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#301 Post by Michael Klein » January 22nd, 2016, 1:56 pm

just contacted naoki sushi (inside intro) and the no-corkage cellar-night sunday extends to naoki!

champagne offline anyone?!

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#302 Post by John Danza » January 22nd, 2016, 10:18 pm

Michael Klein wrote:just contacted naoki sushi (inside intro) and the no-corkage cellar-night sunday extends to naoki!

champagne offline anyone?!
oh yeah!
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#303 Post by R. Smith » February 6th, 2016, 10:12 am

Paul Miller wrote:Another BYOB to add is Cozy Noodles on Sheffield, just south of Addison and Wrigley. Decent Thai. Small casual place. Lots of fun. Good if you need a place before a Cubs game.
+1 on Cozy Noodles. My GF and I have been there several times, great food and very reasonable prices.
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#304 Post by Corey N. » February 6th, 2016, 10:32 am

Canton Regio
1510 W 18th St
Chicago, IL 60608
(312) 733-3045
No website yet.

From the owners of Nuevo Leon (which had more than a few health code violations) comes a Mexican steakhouse. We tried the skirt steak, which they sell by the kilo (1/2 kilo = $16, 1 kilo = $32) and the ribeye ($18). The skirt steak was very good the ribeye was thin and just ok. Would go back for the skirt steak. Get the flour tortillas -- they are homemade. The corn are El Milagro.
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#305 Post by John Danza » February 6th, 2016, 10:46 am

Corey N. wrote:Canton Regio
1510 W 18th St
Chicago, IL 60608
(312) 733-3045
No website yet.

From the owners of Nuevo Leon (which had more than a few health code violations) comes a Mexican steakhouse. We tried the skirt steak, which they sell by the kilo (1/2 kilo = $16, 1 kilo = $32) and the ribeye ($18). The skirt steak was very good the ribeye was thin and just ok. Would go back for the skirt steak. Get the flour tortillas -- they are homemade. The corn are El Milagro.
Now there's a glowing recommendation! [rofl.gif]


Corey, is it all BYOB all the time? Is there a corkage? Lastly, how's the glassware? You can PM me if you would like. After I have that info, I'll put them on the list.
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#306 Post by Corey N. » February 6th, 2016, 10:48 am

John Danza wrote:Corey, is it all BYOB all the time? Is there a corkage? Lastly, how's the glassware? You can PM me if you would like. After I have that info, I'll put them on the list.
All BYO (like Nuevo Leon), no corkage. Glassware is nonexistent (water glasses).
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#307 Post by John Danza » February 6th, 2016, 11:53 am

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John Danza wrote:Corey, is it all BYOB all the time? Is there a corkage? Lastly, how's the glassware? You can PM me if you would like. After I have that info, I'll put them on the list.
All BYO (like Nuevo Leon), no corkage. Glassware is nonexistent (water glasses).
Thanks Corey. The list on page one is updated. I'll give them a try soon.
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#308 Post by Corey N. » February 6th, 2016, 12:49 pm

John if you're in an updating mood..Ruxbin now takes reservations and it's all prix fixe ($55).
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#309 Post by John Danza » February 7th, 2016, 1:03 am

Corey N. wrote:John if you're in an updating mood..Ruxbin now takes reservations and it's all prix fixe ($55).
I updated the entry on the reservations. Thanks for pointing it out.

I didn't like their latest model with the prix fixe, because it's a shared plate prix fixe. If you and your dining partner don't like the very same dishes, you're pretty much screwed. I know I won't be going back under the current format.
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#310 Post by Corey N. » February 7th, 2016, 5:09 am

I haven't tried the new format at Ruxbin, but it's hard for me with my dietary restrictions. I'm going to go back because the food is great, but it's no longer a place I'd go with regularity.
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#311 Post by Mark Thomas » February 19th, 2016, 2:28 pm

Rangoli
2421 W North Ave
Chicago, IL 60657

Indian food
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#312 Post by Michael Klein » March 1st, 2016, 8:28 am

Another to add:

The Cotton Duck
941 N Damen Ave
Chicago, IL 60622
(back through the Briciola Patio)

Art Gallery and seasonal American Fare (higher end). Menu changes seasonally along with art installations. All BYOB and excellent stemware/decanters. Highly recommended to bring bottles of vodka/gin/etc as they make great cocktails where you can mix in your own spirits. Reservations recommended.

