corkage


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corkage

a charge made at a restaurant for serving wine, etc., bought off the premises
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You can get a good bottle from [pounds sterling]15 or less, plus [pounds sterling]5 corkage, so it's not even expensive.
The Rutherford Grill used to have a wonderful complimentary corkage policy but it's now set at a relatively reasonable $15/bottle.
Membership also includes a "spirits locker" - so guests can buy a bottle from Whisky Business and just pay corkage to enjoy it at leisure - and be invited to four themed members' parties each year.
To make it easier for wine collectors to enjoy their favorites, chef Charlie Palmer's acclaimed New York restaurant Aureole in February launched a new corkage policy.
We offer a large selection of gin from across the globe and wine to take away, also offering a small corkage fee to buy the wine to drink in with us.
However they allow people to bring their own but have a corkage charge.
They can then either take their chosen wine home or enjoy it instore for a PS10 corkage fee - something Fiona says allows customers to try wines for smaller price than at a restaurant.
He clearly did not like Labour people in general and angrily demanded "corkage" of one pound sterling, for each of the two bottles of Scotch I had brought from London.
FULL BAR: (bring your own wine for a $20 corkage fee)
Audiences are invited to take their own alcohol but there is a corkage charge.