How Much is Corkage Usually?
I've been to a few restaurants in NYC that allow this, and am accustomed to paying about $15. I don't have a lot of experience though, so I'm wondering what is typical in other parts of the country, in addition to BYOB experiences in New York. Does anyone have any good recommendations?
I think 15 to 25 bucks is pretty standard in most cities.
Houston's (or Hillstones depending on what city you are in) is a chain in a lot of major cities, but with great, fresh food--and they dont have a corkage fee--there is even one in Napa, but it's called the Rutherford Grill there.
Jan 23, 2012 at 4:30pm
In NJ it really depends on the restaurant. Many that are simply BYOB charge no fee at all. Corkage is more likely to be charged at a restaurant with a bar/winelist. In those cases, what I've experienced is usually around $10-$20, depending on who you talk to. Lots of great BYOB Italian joints in NJ where you can sit and drink your wine for no extra charge at all.
Jan 23, 2012 at 6:25pm
I did BYOB when i went to dinner at BLT Fish. Since it is a more expensive place, they charged me $20, but the sommelier took the time to look at my bottle and tell me interesting facts about it. Overall it was a great experience.
Jan 23, 2012 at 4:29pm
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