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#313 Post by John Danza » March 1st, 2016, 7:12 pm

The last two have been added to the main list on Page 1.
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#314 Post by Corey N. » March 9th, 2016, 12:21 pm

George Trois
64 Green Bay Rd, Winnetka, IL 60093
(847) 441-3100
http://www.restaurantmichael.com/george-trois/

I had dinner here twice. Stems are good. More importantly, the food and service were both very good on both visits. It is a degustation menu and I enjoyed everything that I had both times I went. The menu changes fairly often, but among my favorites were the foie gras (first time was 3 preparations, second time one preparation that was excellent), the fish course (last time it included salmon and turbot in contrasting preparations) and the beef course (last time it was a pepper dusted tenderloin that was perfectly cooked).

FWIW, the wine list has improved measurably in recent months. Worth making a trip to the burbs.

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#315 Post by Corey N. » March 9th, 2016, 6:07 pm

I'm cheating a bit here:

5 Rabanitos
1758 W 18th St, Chicago
(312) 285-2710

Went here for brunch last weekend and they do BYO. I did not BYO, so I cannot comment on stemware, but safe to say, BYO. The food is very good and I'm already planning a return trip for dinner. If you happen to make it to brunch green chilaquilles...trust me.

Edit: I've now been here for lunch and dinner. It's very good. Not gourmet, but elevated from standard Mexican fare and the salsa are genuinely excellent. The grilled chicken entree is very flavorful and carne asada also quite good.
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#316 Post by Jay Carroll » May 3rd, 2016, 6:22 am

Milwalky Trace
603 N Milwaukee Ave
Libertyville, IL 60048
(847) 530-7172
http://www.milwalkytrace.com

Small plates, nice cocktail program, very good food. O type glassware
$15 corkage
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#317 Post by David Glasser » May 16th, 2016, 6:49 pm

Are there any decent BYO places within a few miles of the O'Hare area hotels? I'm going to be there for meetings and an overnight next month and would like to treat my colleagues to a nice wine dinner. Not keen on trekking downtown and back given the meeting schedule if there's an OK option closer to the airport.

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#318 Post by Corey N. » May 16th, 2016, 7:01 pm

David Glasser wrote:Are there any decent BYO places within a few miles of the O'Hare area hotels? I'm going to be there for meetings and an overnight next month and would like to treat my colleagues to a nice wine dinner. Not keen on trekking downtown and back given the meeting schedule if there's an OK option closer to the airport.
What kind of food?

If it's a business dinner, Gibson's Steakhouse is probably your best bet. Corkage is reasonable, $25, IIRC.
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#319 Post by David Glasser » May 17th, 2016, 12:11 am

Thanks Corey. Going with a casual group that's known each other for years. Doesn't need to be formal. Steakhouse, Italian, French, Thai, even weird but interesting all ok. Non-raucous atmosphere is a plus. Is there anything around O'Hare or is that a wasteland?

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#320 Post by Mike Lindauer » May 17th, 2016, 1:28 am

CafeMarbellaTapas.com is a little gem about 10-15 min from O'Hare. Unpretentious family run restaurant with great food and reasonable prices. They know me well even though I live in TX, so I don't get charged corkage. Last I checked though it was only $5. Glassware is just OK.

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#321 Post by David Glasser » May 17th, 2016, 4:28 pm

Oooh, Cafe Marbella looks good.

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#322 Post by Mike Lindauer » May 17th, 2016, 10:41 pm

David Glasser wrote:Oooh, Cafe Marbella looks good.
Enjoy! And feel free to PM me if you want any menu suggestions. I've tried nearly everything there, including the homemade desserts.

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#323 Post by John Danza » May 19th, 2016, 8:41 pm

David Glasser wrote:Oooh, Cafe Marbella looks good.
+1 on Café Marbella. Excellent food.
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#324 Post by David Glasser » June 17th, 2016, 4:28 am

Choice of restaurant was taken out of my hands. We ended up at the Capital Grille by the Loews Hotel in Rosemont near O'Hare. Corkage $25/btl, no limit on bottles, excellent stems and decanters, service friendly and excellent. Since it was literally next door I was able to bring the wines early. They decanted several bottles while I watched, and I tasted. When we were ready for the wines they did a correct-sized first pour and left the decanters on the table for us to handle.

