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#251 Post by Dennis Sullivan » May 7th, 2014, 9:34 pm

Even those not in the City of Atlanta. Some of them are trying to get answers from their alcohol attorneys on their local ordinances, and what the heck they mean and what their risk is.

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#252 Post by bradkaplan » May 9th, 2014, 11:42 am

Latest Atlanta update at http://clatl.com/omnivore/archives/2014 ... n-you-byob

The city council is moving to clarify the bottle house ordinance first (making it clear that if you have a consumption license then you are able to allow BYOB). But there are a ton of other issues they need to sort out as well - no plans on those yet.
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#253 Post by Thomas Concilio » May 16th, 2014, 10:36 am

Anybody BYOB in an Atlanta restaurant that stopped BYOB since this fiasco started?
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#254 Post by S Marcet » May 21st, 2014, 9:48 am

Thomas- I have told 2 times that I could not in the last few weeks. Both times I showed the manager the mayor's facebook post where he stated his position. I was allowed to BYOB each time.
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#255 Post by John Liotta » May 28th, 2014, 10:20 am

I think most of the nonsense is past us. Saw BYO at Miller Union the other day. Same at King & Duke and Umi.

Here are a few spots I'm interested in the 411 on, let me know if you have the info:

Cafe Agora
Lusca
Noni's
Nam Phoung
Don Antonio
Basically all the places in Athens
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#256 Post by S Marcet » June 1st, 2014, 12:29 pm

At Lusca last week- we were denied BYO. Somm mentioned they are readdressing very soon with owner.

John Liotta wrote:I think most of the nonsense is past us. Saw BYO at Miller Union the other day. Same at King & Duke and Umi.

Here are a few spots I'm interested in the 411 on, let me know if you have the info:

Cafe Agora
Lusca
Noni's
Nam Phoung
Don Antonio
Basically all the places in Athens
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#257 Post by John Liotta » July 12th, 2014, 7:59 pm

Have heard about a few places denying BYO again this week, including at some regular places. Not sure what's up. Gonna check in with the friends/managers etc. I know at these places and see what I can come up with.
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#258 Post by John Liotta » July 15th, 2014, 4:46 pm

So I spoke with the General Muir today and they cited the bottle code law as the reason they were not allowing BYO. I informed them they were incorrect. Hopefully they will allow it going forward. We'll see.
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#259 Post by Thomas Concilio » July 17th, 2014, 4:22 pm

Had dinner at Caper's in Kennesaw last night. Yummy! Corkage $10. They have another restaurant, Fish Thyme in Acworth, equally as good. I believe that the corkage is $10 or $15 there.
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#260 Post by bkanipe » October 18th, 2014, 5:28 pm

Just catching up on this thread. The summer BYO silliness I hope has passed? I just read an article about Gunshow downtown near Grant Park. Anybody been and more importantly know the BYO policy?
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#261 Post by RobertEDavis » October 18th, 2014, 6:53 pm

Gunshow has a $30 corkage fee that is waived if you buy a bottle. I was not impressed by their list.

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#262 Post by bkanipe » October 21st, 2014, 4:44 am

Thanks for the info Robert. That's too bad though and doesn't fit the format I had in mind (two guys, ~5 bottles). :)
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#263 Post by John Liotta » November 30th, 2014, 11:42 am

You guys forget about this thread? Lots of new places have opened recently and very few new updates.
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#264 Post by Dennis Sullivan » December 17th, 2014, 10:20 am

The Here To Serve group have become the "Here To Serve Except For Your Wine" group by reported corporate policy now. Goldfish, Prime, Noche, Aja, Coast, Cantina Shout, Shucks, Strip, Twist. No more byob now.

Really disappointing decision. I've done wine dinner groups multiple times each at three of those, but business will be going elsewhere now.

