A Local’s Guide to Morristown BYOB Restaurants (Complete With Wine Pairings)
Walk along South Street and you’ll find a number of delicious Morristown BYOB restaurants that will hit the spot, from epic American fare created by a culinary mastermind to traditional Italian cuisine that every Nonna would approve of. These BYOB restaurants in Morristown are the perfect answer to date night, family night out, or even an impromptu friend’s night out.
Luckily for you, Amanti Vino (60A South Street, Morristown 973-267-9463) is not only super close to all of these restaurants, but they also offer a wine (beer and spirit) collection that is sure to have what you’re looking for (and maybe a bit more). Their expertise along with their extensive selection will give you the intel you need to find that exact bottle of vino or possibly, something that may become your new go to.
From new menu items that will entice and delight to Amanti Vino‘s very own wine picks that will pair perfectly, our guide to Morristown BYOB restaurants is guaranteed to make your night complete. From drinks through dessert – North Jersey InMotion has got you covered.
Your Guide to Morristown BYOB Restaurants (Complete With Wine Pairings!)
A neighborhood staple that brings every day dining to an entire new level, South + Pine is the vision and creation of Leia Gaccione, former Executive Chef and Chef de Cuisine for Bobby Flay. Gaccione gets your love of food as well as your need to enjoy it – not just on special occasions – which is why when you bring your bottle of 2016 Devaux Bourgogne Hautes Cotes de Beaune that pairs perfectly with the Local Crab Salad, you’ll get why this restaurant’s claim to pair food, peace, and love into one place is 100% accurate. 90 South Street, Morristown 862-260-9700 http://www.southandpine.com/
Locals know that if they’re in the mood for delicious sushi without any compromises, they head straight for Monster Sushi. A staple for those who enjoy Japanese cuisine without breaking their budget, we can’t help but not break the budget with the wine selection either, which is why a natural, light wine like 2017 Gulp Hablo Garnacha wine (under $12!) is a perfect choice. 5 Pine Street, Morristown 973-292-0314 http://www.monstersushinj.com/
Thai food with a French twist, Origin French Thai II is one of three locations in New Jersey that has quickly set a name as being the location for Thai connoisseurs to enjoy authentic Thai cuisine in an elegant setting. Pick up a bottle of 2015 Rolet Poulsard from Amanti Vino in Morristown, a choice that pairs perfectly with umami rich foods, then dine on everything from Duck Tamarind to South Street Jumbo Shrimp. 10 South Street, Morristown 973-971-9933 http://www.originthai2.com/
A bottle of red, a bottle of white, choose one or both to bring to Pavesi where their large menu of Italian pastas, meats, and fishes are only complemented by fresh salads, creamy soups, and decadent desserts. Whether you choose a 2017 San Pietro ‘K’ Pinot Grigio that will please everyone or an earthy 2014 Castell’in Villa Chianti Classico to bring to dinner, you can’t go wrong – with Pavesi’s or your wine choice. 50 South Street, Morristown 973-993-1944 https://www.pavesinj.com/
Wine and dine at Fiore’s, one of the best BYOB restaurants in Morristown. Pair a classic Italian American dish such as Chicken Parmesan with a Sangiovese Blend like the 2015 Mocali ‘Brody Rosso.’ Or sip on the 2017 Felline Vermentino, the perfect compliment to seafood dishes like Sauteed Calamari and Gamberi Scampi. 12 Elm Street, Morristown 973-539-5511 https://www.fioresitalianrestaurantnj.com/
Whoever said they’ve had enough Italian food never visited Morristown, especially Nunzio’s Dolce Vita where you can definitely live the sweet (and savory) life, at least during your meal. Chef and Owner Nunzio Cassara brings decades of experience, cooking in some of the NYC’s finest kitchens and combines it with his own Mediterranean heritage to bring a fusion of traditional and chic dishes to Morristown. Just bring a bottle of 2016 Hardin Cabernet Sauvignon to the table from Amanti Vino and you’ll feel just as chic as Nunzio’s dishes. 90 South Street, Morristown 973-984-7700 http://nunziosdolcevita.com
Voted one of the best Italian Restaurants in New Jersey, Guerriero’s Ristorante invites you to enjoy a meal that only an Italian grandmother would serve to her family. Featuring classic Neapolitan cuisine, it’s easy to pair a delicious and crisp 2016 Ferrando ‘La Torazza’ hailing from Piedmont with any number of dishes from Pesce of the Day to the Seafood Risotto. 162 South Street, Morristown 973-267-5055 http://www.guerrieros.com/
In 2018, Fiama Wood Fired Pizza opened up its 4th location in Morristown, expanding the town’s culinary reach to include authentic Italian entrees, pastas, salads, and specialty sandwiches – most coming right out of that wood fired oven. Enjoy an order of Polpette, wood fired beef meatballs stuffed with mozzarella, along with some Rigatoni Bolognese. Then make it an occasion with a bottle of 2014 Francesco Rinaldi Barolo – turning your evening into something absolutely delicious. 47 S Park Place, Morristown 973-998-7070 https://www.fiammapizza.com/morristown
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