Bill Spencer wrote:%^)
On the other hand, in the "wonderful" state of Arizona you can't even bring a bottle of wine into an eating establishment that has a liquor license ... don't travel all that much to San Francisco but have found in my travels to closer-by San Diego that most restaurants there are MUCH more reasonable than a lot of those mentioned in the Chronicle article ...
Mike Filigenzi (Sacto) wrote:That's what we've found here as well. Most of the places we go to do have corkage fees but will often quietly waive them if you bring interesting bottles. I get the feeling that they have the policies in place so that they can discourage those who bring in bottles of $5 grocery store wine. If you're bringing in nice bottles of wine, there's a good chance that you're willing to drop some extra $$$ on your food and that you'll come back if they treat you well.
Still, a very interesting articles that offers a number of points of view on the corkage issue.
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