irelandsfourcourtshh@gmail.com for the scoop.

Irish Channel Pub

Irish Channel Pub

Chinatown

Hidden hotel gem offers a true Emerald Isle experience
Though located in Chinatown’s Fairfield Inn, Irish Channel is no ordinary hotel bar. Authenticity is the name of the game here, with an A+ beer list to match its true-blue Irish fare, and happy hour starts at 3pm. Tottenham and Stoke City supporters call the Dublin-themed pub home all year, but all are welcome to soak in the action during the 2018 World Cup. To goals, and lots of ‘em -- slainte!

Sauf Haus Bier Hall & Garden

Sauf Haus Bier Hall & Garden

Dupont Circle

Traditional German beer hall with a rooftop view to boot
A can’t-miss if you’re pulling for Die Mannschaft, there isn’t a better spot on the list if you’re looking for long tables and tall lagers. Sauf Haus serves as a perfect home for fans of the tournament’s defending champs, with 16 German brews on tap and to-die-for pretzels. Celebrate a German victory with Jäger shots on their rooftop, complete with views of Dupont. Note that "saufen" is German for “to drink.”

Elephant & Castle

Downtown and Penn Quarter

Serving up British fare for Spanish watch parties
For regulars of Elephant & Castle’s two locations, rubbing shoulders with their sister bar’s crowd means fraternizing with the enemy. With its 19th Street location serving as home base for the District’s Barcelona supporters and Real Madrid fans setting up shop at the Downtown location on Pennsylvania Avenue, the World Cup offers a chance at uniting in the name of national pride. Despite the pro-Spain crowds, it's got a decidedly English atmosphere, with bangers & mash and fish & chips heating up the menu. ¡Viva España, viva DC!

Biergarten Haus

Biergarten Haus

H Street

For German fans looking for a wurst and a prost
Decks on decks on decks at this Bavarian-style beer garden. From the looks of the H Street storefront, you’d never know this bar and restaurant can hold more than 400 people. Biergarten Haus boasts a superior selection of German beers. Their accompanying liter-sized mugs are perfect for nursing (or chugging) and pair well with the German pub fare. The TV situation (upwards of 20 screens) and cheerful atmosphere put this bar at the top of our list. They've got food specials and fresh-brewed coffee for the games too.

Lou's City Bar

Columbia Heights

Neighborhood bar with a dog-friendly patio
Conveniently located a half a block from the Columbia Heights Metro station, this neighborhood watering hole comes with 23 TVs and a whopping 140-inch HD projector screen, making it a convenient spot to watch any of the World Cup soccer games. Even when Lou’s gets crowded, you’re usually able to find a place to sit. If you’d like an “outdoorsy” afternoon, take in a game at one of the patio tables on the deck. Their early-morning specials include $5 Heinekens and bar snacks.