Cafe Marbella next time!

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#325 Post by Matt Fleming » June 17th, 2016, 7:40 pm

Heads up, Restaurant Michael now lists Sunday as a free corkage night, no mention if this is in addition to or as a substitution to Tuesday nights.

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#326 Post by John Danza » October 6th, 2016, 3:09 pm

Bistro Dre has closed according to this Eater report. I've removed them from the list on page 1.
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#327 Post by Paul Miller » October 6th, 2016, 3:12 pm

John Danza wrote:Bistro Dre has closed according to this Eater report. I've removed them from the list on page 1.
Booooo......

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#328 Post by Matt Fleming » October 25th, 2016, 8:22 pm

A report on Abagail's in Highland Park: really good food, reasonably priced. Good service, good glassware, very pleasant room. The third corkage (@$25 per) could have seemed excessive, but all things considered, it would be churlish to complain.

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#329 Post by Jay Carroll » October 26th, 2016, 5:34 am

We had an offline at Nick Gangas's new place. $20 corkage(I am sure that can be negotiated) nice stems, good food.

Steak and Vine
37 South La Grange Road
La Grange, IL 60525
(708) 579-0520

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#330 Post by John Danza » October 31st, 2016, 11:00 am

Chef Michael Lachowicz just posted on Facebook stating their new BYOB policy. BYOB is allowed every day. Monday through Saturday is $50/bottle, while Sunday is free corkage. $50 is pretty steep, but if you're bringing a high dollar bottle, it can still be pretty cost effective. I've updated the Michael's entry on page 1.
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#331 Post by John Danza » October 31st, 2016, 11:09 am

I've just added the Kendall College Dining Room to the list on page 1. I was there over the weekend. Food was excellent and corkage was $10.
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#332 Post by Matt Fleming » November 3rd, 2016, 6:02 pm

John Danza wrote:I've just added the Kendall College Dining Room to the list on page 1. I was there over the weekend. Food was excellent and corkage was $10.
John,

Thanks for maintaining this. I might suggest you note that Abagail's corkage fee varies, it could be as high as $25, as per my last experience.

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#333 Post by John Danza » November 3rd, 2016, 8:58 pm

Matt Fleming wrote:
John Danza wrote:I've just added the Kendall College Dining Room to the list on page 1. I was there over the weekend. Food was excellent and corkage was $10.
John,

Thanks for maintaining this. I might suggest you note that Abagail's corkage fee varies, it could be as high as $25, as per my last experience.
I made the change Matt. Take a look and let me know if that looks more accurate. Thanks!
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#334 Post by Matt Fleming » November 4th, 2016, 6:14 pm

Perfecto!

thanks John

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#335 Post by Jay Carroll » November 7th, 2016, 3:27 pm

Bistro Campagne
4518 N Lincoln
Chicago IL
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$15 corkage, pretty good bistro fare, decent stems
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#336 Post by John Danza » November 8th, 2016, 10:59 am

Jay Carroll wrote:Bistro Campagne
4518 N Lincoln
Chicago IL
Bistrocampagne.com

$15 corkage, pretty good bistro fare, decent stems
Jay, is that their official policy for everyone at any time?
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#337 Post by Jay Carroll » November 8th, 2016, 4:14 pm

I am not sure- but when I called that was the information I was given- and charged. Only one bottle- but they made no mention of limits when I called.
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#338 Post by John Danza » November 9th, 2016, 12:40 am

Jay Carroll wrote:I am not sure- but when I called that was the information I was given- and charged. Only one bottle- but they made no mention of limits when I called.
Ok, I'll add the entry but note that people should call to confirm.
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#339 Post by Paul Miller » January 6th, 2017, 4:50 pm

Strings Ramen 2 on Halsted is closed. There is a new Asian place there now instead, but have not gone yet, nor know if it is any good or is BYOB.

