Jenise wrote:Gary, it has been interesting to watch Vancouver BC adjust to the legalization of BYOB. An initial fear of revenue loss and confusion over what to charge or even deciding if they would allow it eventually gave way to each understanding what the traffic would bear for their particular venue and, in some cases, increased traffic because of it. Restaurant prices for wine were ridiculously high and actually discouraged anyone with a wine cellar and who didn't have movie star budgets from dining out as often as they would if they could enjoy both the food they wanted to eat and the wine they wanted to drink at an affordable price. You'll probably see the same there.
Thomas G wrote:$30 to $35 seems pretty expensive, lots of NYC restaurants have corkage priced in that range or higher. In Pittsburgh it's typically $15 to $20 and most licensed establishments allow corkage except some chains.
How high are wine list markups?
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