POPSUGAR Love You Don't Need Permission To You Don't Need Permission To . . . You Don't Need Permission To . . . by DearSugar 3/12/09 0 Shares Like us on Facebook Sign up for our daily newsletter > Follow us on Pinterest . . . order the cheapest bottle of wine on the menu. Source Read More You Don't Need Permission ToLove And Sex POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests. Get Inspired With Our Living Newsletter Personalize Home Tech DIY Food Love and Sex Vegetarian Sign up with facebook or By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. bluesarahlou 6 years Bummer! I definitely have a taste for wine, so I wouldn't pick anything random that I've never heard of before. I'm not snobby about it though I swear! chatondeneige 6 years Yeah, blue. Both of the states that I've lived in haven't allowed it! Sparkle, I'm a wine heathen! I can tell the difference in hard liquor, but wine all tastes the same to me! sparklestar 6 years BYOB is not allowed here unless it's somewhere without it's own license to sell alcohol. I'll usually order the cheapest wine? :) It all tastes the same to me because I'm a BOOZE HEATHEN! bluesarahlou 6 years Well sucks for them! ;) But really? That's odd. I live in wine country, 9 times out of 10 if we're going to a nice dinner....we're bringing or own wine. chatondeneige 6 years Blue, there are a lot of states where bringing your own bottle is against the law! bluesarahlou 6 years Or bring your own bottle...corkage fees are typically lower than the cheapest bottle anyway. :shrug: That way you KNOW the wine will be good. Antioxidant 6 years Perfectly acceptable no matter the occasion. Hiding55 6 years I don't like wine. Give me a cheap frosty glass of beer any day. partysugar 6 years Do it all the time!! You have to remember that a restaurant is marking the bottle up. Sometimes its 3x as much as it would be at a wine shop. dm8bri 6 years I always buy the cheapest, from the store or the restaurant/bar. There are entire publications dedicated to the merit of this practice. care0531 6 years Whatever gets you good and drunk! greenapples1987 6 years there is nothing wrong with ordering the cheap bottle of wine, my boyfriend and i usually just order a glass. with the eco as it is today no one cares to look a little furgal:) notoriousmar 6 years http://online.wsj.com/article/tastings.html See #3. pippins_halfling 6 years Well, of course. ;) pippins_halfling 6 years Well, of course. ;) chatondeneige 6 years Meg, you're so right! chatondeneige 6 years Meg, you're so right! chatondeneige 6 years Meg, you're so right! mamasitamalita 6 years I just go to restaurants with 1/2 off bottle happy hour deals :) great tip Meg! aimeeb 6 years Meg good advice! aimeeb 6 years Meg good advice! MegN 6 years The cheapest wine on the menu is often the best thing to do. The second and third cheapest wines are actually the worst ones, because Restaurants know those are the wines people will buy, avoiding the cheapest one in an attempt to look... well, less cheap.