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#401 Post by Bret D!sk!n » February 26th, 2018, 2:24 pm

John Danza wrote:
Bret D!sk!n wrote:I had a reservation at Cochon Volant and called to double check their corkage policy prior to our reservation. Was told that they don't do corkage even after I mentioned that a friend had recently told me they do for $25. Needless to say that reservation got cancelled pretty fast...
This is why I don't put restaurants on the list where someone reports "I talked to so-and-so who said they would charge XYZ, but you can call to negotiate it". That's not a policy, it's a crap-shoot.

By the way, I had an email exchange with Parachute on the topic of corkage. It was just no, it was "hell no".
Yeah, disappointing to say the least. Given that their policy has changed and/or it was informal previously, should probably be removed from the listing on page 1 as well (that was the "friend" I was referring to when I called them!).

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#402 Post by Paul Miller » February 26th, 2018, 3:06 pm

John Danza wrote:
Bret D!sk!n wrote:I had a reservation at Cochon Volant and called to double check their corkage policy prior to our reservation. Was told that they don't do corkage even after I mentioned that a friend had recently told me they do for $25. Needless to say that reservation got cancelled pretty fast...
This is why I don't put restaurants on the list where someone reports "I talked to so-and-so who said they would charge XYZ, but you can call to negotiate it". That's not a policy, it's a crap-shoot.

By the way, I had an email exchange with Parachute on the topic of corkage. It was just no, it was "hell no".
There is another restaurant here in town that gave us the "Hell No!" answer. A winemaker who frequents this board was in town for a tasting, and of course had several leftover bottles (some opened, some still corked). Several of us went with him to a restaurant nearby, and it was a "Hell No!"

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#403 Post by John Danza » February 26th, 2018, 11:43 pm

Bret D!sk!n wrote:
John Danza wrote:
Bret D!sk!n wrote:I had a reservation at Cochon Volant and called to double check their corkage policy prior to our reservation. Was told that they don't do corkage even after I mentioned that a friend had recently told me they do for $25. Needless to say that reservation got cancelled pretty fast...
This is why I don't put restaurants on the list where someone reports "I talked to so-and-so who said they would charge XYZ, but you can call to negotiate it". That's not a policy, it's a crap-shoot.

By the way, I had an email exchange with Parachute on the topic of corkage. It was just no, it was "hell no".
Yeah, disappointing to say the least. Given that their policy has changed and/or it was informal previously, should probably be removed from the listing on page 1 as well (that was the "friend" I was referring to when I called them!).
I've removed them.
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#404 Post by Bret Heiar » March 15th, 2018, 11:37 am

Nico Osteria is now doing no corkage sundays, there is no bottle limit-bring m if you got em
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#405 Post by Robert Pollard-Smith » March 15th, 2018, 12:04 pm

Confirming the Boarding House is $50 from a recent visit.
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#406 Post by Alan Gottlieb » March 15th, 2018, 4:16 pm

Just at Giant New policy 35 1st bottle 50 next I believe

Honored what I was told 2 mos ago 25 1st bottle 35 2nd

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#407 Post by Matt Fleming » March 26th, 2018, 7:18 pm

Two notes:

Dinner at Chez Simo last week was terrific. Flounder and lamb, both excellent. A friend raved about the crepes for dessert.

Ceres Table: 3124 N Broadway. Very good food. Three of us split a Flannery cote de boeuf, done perfectly. Italian in a casual setting. Pasta made in-house. Next time I am there I will seek out the exact policies, but there is a corkage-free night and BYOB policy other nights. Nice, big stems, decanters available, too. Great, friendly service. An easy recommendation.

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#408 Post by ssukhots » April 22nd, 2018, 3:55 pm

Great recommendations.
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#409 Post by Max L » May 17th, 2018, 2:31 pm

Bavette's should be added to the OP. Their policy is that you must share a glass with a neighboring table (they will take a 4-5oz pour from your bottle). Stems are good, they will decant wine if needed, and I have had no problem with them pulling older corks. Pro tip: if you are bringing a nicer bottle that a neighboring table may not appreciate, you can always ask if the server or sommelier is interested. Alwyas fun to share a glass with someone who will appreciate the wine.
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#410 Post by Max L » May 17th, 2018, 2:33 pm