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#265 Post by Dennis Sullivan » December 17th, 2014, 10:50 am

Oh, Paces and Vine (Tom Murphy's new Vinings restaurant) has provided us free corkage a couple of times. I don't know if they have an official policy (and they didn't know either the first Saturday they were open), but Dave Green is the GM and very wine lover friendly if you need any assist. A excellent replacement for the Noche right around the corner that we used to do wine lunches at.
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#266 Post by Dennis Sullivan » December 24th, 2014, 12:55 am

First trip to The Optimist, which seems to have been a bit polarizing from other WB's experience. Our party of three had nothing but good to excellent dishes. I took a 06 Puligny-Montrachet and an 04 Williams Selyem Pinot. Both would have profited from a Burgundy stems, but they only employ Riedel Bordeaux stems. We were explained the corkage policy as being $12 per bottle with a maximum of 2 bottles permitted. I said that was fine, talked about the wine and did a pour for the server, though he wasn't truly a wine guy. Asked about the exec chef and sommelier, but they were not present. Ultimately the corkage was waived, which was very nice to hear, and our server ended up with an additional tip pretty close to what corkage would have been anyway. Good evening.

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#267 Post by John Liotta » December 24th, 2014, 12:35 pm

Dennis, the bev director, Eddie, splits time between The Optimist and JCT FWIW. The food is typical Ford Fry IMO. Good, but a little heavy-handed.
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#268 Post by John Liotta » January 19th, 2015, 1:21 pm

Updated again today with restaurant closures and a number of other things. Probably missed a few. Will go back through again later. Below is a list of places I am interested in:

El Felix
Oak Steakhouse
Bocado Burger
Cooks & Soliders
The Last Word
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Atlas
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#269 Post by S Marcet » January 30th, 2015, 8:48 pm

Cooks & Soldiers $15/bottle
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#270 Post by John Liotta » February 2nd, 2015, 12:51 pm

Thanks Steven, good to see a little participation here.
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#271 Post by Michael Bowden » February 16th, 2015, 12:19 pm

Atlas (St. Regis) is $25 per bottle
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#272 Post by John Liotta » February 16th, 2015, 1:04 pm

Updated again. Though there only seem to be a few people playing these days.
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#273 Post by Dennis Sullivan » February 20th, 2015, 2:10 pm

John Liotta wrote:Updated again. Though there only seem to be a few people playing these days.
Well some of us are busy drinking, John! [drinkers.gif]

Friend just inquired at Bistro VG (Roswell) and informed $25.

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#274 Post by Michael Bowden » February 20th, 2015, 3:04 pm

Luminary -

$17.38
One bottle (750ml) per table
Buy one, waive corkage.
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#275 Post by John Liotta » February 20th, 2015, 5:00 pm

Updated again. Thanks guys.
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#276 Post by WilliamFrank » February 24th, 2015, 6:41 am

Went to Two.Urban Licks on Sunday, Feb. 22. Brought a bottle of Cabernet Franc from Lamoreaux Landing. Server said no, then followed up with management which confirmed that we were not allowed to open it. Very disappointed.

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#277 Post by John Liotta » March 16th, 2015, 7:59 pm

Sad to announce that Gu's Bistro on Buford Highway has closed. Gu's Dumplings will open in Krog Street, but that doesn't really help people who will miss this restaurant or people looking to BYO. The owners say they will reopen, but there is now a large void in the ATL Sichuan world.
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#278 Post by John Liotta » April 9th, 2015, 5:15 pm

Updated again with openings and closings and pertinent data. Keep the info flowing, along with the wine.
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#279 Post by Dennis Sullivan » April 10th, 2015, 1:53 pm

John Liotta wrote:Updated again with openings and closings and pertinent data. Keep the info flowing, along with the wine.
Thanks, John.
Boy, there are a lot of tombstones on the list at this point aren't there?

Stewart at Cooks & Soldiers just waived corkage in advance for a group of a half dozen winos. I'd met him once (at a wine dinner there), and they seem very wine friendly. He actually initiated the waived corkage ahead of me. Plus in a pinch I noticed their bar has some really excellent spirits on the shelves.

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#280 Post by John Liotta » April 10th, 2015, 5:26 pm

Lots of closings for sure, but also plenty of openings too. Plus, some restaurants are returning, like MF Sushi, which is always nice.
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#281 Post by John Liotta » April 21st, 2015, 5:48 pm

We checked out Masterpiece in Duluth. Its a somewhat suitable alternative for those looking for a Sichuan fix now that Gu's is closed and Peter Chang's is no more. 100% BYO, though you need to bring glasses as well. It is very small and service is, uh, whimsical. Not the best place for a large offline, but okay for maybe six people. Def make reservations later in the week.
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#282 Post by Dennis Sullivan » June 13th, 2015, 11:29 pm

Just another follow up on Cooks and Soldiers. We did a CellarTracker Offline tonignt, a WB/CT offline last Saturday. These in addition to earlier offlines. They have been very, very friendly to our Lots-of-Wine groups. No corkage, plenty of glassware, hands on or hands off service as we desired. Food has been great. We of course try to treat them very well too and keep introducing new folks to them, and introducing some new wines to the staff. It is a great place for offlines, as one can order multiple sets of small plates to share with offerings that will pair with whatever you've brought. And some big plates which can get divided many ways. They are delivering big time.