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#340 Post by John Danza » January 6th, 2017, 11:16 pm

Paul Miller wrote:Strings Ramen 2 on Halsted is closed. There is a new Asian place there now instead, but have not gone yet, nor know if it is any good or is BYOB.
Thanks for the update. I've pulled them from the list.
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#341 Post by Michael Klein » January 24th, 2017, 12:46 pm

Strings is actually going to open this year closer to wrigley field. great news!

Also, I had a fabulous dinner at Table Donkey and Stick on Sat night. $18/bottle corkage and super wine friendly. If you are in chicago and haven't been here yet, I highly recommend. It's absolutely my favorite wine list in the city and I think pricing is very fair. They will also comp corkage on one bottle if you buy one from their list.

Check out tuesdays there...."terroir tuesday" where they pour great selections at cost. For example, this tuesday is:


Caves Duplessis Chablis
Premier Cru and Grand Cru Chablis from hard-core traditionalists Caves Duplessis. These are some of the best wines made in the region.

Chablis Villages: $7.5/glass
1er Cru Fourchaume: $8.5/glass
1er Cru Montmains: $8.5/glass
1er Cru Montee Tonnerre: $11/glass
Grand Cru Les Clos:$14/glass

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#342 Post by Matt Fleming » January 24th, 2017, 7:43 pm

good information Michael, thanks.

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#343 Post by Wadeshanley » January 24th, 2017, 8:23 pm

The Publican
www.thepublicanrestaurant.com
837 W Fulton Market, Chicago, IL 60607

$20 corkage, max 2 bottles. Food is outstanding. Highly recommend the "chef's menu"
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#344 Post by Michael Klein » January 25th, 2017, 1:14 pm

i have done corkage at the publican too. Another favorite restaurant. They also have very, very little wine, so if you want some, corkage is recommended.

They do not have stems whatsoever though. We enjoyed a bollinger rd via rocks glass last time i was there :)

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#345 Post by Paul Miller » January 25th, 2017, 1:39 pm

Learned last night that Bohemian House, or BoHo, does NOT allow you to bring any wine. It's a complete no-go for them.

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#346 Post by Paul Miller » January 25th, 2017, 1:45 pm

Michael Klein wrote:Strings is actually going to open this year closer to wrigley field. great news!
Speaking of near Wrigley...

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Cozy Noodle
All BYOB all the time - no corkage
Stemware: Small, clunky drinking glasses. I suppose you could bring your own. They do have ice buckets.
3456 N. Sheffield, Chicago IL (1 block south of Wrigley Field)
773-327-0100
http://www.cozychicago.com/home/
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Simple and tasty Thai food. The owner is a real character, and one of the nicest guys you'll ever meet.

It is BYOB. They will provide glasses, but the glasses are just normal drink glasses, not wine glasses. I suppose you could bring your own. They will put your wine in an ice bucket.

We eat there about every time we go to a Cubs game, or to a concert at Wrigley. Different experience than going to one of the packed bars near Wrigley.

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#347 Post by jordan whitehead » February 2nd, 2017, 2:23 pm

Updated:

Ballaro
214 GREEN BAY ROAD,
HIGHWOOD, IL, 60040

excellent contemporary Italian.

very good stems

They will waive corkage to Berserkers mon-thurs. Regular policy fri-sun $20/750ml not on their list
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#348 Post by Corey N. » February 20th, 2017, 10:09 am

John:

A couple updates:

Cotton Duck - closed (this was a great place)
Pizzeria Del Mercato - $10 corkage fee

As always, thanks for maintaining the list.

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#349 Post by John Danza » February 20th, 2017, 11:14 am

Corey N. wrote:John:

A couple updates:

Cotton Duck - closed (this was a great place)
Pizzeria Del Mercato - $10 corkage fee

As always, thanks for maintaining the list.

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Thanks for the update Corey. I've not altered the comment about the quality of the stems at Pizzeria Del Mercato, so if it turns out that the stems are good, let me know and I'll change that.
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#350 Post by John Danza » February 20th, 2017, 11:17 am

jordan whitehead wrote:Ballaro
214 GREEN BAY ROAD,
HIGHWOOD, IL, 60040

excellent contemporary Italian.

very good stems

corkage $15 (will talk to the owner to give berserkers free)
I've added Ballaro to the list Jordan. If they establish a different policies for Berserkers, let me know.
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