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sanglier | Jul 16, 201409:30 PM     9

I'll save my specific rant until I've digested the comments of my fellow Chowhounders, but for now, I'll ask, generally: what is the outer limit, in your opinion, of what is a reasonable corkage fee? I'll add that this doesn't include my favored policy, "buy one, we'll waive the fee on the one you brought". Simply, I brought in a bottle, what's the max I should be charged in a New Orleans restaurant?

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