Frunchroom on the north side of Chicago is doing REALLY good smoked fish and cured meats; along with other delicious small plates. It is very casual and counter service, but they are byob with no corkage. Glassware is stemless, but good quality.
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#411 Post by Mike Lindauer » May 18th, 2018, 3:33 pm

https://www.frunchroomchicago.com/

Only open for breakfast and lunch

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#412 Post by John Danza » May 19th, 2018, 7:31 am

Mike Lindauer wrote:https://www.frunchroomchicago.com/

Only open for breakfast and lunch
They note BYOB on their website. Maybe looking to attract someone wanting a champagne brunch? [scratch.gif]
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#413 Post by Mike Lindauer » May 19th, 2018, 12:20 pm

I'm not judging anyone if they want to drink wine before noon.

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#414 Post by Max L » May 20th, 2018, 1:10 pm

Mike Lindauer wrote:I'm not judging anyone if they want to drink wine before noon.
We've byo'd twice already since they've opened. Nothing wrong with a little champagne or white burg to start off a Saturday or Sunday morning. champagne.gif
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#415 Post by awilliamson4 » May 23rd, 2018, 12:31 pm

Proxi allows corkage. $25 for the first bottle and $50 each bottle after.
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#416 Post by awilliamson4 » May 23rd, 2018, 12:32 pm

Bar Biscay allows corkage at $25 per bottle provided that the wine is not on their list.
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#417 Post by Michael Klein » May 24th, 2018, 7:18 pm

$45 corkage fee from giant now. Nuts. Safe to say NOT byo friendly.

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#418 Post by Philip N. Jones » May 28th, 2018, 5:06 pm

Several years ago, I ate at a restaurant towards the north end of the Loop. All I remember was that it allowed corkage, it had lots of photos of celebrities on the walls, and it had a pre-theatre menu in addition to the regular menu. It might have been on the west side of the street, maybe three blocks south of the river. Anyone remember the name? Is it still there?
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#419 Post by Matt Fleming » May 28th, 2018, 8:42 pm

Philip N. Jones wrote:Several years ago, I ate at a restaurant towards the north end of the Loop. All I remember was that it allowed corkage, it had lots of photos of celebrities on the walls, and it had a pre-theatre menu in addition to the regular menu. It might have been on the west side of the street, maybe three blocks south of the river. Anyone remember the name? Is it still there?
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You seem to be describing Miller's Pub, but I'd be mildly surprised if they allowed corkage.

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#420 Post by David K o l i n » May 28th, 2018, 9:06 pm

Matt Fleming wrote:
Philip N. Jones wrote:Several years ago, I ate at a restaurant towards the north end of the Loop. All I remember was that it allowed corkage, it had lots of photos of celebrities on the walls, and it had a pre-theatre menu in addition to the regular menu. It might have been on the west side of the street, maybe three blocks south of the river. Anyone remember the name? Is it still there?
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You seem to be describing Miller's Pub, but I'd be mildly surprised if they allowed corkage.
Maybe Peterino’s, attached to the Goodman Theatre?

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#421 Post by Philip N. Jones » May 28th, 2018, 11:25 pm

Yes, it was peterino's. Thank you.

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#422 Post by Max L » June 5th, 2018, 11:53 am

New Restaurant in Chinatown: Wentworth Seafood House. No corkage, stems are lousy, so byo if you care. Their food has been spectacular every time I've been; don't skip the live shrimp and the clams. Highly recommend a reservation if you want to go at peak dinner time.

Wentworth Seafood House
2229 S Wentworth Ave
Chicago, IL 60616
(312) 808-0899
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#423 Post by John Danza » June 6th, 2018, 6:57 am

Max L wrote:New Restaurant in Chinatown: Wentworth Seafood House. No corkage, stems are lousy, so byo if you care. Their food has been spectacular every time I've been; don't skip the live shrimp and the clams. Highly recommend a reservation if you want to go at peak dinner time.

