BYOWine: 9 Top Restaurants to Bring Your Own Pennsylvania Wine in the Southeast

So you’ve hit the wine trail, seen some great sites and now your stomach’s rumbling. You wish you knew a great local spot to eat where you could bring that bottle you just bought. Don’t get stuck without a clue! Knowledge is power, and we have nine perfect places offering delicious fare. Even better–you can pop the cork on your favorite local wine.

Brandywine Valley

  • Junto BYOB (Chadds Ford) A sustainably focused eatery featuring native seafood along with produce and meats from Pennsylvania farms.
  • Wyebrook Farm (Honey Brook) This farm features a modern market and restaurant where the menu showcases the pastured beef and heritage-breed pork.
  • Portabello’s (Kennett Square) A comfy BYOB in downtown Kennett Square whose menu focuses on Mediterranean specialties with globally inspired flair.

Montgomery County

  • Aroma Mediterranean Cuisine (King of Prussia) An area favorite, Aroma’s name says it all: Its fragrant dishes are authentic and satisfying, from moussaka to shawarma.
  • Spring Mill Cafe (Conshohocken) Artful plating and delicious French fare have been drawing patrons to this historic building since 1978.
  • Tamarindos (Flourtown) Take your taste buds south of the border with authentic Yucatecan cuisine at this Flourtown eatery.

Berks County

  • Say Cheese! (West Reading) Cheese and wine—what could be better? How about a menu of inspired global bites perfect for wine pairing.
  • Mediterranean Cafe & Grill (Fogelsville) A wide variety of Mediterranean and Middle Eastern dishes makes this the perfect spot for vegetarians and meat eaters alike.
  • La Cocina Mexicana (Kutztown) The name says it all. A hotspot for Mexican cuisine with a wide variety of traditional specialties.


The Pennsylvania Winery Association is a trade association representing more than 100 member wineries and an advocate on behalf of the state’s growing multibillion-dollar wine industry. With some of the most fertile grape-growing land on the East Coast, Pennsylvania ranks fifth nationally in the amount of grapes grown, seventh in wine production, and seventh in the number of licensed wineries. To learn more about Pennsylvania wine or to plan a trip, visit


Nathan Greenwood

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