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corkage

a charge made at a restaurant for serving wine, etc., bought off the premises
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According to the survey responses, misconceptions about BYOB policies and corkage fees can cause some customers to shy away from enjoying their own beverages at restaurants.
Simply contact Yats Wine Cellars through its web site to deposit information about corkage, wine policies and anything else that might be of interest to those who will drink wine at these establishments.
The hotel is offering free corkage at the Steak House restaurant from Thursday to Saturday, for guests who bring in their own beverages.
You might also want to ask what the corkage fee is.
Marina Jack, Ruth's Chris, Mattison's, Roessler's, the Colony Dining Room, Fleming's Steakhouse and Beach Bistro don't mind if folks bring their own; the corkage fee is $15.
Also to say thank you to our guests, we will have no corkage fee on Tuesdays.
I wonder if Diane would have been charged corkage if she'd bottle fed the baby.
Corkage was rated 130 at his peak as a six-year-old when with Lucinda Russell, and following a loss of form and a lengthy absence between July 2010 and November 2011 he seems to have returned just as good as ever.
Fiona Reveley, wife of winning trainer Keith, said: "After his fall we wanted to give Corkage a spin over hurdles to get his confidence back.
Complete details about all 1,232 restaurants in the Philadelphia area that currently permit BYO, including their corkage fees, can be found at http://www.