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BYOB and pay a $25.00 corking fee when going to a recognized restaurant that has a wine list?

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BYOB and pay a $25.00 corking fee when going to a recognized restaurant that has a wine list?

nisaba | Oct 25, 2006 10:23 PM

It has been suggested to me that BYOB is the way to go to avoid the poorly selected but expensively priced wine selections that can appear even a 4 star Chicago restaurant.

I have not heard of doing this before and just wonder if it isn't
a bit tacky at best.

I have no problems with BYOB when the restaurant suggests this but never have done this with a highly regarded restaurant with a wine list.

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