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Stanley Freedman | May 15, 2002 09:50 AM

I read with great interest the article that appeared in todays Sun papers. You, as a group, reflect my feelings as far as food is concerned. I would however like to add an additional dimension to “The Chowhounds” quest. I (and a group of friends) like to find good to great dinning experiences (great has not been achieved) where BYOB is the rule. We are a group of people who have some reasonable wines in our possession and like to enjoy them with some nice food. As an example, you can have a very nice Italian meal at Vito’s (Scotts Corner Shopping Center, Cockeysville) for a reasonable price (average $40 per couple) and BYO (which means you can have a great wine you bring for one third the cost of the wine - you bring it).

Are there other BYOB places out there that the Chowhounds could recommend? I would love to see your response and try these restaurants.

My apologizes to Lucien and Butcher for obvious reasons.

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