No Corkage Fee Restaurants in Upper East Side

 

 

Saturday November 22, 2014 Author: Adrian Categories:

 

 

As one of the more pricey areas of Manhattan, dining out in Upper East Side can easily get expensive, especially when indulging in a nice wine bottle or two. So how do you cut costs without cutting back?

The neighborhood is home to quite a few restaurants that allow you to bring your own wine (BYOW). While restaurants typically charge a corkage fee, there are some that welcome patrons to bring their own bottle free of charge. Let’s break down Upper East Side restaurants with no corkage fee.

Fatty Fish

406 E 64th St,  New York, NY 10065

“Fatty Fish is a great spot to bring friends for good food and great service at an extremely reasonable price. The best part about this place is the fact that it’s BYOB and we didn’t get charged any corking fees.” – Desiree M.

Agora

1565 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10028

“Food is absolutely stellar, and BYOB doesn’t hurt.  Pretty sure I have had just about everything on the menu and nothing has disappointed!” – Jamie R.

Amali

115 E 60th St, Manhattan, NY 10065

“…the food was amazing, very fresh and most importantly our clients loved our choice. The wine selection was great and the staff was extremely attentive with us .” – Ulyana U.

Poke Restaurant

343 E 85th St, Manhattan, NY 10028

“Spicy miso is the most amazing ever. The byo is great and there’s a wine shop a block away.” – Kristen B.

Tanoshi Sushi & Sake Bar

1372 York Ave, New York, NY 10021

“No frills, BYOB, omakase, and it’s affordable. That pretty much sums it up. And it’s quite delicious.” – Priscilla T.

OM Real Indian Food

1593 2nd Ave, New York, New York, NY

“The meal was delicious and the service was just right; not too attentive and not too over attentive. In addition, this spot is BYO…” – Andrew B.

To find other BYOW-friendly restaurants in NYC that don’t charge for corkage, download the CorkageFee app for iOS here. Cheers!