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BYOB Chicago

Your Guide to Bring-Your-Own-Bottle Restaurants and Wine & Spirits Stores in Chicago

Jean Iversen


List Price: 13.95*
* Individual store prices may vary.


Dedicated exclusively to the Bring-Your-Own-Bottle (BYOB)landscape in Chicagoland, this indispensable purse-sized guidebook lists nearly 300 BYOBs located in and around the city and suburbs. Featuring restaurants that not only allow but encourage customers to bring their own wine, beer, or spirits, this updated edition reflects the continued growth of the BYOB trend in Chicago, asmore people are learning to appreciate the savings and personal enjoyment of bringing their own bottles of wine, beer, or spirits to dinner. Handy indices listing restaurants by location and cuisine are coupled with insightful information on food-pairing guidelines, BYOB etiquette, and local liquor laws to help restaurant-goers create a perfect dining experience.

Praise For BYOB Chicago: Your Guide to Bring-Your-Own-Bottle Restaurants and Wine & Spirits Stores in Chicago

"The first comprehensive guide dedicated exclusively to the BYOB dining experience in Chicago." Schaefer's Wines, Foods & Spirits

"A reference guide for when you're on-the-go." Chicago Dining Examiner

"We can't think of a more useful guidebook in Chicago."  Time Out Chicago

"For the budget-minded diner, as well as the wine enthusiast and the brew lover."  Chicago magazine

"A key resource to have in this town."

"The ultimate guide for anyone who needs a little wine expertise."  Jargon Chicago

"A great resource that I turn to time and time again." Alpana Singh, author, Alpana Pours: About Being a Woman, Loving Wine, and Having Great Relationships

BYOB Chicago, Inc, 9780976413134, 207pp.

Publication Date: November 1, 2009

About the Author

Jean Iversen is a freelance writer and an editor who has developed more than 100 books for publishers such as Dearborn Trade and the American Bar Association. She lives in Chicago.