Wentworth Seafood House
2229 S Wentworth Ave
Chicago, IL 60616
(312) 808-0899
Updated. Thanks much.
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#424 Post by awilliamson4 » June 13th, 2018, 12:48 pm

Bellemore allows BYO and corkage is $25/ bottle.
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#425 Post by Michael Klein » June 19th, 2018, 11:31 am

a couple more updates:

$15 corkage at Daisies in Logan Sq

$0 corkage at SKY in Pilsen, Wed/Thu/Sun

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#426 Post by Keith A k e r s » June 21st, 2018, 9:46 am

sadly Ballaro is now closed. But, the same team has a new restaurant open a few doors down

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#427 Post by awilliamson4 » June 25th, 2018, 1:32 pm

Longman & Eagle is $25 per bottle but fee is waived with a bottle purchased off of their list.
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#428 Post by John Danza » June 25th, 2018, 10:56 pm

Updates coming. What's the name of the restaurant down the street from Ballero?
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#429 Post by Keith A k e r s » June 26th, 2018, 8:17 am

John Danza wrote:Updates coming. What's the name of the restaurant down the street from Ballero?

Greenwood (but, I'm not sure of what their corkage policy is. I'm guessing it will be similar, but I don't want to speak with confidence until I get a chance to talk to Josh)

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#430 Post by Nick Gangas » June 28th, 2018, 8:33 am

How about adding Steak + Vine ? $20 a bottle with no limits. We use Schott Zwiesel glassware. Good chance I waive the corkage if you make the reservation through me. Also helps if you don't bring a critter wine.

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#431 Post by Max L » June 28th, 2018, 9:41 am

Two Updates:

1. Near in Barrington is permanently closed.

2. Frunchroom started serving dinner and it's spectacular.
The do not take reservations, but I've never waited more than 15 mins for a table.
No corkage fee. They have Reidel O glasses (or knock offs - didn't check)
https://www.frunchroomchicago.com/
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#432 Post by Mike Lindauer » June 28th, 2018, 3:34 pm

Good to hear, as it's walking distance from my Chicago apartment.

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#433 Post by Mike Lindauer » June 28th, 2018, 3:36 pm

Nick Gangas wrote:How about adding Steak + Vine ? $20 a bottle with no limits. We use Schott Zwiesel glassware. Good chance I waive the corkage if you make the reservation through me. Also helps if you don't bring a critter wine.
What is the address and/or website?

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#434 Post by John Danza » June 29th, 2018, 6:55 am

Nick Gangas wrote:How about adding Steak + Vine ? $20 a bottle with no limits. We use Schott Zwiesel glassware. Good chance I waive the corkage if you make the reservation through me. Also helps if you don't bring a critter wine.
Definitely will Nick. I've just been really backed up. I'll get the updates done this weekend.
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#435 Post by Nick Gangas » July 1st, 2018, 8:48 am

thanks John.

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#436 Post by Matt Fleming » July 1st, 2018, 8:50 pm

John Danza wrote:
Nick Gangas wrote:How about adding Steak + Vine ? $20 a bottle with no limits. We use Schott Zwiesel glassware. Good chance I waive the corkage if you make the reservation through me. Also helps if you don't bring a critter wine.
Definitely will Nick. I've just been really backed up. I'll get the updates done this weekend.
John,

Thanks for keeping this updated. When you get caught up I will add a few suggestions. We should definitely have Sky on the front page, corkage free Wed-Thu-Sun and of course Charles has excellent stem ware and the staff knows how to handle wine.

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#437 Post by John Danza » July 2nd, 2018, 7:09 am

Matt Fleming wrote:
John Danza wrote:
Nick Gangas wrote:How about adding Steak + Vine ? $20 a bottle with no limits. We use Schott Zwiesel glassware. Good chance I waive the corkage if you make the reservation through me. Also helps if you don't bring a critter wine.
Definitely will Nick. I've just been really backed up. I'll get the updates done this weekend.
John,

Thanks for keeping this updated. When you get caught up I will add a few suggestions. We should definitely have Sky on the front page, corkage free Wed-Thu-Sun and of course Charles has excellent stem ware and the staff knows how to handle wine.
All the updates are done Matt. SKY is on the list.
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#438 Post by Keith A k e r s » July 2nd, 2018, 8:50 am

I should add that HaiSous (1800 S Carpenter) is $25 per bottle with no cap (that I know of). While $25 isn't cheap, the food is amazing and extremely affordable so the corkage doesn't drive the price up too much. I've only ever brought my own stems

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#439 Post by Max L » July 6th, 2018, 12:04 pm

This place is amazing for those of you who haven't been yet:

