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#1 Post by Bob Wood » May 17th, 2010, 9:20 pm

I'll captain this thread. It will be easy because BYO is the standard here to the point of being encouraged in many instances. [snort.gif]
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#2 Post by Mark Cooney » May 18th, 2010, 1:32 pm

Toro Bravo. $10.

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#3 Post by Bob Wood » May 18th, 2010, 4:33 pm

Nostrana $20
Carafe $10 (?), often waived if you share with the server/kitchen
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#4 Post by M. M c C a l l » May 20th, 2010, 10:08 pm

Bob Wood wrote:Carafe $10 (?), often waived if you share with the server/kitchen
I think it's $15 now, but we've NEVER paid it. The way they explained the policy at one point, if the wine's interesting/educational for the staff, they'll waive it. And really, their list is well chosen and fairly priced, so we only BYO if we have something special in mind. Carafe is by far our favorite place for BYO.

$20 at Alba Osteria, but same deal-- we once went with a small group of winos and opened 10 bottles. We ordered one bottle off the list and offered tastes of anything or everything. They didn't charge us a penny for corkage.

$18 at Castagna. They have a very well selected list, but the bottles are always, always warmer than they should be.

$20 at Andina. We shared a fairly nice wine, but they didn't waive corkage.

$15 at Typhoon. Typhoon is a small chain of Thai restaurants in the Northwest. There are more authentic local options, but Typhoon is my favorite place to take an old bottle of Riesling.
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#5 Post by BobH » May 25th, 2010, 12:19 pm

When I go to Portland, I refuse to eat or sleep in anyplace that did not used to be an Elementary School. [snort.gif]
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#6 Post by Bob Wood » May 25th, 2010, 3:50 pm

b hudak wrote:When I go to Portland, I refuse to eat or sleep in anyplace that did not used to be an Elementary School. [snort.gif]
That leaves you exactly one option, but you could stay in the same company's first hotel property, the former Multnomah County Poor Farm. There are 5 bars I can count and a golf course.
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#7 Post by Greg Malcolm » May 25th, 2010, 8:14 pm

Bob Wood wrote:Nostrana $20
Carafe $10 (?), often waived if you share with the server/kitchen
Last year, I offered our server at Nostrana a pour of the Pinot Noir that I had brought and was told that it is illegal in Oregon for servers to accept tastes of wine from customers.

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#8 Post by Chris Hayes » May 25th, 2010, 8:43 pm

Greg Malcolm wrote:Last year, I offered our server at Nostrana a pour of the Pinot Noir that I had brought and was told that it is illegal in Oregon for servers to accept tastes of wine from customers.
According to the OR Liquor Control Commission, it is technically illegal for a server to drink while working their shift. You are only allowed to drink after you are off the clock, and only if your establishment is still open and serving the general public. Thus, no shift beers after the restaurant is closed. That being said, a lot of servers obviously will have a taste, or taste and spit etc. Working in a tasting room in the Valley, I have to taste the wines. I typically spit though when I do taste. The OLCC can't be everywhere at all times, and typically won't aggressively go after these kind of offenses. I always offer my server/somm./chef some of the wine I bring, as well as usually ordering a round of cocktails, bottle of white, or 1/2 of champagne as well, and rarely pay corkage. I think it also depends on the establishment. I offered a server at the local beer hall that takes great care of us some of a bottle of wine that I had brought with me from work, and she wouldn't take it for fear of the OLCC. After I thought about it, I realized that they would be watching a place like that more stringently than a fine dining joint. [cheers.gif]

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#9 Post by Bob Wood » May 25th, 2010, 9:49 pm

Greg Malcolm wrote:
Bob Wood wrote:Nostrana $20
Carafe $10 (?), often waived if you share with the server/kitchen
Last year, I offered our server at Nostrana a pour of the Pinot Noir that I had brought and was told that it is illegal in Oregon for servers to accept tastes of wine from customers.
Regardless of whether this is technically true or not, please report it to Julie Hunter (jupa@carafebistro.com). She'd be appalled.

In the several years they've been open, I've ALWAYS shared with the staff and I've NEVER paid corkage. The only reason I didn't say it was a policy was to not raise expectations because I am friends with the owners, though it was clearly communicated to me that it was policy when Julie and Pascal opened.
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#10 Post by ChrisNovak » January 29th, 2011, 10:53 am

Oba - $15 corkage

More importantly however, their entire regular list (with the exception of the Captains list) is 50% off on Sunday & Monday nights. This includes a 2003 Ridge Montebello, Turley Zins, 2004 Cayuse, Beaux Freres, Delille Doyenne Syrah, Dusky Goose Pinot, Flor de Pingus Ribera del Duero, a beautiful bottle of priorat (2003 Rottlan Torra Tirant) etc 200+ bottle list.

P.S. I should also mention that I work a couple nights here every week, and would love for some forum members here to come in to chat it up. While I can't speak for every server, there are plenty of us there who follow Carafe's policies towards corkage when tastes are offered.

p.s. Wine list on the website is not current. The above wines are all on list now, and in my opinion the list is stronger than that which is posted anyway.

