Hoboken BYOB Restaurants

Hoboken BYOB Restaurants

Hoboken BYOB restaurantsBelow, in addition to the alphabetical listing of all Hoboken BYOB restaurants – there is an additional section which is sorted by cuisine type! (See lists below!)

More so now than ever (in this economy) It’s good to know of places that are always cheaper to eat when you can bring your own wine or beer!

Not only will your overall tab be less – you can also enjoy MORE tasty alcoholic beverages at the same time. Win-win situation!

Share your favorites, or try a new one out and let the community know!

If you see an error or omission, please send email to hoboken411@gmail.com.

Enjoy your vino!

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Hoboken BYOB Restaurants – By Cuisine Type




Hoboken BYOB Restaurants by Cuisine



  • Bombay West
  • Hoboken Dhaba
  • Matt & Meera



Japanese (including Sushi)

Latin American



Middle Eastern


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Hoboken BYOB Restaurants – Alphabetically

Hoboken BYOB Restaurants AlphabeticallyAli Baba – Middle Eastern
Anthony David’s – American
Aroma – Chinese
Ayame Hibachi & Sushi – Japanese
Backyards Bistro – American
Bombay West – Indian
Cafe Michelina – Italian
Charrito’s Downtown – Mexican
Charrito’s Uptown – Mexican
Casual Thai – Thai
Diana’s Cafe – Cafe / Diner
Dozzino – Italian
Hoboken Cottage – Chinese
Hoboken Dhaba – Indian
Hoboken Gourmet – Cafe
Illuzion – Japanese
It’s Greek to Me – Greek
Johnny Pepperoni
La Isla – Cuban
Legal Beans – Cafe
Margherita’s – Italian
Maru – Japanese
Matt & Meera – Indian
Napoli’s – Brick oven pizza
Okinawa Sushi & Grill – Self explanatory
Piccolo Roma – Italian
Piri Piri – Portuguese
Pizza Republic – Italian
Precious – Chinese & Japanese
Rice Shop – Chinese & Japanese
Robongi – Japanese
Rome Pizzeria & Grill – Italian
Sabores Restaurante Mexicano – Mexican
San Guiseppe – Italian
Satay – Malaysian
Sri Thai – Thai
Sushi House – Japanese
T Thai – Thai
Trattoria Saporito – Italian
Ubu – Japanese
Yeung II – Chinese & Japanese
Zafra – Cuban


In the end – are you BYO or not?

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hobohowemarcheJourneykooky katnicoleb4 Recent comment authors
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you might want to consider the lincoln inn in jersey city, you can a decent meal at a reasonable price, full bar also available, and they can easily accomadate 60 people


Don’t forget: at the Elks club you get dinner -and- a show/brawl!



[quote comment=”37968″]How about Lounge 11 Journey? It’s close to home!? :P[/quote]

Yeah it is. We will have to call the places everyone has suggested and ask about the numbers and the wheelchair and then do some eating out to make the final choice.

kooky kat

IS there wheelchair access to that basement? It’s a nice space, but Lola’s food is an acquired taste. Now, I will pretty much eat anything, but I don’t go out of my way to go here unless friends are insisting on tapas. It does a number on me like no other food ever has!!

How about Lounge 11 Journey? It’s close to home!? 😛


Lolas isn’t a bad option – the room downstairs is very, very nice and since they specialize in (real) tapas, they’d probably be able to put together some great finger-food plates.

My only reservation is that the last time I went there, the food was pretty pricey.