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alex1018 | Oct 28, 201308:14 AM     3

Looking for people with experince byob-ing to per se. If you have, please read on...

A couple of years ago, I brought a bottle to TFL, and then also bought wine there, and they ended up not charging us for the corkage. In your experience, will per se always charge full freight? If i bring 2.5 bottles and buy a half-bottle, what are the chances we'd get hit for the full $225 (90*2.5)?

And since i know they keep great records, and it might make a difference, this will be my fourth time at per se, plus once at TFL...last time we spent a ton on wine.

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