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#11 Post by Daniel Johnson » February 2nd, 2011, 2:22 pm

I was pleasantly surprised to discover that Swagat, and Indian place on NW 21st charged only $5 for corkage.

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#12 Post by J. Shearer » May 10th, 2011, 11:56 am

Laurelhurst Market $15
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#13 Post by J. Shearer » June 29th, 2011, 9:27 am

Limo, the Peruvian place on NW 23rd charges $0 for corkage on Oregon wine, $5/person for all others. Their ceviche was great, everything else was average or uninspired.

Zydeco in Bend, OR is my favorite restaurant in the high desert, and they also waive corkage for any Oregon, Washington or Idaho (!?) wine.
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#14 Post by Dan Hammer » November 14th, 2011, 3:55 am

My wife and I are Portland bound in December. I'd like to take her out to a nice dinner one night. Last time I was in town, I ate at Higgins. (sp) If this restaurant is on a corner, that that's it. Now that you know the style of restaurant I'm interested in, can someone suggest a place. It would help if we could hear ourselves speak.
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#15 Post by Eric Adams » November 14th, 2011, 9:00 am

Check out Paley's Place. Higgins was my favorite, now this is. Reservations well in advance.

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#16 Post by Dan Hammer » November 15th, 2011, 6:31 am

Eric Adams wrote:Check out Paley's Place. Higgins was my favorite, now this is. Reservations well in advance.
Thanks Eric. Reservations made. FYI, corkage is $20.
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#17 Post by Bob Wood » December 4th, 2011, 6:34 pm

Paley's is a slam dunk choice.
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#18 Post by Dan Hammer » December 7th, 2011, 5:05 pm

Bob Wood wrote:Paley's is a slam dunk choice.
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#19 Post by J. Shearer » January 22nd, 2012, 10:24 am

Dick's Kitchen on NW 21st. Burger joint with local ingredients (I had the elk burger special, it was very good). Wine list is virtually non-existent, but corkage is $10. Atmosphere is kind of 50s diner meets contemporary hip.
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#20 Post by Dan Hammer » January 25th, 2012, 10:55 am

Eric Adams wrote:Check out Paley's Place. Higgins was my favorite, now this is. Reservations well in advance.
Just a follow-up. Paley's Place was great. We'd go back in a heartbeat. The neighborhood is great for walking around.
The following night we ate at The Heathman. The food/service/wine list was over the top. A very short walk from Pioneer Sq.
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#21 Post by Beau Carufel » January 26th, 2012, 8:07 pm

Paley's was $20 per bottle. Didn't refund despite sending healthy pours from each bottle (2) back with our server.

The Bent Brick: $20 per bottle. Sent a bottle of bubbly back with an entire glass worth in it, still got charged corkage.

Kind of disappointed that both places also charge corkage to industry but that's for another thread.
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#22 Post by rperro » January 29th, 2012, 7:06 pm

Serratto on NW 21st and Kearny charges $15. Although I always give the server a generous taste, only once has the fee been waived.
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#23 Post by Beau Carufel » February 5th, 2012, 7:44 pm

Andina in Downtown charges $20 per bottle corkage, doesn't waive for industry. Nice wine list though, and a lot of the wines are reasonably priced (for a restaurant)
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#24 Post by Daniel Johnson » February 6th, 2012, 11:05 am

Shan Dong is a Chinese restaurant on E. Broadway. The food was good, and corkage was $8!

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#25 Post by John Osburn » February 6th, 2012, 1:39 pm

Podnah's corkage is $15. Did not waive fee despite generous pours for staff from each of 4 bottles and taking our own stems (turned out they have decent stems themselves though). Nice staff as always.

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#26 Post by P. Willenberg » March 15th, 2012, 5:51 am

Daniel Johnson wrote:Shan Dong is a Chinese restaurant on E. Broadway. The food was good, and corkage was $8!
Across the street and also good is Full Moon Thai at $10
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#27 Post by P. Willenberg » March 15th, 2012, 5:57 am

$20 at both little bird and le pigeon, waived with bottle purchase.
$15 at via tribunali (once waived with pours, once not)
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#28 Post by Beau Carufel » March 15th, 2012, 4:25 pm

DiCarli's on Hall Blvd, $15. Good food, solid wine list with reasonable markups. [cheers.gif]
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#29 Post by P. Willenberg » March 17th, 2012, 8:21 am

Chez Joly $10
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#30 Post by Rolf Winterthur » May 22nd, 2012, 9:29 am

Gino's Sellwood $20 (nice list though).
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#31 Post by J. Shearer » June 6th, 2012, 3:46 pm

Nora's Table in Hood River is definitely one of the better restaurants in Columbia River Gorge wine country. They have only local wines on their list, their corkage is $10, and there's zero corkage if you bring in a local wine that you "just purchased" in one of the area's tasting rooms.
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#32 Post by P. Willenberg » June 7th, 2012, 9:49 pm