Qing Xiang Yuan Dumplings
2002 S Wentworth Ave #103
Chicago, IL 60616
(312) 799-1118
http://qxydumplings.com/
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#440 Post by Keith A k e r s » July 6th, 2018, 3:15 pm

champagne out of paper cups doesn't sound to bad though champagne.gif

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#441 Post by Nick Gangas » July 10th, 2018, 7:21 am

Max L wrote:This place is amazing for those of you who haven't been yet:

Qing Xiang Yuan Dumplings
2002 S Wentworth Ave #103
Chicago, IL 60616
(312) 799-1118
http://qxydumplings.com/
No corkage, no stems (paper cups), so bring your own
Eaten here often. It's very good.

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#442 Post by Max L » July 12th, 2018, 12:46 pm

Really great authentic Thai place. Good reason to bust out some good Rieslings:

Thai Aree
3592 N Milwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL 60641
(773) 725-6751
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#443 Post by Mike Lindauer » July 23rd, 2018, 8:02 am

Had a very nice dinner on Saturday @

http://www.bistrocampagne.com/

Small French restaurant at 4518 N. Lincoln Ave. Corkage was $15/bottle and we had three bottles. Stems were good and our waitress was knowledgeable about wine. They have decanters.

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#444 Post by John Danza » July 23rd, 2018, 11:13 am

Mike Lindauer wrote:Had a very nice dinner on Saturday @

http://www.bistrocampagne.com/

Small French restaurant at 4518 N. Lincoln Ave. Corkage was $15/bottle and we had three bottles. Stems were good and our waitress was knowledgeable about wine. They have decanters.
I've added them to the list. Thanks for the recommendation.
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#445 Post by David K o l i n » July 23rd, 2018, 12:27 pm

Mike Lindauer wrote:Had a very nice dinner on Saturday @

http://www.bistrocampagne.com/

Small French restaurant at 4518 N. Lincoln Ave. Corkage was $15/bottle and we had three bottles. Stems were good and our waitress was knowledgeable about wine. They have decanters.
Good to hear, Mike. I haven’t been there since Chef Michael’s sudden death years ago

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#446 Post by Corey N. » July 23rd, 2018, 12:41 pm

Dolo Restaurant
2222 S Archer Ave
Chicago
(312) 877-5117
http://www.dolorestaurant.com/
No corkage fee, lousy (thick) stems

Went here for dim sum with RPS yesterday. Good food, extremely nice atmosphere by Chinatown standards, small parking lot. They also have private rooms for larger parties.
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#447 Post by David K o l i n » July 23rd, 2018, 12:57 pm

What did you drink?

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#448 Post by Corey N. » July 23rd, 2018, 2:53 pm

David K o l i n wrote:What did you drink?
Prüm. We had a 2008 GH Kabinett and a 2012 WS Spatlese. I was disappointed in the Kabinett as it was much more delicious just a few months prior (off bottle?). And the Spatlese was tasty, but in a bit of dumb phase. I'd say that at least the company was good, but it was Rob so...
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#449 Post by John Danza » July 23rd, 2018, 9:10 pm

Corey N. wrote:Dolo Restaurant
2222 S Archer Ave
Chicago
(312) 877-5117
http://www.dolorestaurant.com/
No corkage fee, lousy (thick) stems

Went here for dim sum with RPS yesterday. Good food, extremely nice atmosphere by Chinatown standards, small parking lot. They also have private rooms for larger parties.
I went there last fall and came away with a "meh" feeling, but I'm not that much into most Asian food. If I knew I could BYOB, I would have liked it better. [cheers.gif]

I've added it to the list.
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#450 Post by Robert Pollard-Smith » July 24th, 2018, 9:28 pm

Corey N. wrote:
David K o l i n wrote:What did you drink?
Prüm. We had a 2008 GH Kabinett and a 2012 WS Spatlese. I was disappointed in the Kabinett as it was much more delicious just a few months prior (off bottle?). And the Spatlese was tasty, but in a bit of dumb phase. I'd say that at least the company was good, but it was Rob so...
Stems that they use are VERY thick, which did not add to the imbibatory experience.

And I am VERY glad to have gone to the washroom after eating, and not before. Made Sun Wah look like the Ritz. [bleh.gif] [bleh.gif] [bleh.gif]
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