Here is your guide to Lambertville’s best BYOB restaurants.  Lambertville is filled with an array of cuisines from every corner of the world. This guide will help you find the best restaurant to pair perfectly with your bottle of local wine or a growler from the local craft breweries! The choices are endless when it comes restaurants that offer great food with the option of BYOBs. Start planning your dining visit now!


Peruvian: El Tule Restaurant

El Tule Restaurant, 49 N Main St, Lambertville

El Tule:  “Two cuisines, one kitchen!” El-Tule’s Mexican-Latin fusion includes traditional Mexican offerings as well as the addition of Peruvian menu items. Peruvian food has been gaining momentum among foodies across the nation. El Tule offers both indoor and outdoor dining.  Another wonderful thing about El Tule is that their patio is dog-friendly!


Brian’s Restaurant

Brian’s Restaurant, 9 Klines Ct, Lambertville

Brian’s: Walk into this cozy romantic spot tucked in a side street.  The restaurant offers a prix fix menu that has plenty of options. They are all so good that it might be hard to decide!  Choices work well with any bottle you might choose to bring to enjoy with the European inspired cuisine.  Brian’s covers the 3 “B”s – Best Food, Best Service, and BYOB!


D’Floret Restaurant

D’Floret Restaurant, 18 South Main Street, Lambertville

D’Floret: Locally focused organic farm to table American Restaurant. The exciting twenty-eight seat restaurant d’floret is a modern elegantly lit stage, featuring an open kitchen and adjoining dining room. The restaurant offers brunch on Sundays and dinner and their delectable desserts most evenings. D’Floret will leave a lasting memory of great food, service, and atmosphere.

French: Broadmoor Restaurant

Broadmoor Restaurant, 8 N Union Street, Lambertville

Broadmoor Restaurant: Simple elegance defines the space. Glimpse through the glass windows into the open kitchen where Chef Alex Cormier works his magic. He is comfortable, creative, spontaneous. The food is American, Modern Italian, French. The dining room is gracious, warm and kind, while still maintaining the mid-century industrial look.

Greek: Local Greek Restaurant of Lambertville

Local Greek Restaurant of Lambertville, 2 Canal Street, Lambertville

Local Greek of Lambertville: Offers fine, authentic Greek food and desserts in a scenic location, just a few steps from the Delaware River and New Hope, Pennsylvania. The restaurant is spacious, has room upstairs for a private party, plenty of outdoor space for dining right on the canal, and most importantly has great food prepared with care. The restaurant is great for children, you can bring your dog if you are eating outside, and there are several parking spots outside as well.

A Guide of Local Wineries and Breweries for BYOB:

Odd Bird Brewing – 10 Risler Street Stockton NJ – Many of the beers can be brought to the BYOs in hand-filled 32oz cans called Crowlers.

Old York Cellars – 80 Old York Road, Ringoes NJ – Old York Cellars is a working farm winery that offers a full selection of award-winning wines at their on-site store.

Unionville Vineyards– 9 Rocktown Road, Ringoes NJ – Unionville Vineyards serves not only as a venue to showcase our portfolio, but also provides a welcoming environment to gather and relax with fine wines shared amongst friends in the serene countryside of pastoral Hunterdon County.

Federal Twist Vineyard – 8 Federal Twist Road, Stockton NJ.  The Vineyard’s store is under construction (opening Summer of 2023), please call ahead for curbside pickup.

Angelico Winery – 20 Hamp Road, Lambertville.  The Winery is open every day after 12pm.  Stop in and visit Hunterdon’s newest wine makers!


We hope this guide to Lambertville’s best BYOB restaurants helped to see all that Lambertville has to offer.  As read, Lambertville is a perfect destination for foodies!  Find more dining destinations here!


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