Results tagged with 'byob'
Published Feb. 9, 2010
Despite rumors you may have heard, it is illegal to bring your own beer or wine into a Wisconsin restaurant. However, as a customer service, a few local restaurants allow their customers to carry in, which causes great controversy in the local dining scene among restaurant owners.
Published Feb. 3, 2010
Wisconsin state law prohibits bars and restaurants from allowing customers to bring in their own wine or beer. Personally, I believe that BYO-friendly restaurants would encourage people to dine out more often. In this economy, it seems like any incentive to seat people at tables is a good idea.
Published Oct. 2, 2009
In larger cities, like New York and Philadelphia, bring-your-own-beer (BYOB) is the norm. Small hole-in-the-wall restaurants lacking a legit liquor license invite diners to bring their own beverages, equipping eaters with desired drinks without the hassle of gaining a license or keeping an inventory.
Published June 2, 2009
So, can you carry in alcohol to Jazz in the Park? Let me attempt to clear the air regarding carry in policies, parks and festivals.