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corkage

a charge made at a restaurant for serving wine, etc., bought off the premises
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Yats Wine Cellars has compiled and published a list that shows Manila's frequent diners the corkage fees and wine policies of many popular restaurants in Manila.
Four Seasons Hotels Inc, a Canada-based company that manages 80 luxury hotels and resorts in 30 countries, has announced the waiving of corkage charges at the Steak House restaurant of its Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai, in Shanghai, China.
Jar Arcand of Santiago's, a Mexican restaurant in Yakima, approached local wineries and tasting rooms in 2008, offering to waive corkage fees if visitors brought wines purchased that day to accompany a meal.
For a number of reasons, it's a good idea to call ahead, says Jeff Passerotti, director of operations for Bel Ami Restaurant and Lounge, which charges a $10 corkage fee for wine brought from home.
As you know, a corkage fee refers to what a restaurant charges a guest to open and pour a bottle brought from home.
Now trained by Keith Reveley, Corkage was last seen finishing second to Allthekingshorses over course and distance last month.
He began talking with tasting room workers, and in return for their recommendations, agreed to waive corkage if their customers brought in wines purchased locally that day.
But when he told me about the corkage charge, I was shocked.
Corkage comfortably won a Doncaster handicap hurdle last Wednesday and gets to run off the same mark as he reverts to fences in the ladbrokes.
are fed up with customers bringing in their own wines, and are fighting back with "no BYOB" policies or corkage fees as high as 50 bucks a bottle.