Biwa $12 (hattip Keith A k e r s)
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#33 Post by P. Willenberg » June 24th, 2012, 10:19 am

OX: $20, limit 2 (even for a table of 10) VERY young wine list.
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#34 Post by K. Lancaster » July 13th, 2012, 4:06 pm

Dangs Thai Kitchen: $10. (Wine list reminiscent of very low-end grocery store.)
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#35 Post by Beau Carufel » July 14th, 2012, 4:53 pm

$20 a Le Pigeon. I liked their wine list a lot though.
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#36 Post by Michael Alberty » July 22nd, 2012, 10:46 am

There is a mighty fine Italian food cart called Artigiano on SE Division. They have outdoor seating as well (about 5 tables). You can legally bring your own bottle of wine and have it with your meal there. Seriously, the dishes here are as good if not better than anything I get in my favorite Italian restaurants in Portland. And with no corkage fee, this spot makes for a really nice, moderately priced night out! The fact salt & Straw now has an ice cream cart 10 feet away from Artigiano is just a big fat bonus.
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#37 Post by J. Shearer » March 27th, 2013, 7:54 pm

BlackFish Cafe in Lincoln City, $10 for the first bottle and $15 for the second. Seafood was quite good, though the stems were horrible.
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#38 Post by P. Willenberg » September 15th, 2013, 10:11 am

Genoa: $25, waived with bottle purchase (although this is the one place in town I'd do the wine pairings)
Gruener: $20 NOT waived with 8 bottle purchases.
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#39 Post by P. Willenberg » October 17th, 2013, 8:27 pm

It isn't posted online, but the wine list at St. Jack is excellent and about twice retail (sometimes less), which is a mark up I believe in supporting. The Somm is named Joel and he's first rate. Nice selection of Gamay and some obscure Rose'.
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#40 Post by Diana E. » January 1st, 2016, 2:05 pm

Just came back from another week in Portland. Really, you can take a bottle in anywhere. Pretty standard $10 corkage for small Asian restaurants, $20 at fancier places. Highest we paid was $25 at Taylor Railworks.
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#41 Post by Scott Everson » March 1st, 2016, 4:12 am

$10 at Clyde's. We brought a 1.5L for valentines day last year and they still only charged us $10.

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#42 Post by P. Willenberg » March 1st, 2016, 6:29 am

Scott Everson wrote:$10 at Clyde's. We brought a 1.5L for valentines day last year and they still only charged us $10.
Clyde's house of prime rib? Clyde Common?
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#43 Post by C Prince » March 1st, 2016, 8:13 pm

Davenport is $20
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#44 Post by Scott Everson » March 8th, 2016, 6:10 am

Sorry, Prime Rib. I live on the east side so to us there's only one Clyde's

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#45 Post by Philip N. Jones » March 20th, 2016, 9:07 am

$25 at Mucca, with a limit of two bottles per table.
Seven of us visited with three bottles, but we were allowed to open only two.
They would have made more money if they had not imposed the two bottle limit.
And the $25 fee is high for Portland.
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#46 Post by P. Willenberg » March 20th, 2016, 9:21 am

Philip N. Jones wrote:$25 at Mucca, with a limit of two bottles per table.
Seven of us visited with three bottles, but we were allowed to open only two.
They would have made more money if they had not imposed the two bottle limit.
And the $25 fee is high for Portland.
But the food is very good.

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#47 Post by P. Willenberg » February 14th, 2017, 12:36 pm

$33 at Beast, per Charlie Fu. $25 at Castasgna.

My favorite places remain St. Jack and Le Pigeon: $20, waived with a purchase. True as well at La Moule, Atuala and Chesa but less wine friendly food.
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#48 Post by Philip N. Jones » May 3rd, 2017, 7:51 pm

Little Bird was $30 last week.
Bay House in Lincoln City was $35 when I dined there a few years ago.
Both seem very high by Oregon standards. Most Oregon restaurants are around $15 to $20. Very few are $25. The two mentioned above are the only $30 and $35 I have ever experienced in Oregon. I do not plan to return.
On the bright side, I agree with the comments made above: Oregon is very corkage friendly. In Oregon, I cannot recall ever being told that corkage is not allowed.
As I have noted in other threads, I am happy to pay corkage. I don't even complain at $25. But I complain just a wee bit at $30 and $35.
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#49 Post by Andy Steinman » May 3rd, 2017, 9:26 pm

Pre-disclosed conflict of interest: I am among the owners of Little Bird.

At the beginning of the year Little Bird, following Sister restaurant Le Pigeon, went to a Gratuity Free/Price Includes Service model.

Under a Gratuity Free program, a $30 corkage with no gratuity equates to a $25 corkage with 20% tip.

Obviously it is your choice to choose where to dine and what you are willing to pay for corkage; just seeking to set the record straight.
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#50 Post by Philip N. Jones » May 3rd, 2017, 10:14 pm

Very good point. Thanks for the correction/clarification/education. Last week was my first meal at a gratuity-free restaurant (which a few other Portland restaurants are going to), and it will take some getting used to, at least for me.
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