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#283 Post by John Liotta » June 14th, 2015, 2:51 pm

OMG a post . . .
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#284 Post by Dennis Sullivan » June 18th, 2015, 9:13 pm

Charged $25 corkage at Antica Posta last week. First time charged there, and Marco knows me. And got a pour of my 99 Barolo, as did two waiters and the two guys at the table next to me (I was there alone with my Barolo, I still drank plenty.) So, a bit surprised, but WTH, the porchini veal chop was killer with it.

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#285 Post by Dennis Sullivan » June 18th, 2015, 9:21 pm

On another note, the Here to Serve Group, which I had been referring to as the "Here to Serve - Except for Your Own Wine - Group" since they started prohibiting BYOB last year, has repealed their corporate policy against BYOB. I take it the ex-wife is now in control of the restaurants. I haven't been back to see if they are as corkage friendly (previously free) as they had been, but if so they will be back on several people's list of dining options. I got an email that the current Catherall-in-Charge will be hosting a cocktail event at Twist next Thursday 6/26 at Twist. I've a notion to go and put in a word of advocacy for us.

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#286 Post by Mike Evans » June 19th, 2015, 11:11 am

John, thanks for keeping this up despite the lack of recent posts from anyone but Dennis (good job, Dennis!). I had an attack of OCD and alphabetized the list, moved the closed places to the end and moved Woodfire Grill to the closed list, and added Peach & the Porkchop, so it should be an easy cut and paste.

4th & Swift- $25, Limit 2 bottles per table
Antico Pizza - No Corkage (BYO glasses, etc. is recommended)
Antica Posta - $10 (Marco is generous and easy to work with)
Aria- $25 (Gerry and Andres are contacts, often waived)
Atlas (St. Regis, strictly enforced)- $25
Better Half- $15
Bistro Niko- $15
Bistro VG- $25
Bocado- $9
Bocca Lupo- $25 (Has not been enforced yet)
Bones- $10
C&S Oyster- $20 (have occasionally frowned on BYO)
Cakes And Ales- $25 (Subject to change/Call ahead/Ask for Jordan)
Chops/Chops Lobster Bar- $15
Cooks & Soliders- $15 (No limit, waived if a bottle is purchased off the list, has been waived for groups)
Dantana's- Free
Eat Me, Speak Me Pop Up at Gato- Free
Ecco- $20 (per bottle, waived bottle per bottle purchased off of house list)
Empire State South- $20 (Steve Grubbs is the wine guy)
Farmburger-Free (See Manager Chance)
Farmburger Buckhead- Free
Farmburger Dunwoody- Free
Feast-$7
Flemings- One free bottle per table, $15-25 after
Fogo de Chao- $20
Fox Brothers- $10
Haven- $20
Houston's - Free (all locations)
Iberian Pig- $15 (Often waived)
KR Steak Bar- First bottle waived, second $20, (not regularly enforced)
Local Three- Free
Lusca- $30 (Often waived, talk to Stuart)
McKendrick's- $20 (per bottle, limit two per reservation)
Miller Union- $35 (one bottle limit) (If Neal is there may be waived, otherwise very strict)
Murphy's- Regularly waived
Muss & Turner's/Eleanor's- Free
Nikolai's Roof- $35
No. 246- $10
NY Prime- $20 ($30 for additional services, such as decanters)
One Midtown-Free
Parker's On Ponce- Free
Panahar (buford hwy) - free
Peach & the Porkchop - $15 (has been waived, talk to Trace)
Rathbun's- $15 (same as above) (has been waived) (Kevin, Clay, etc.)
Rathbun's Steak- First bottle waived, second $20 (often waived)
Rosa Mexicana- $25
Rosebud- $20 (Often waived)
Serpas- $15
Seven Lamps- $20 (not regularly enforced)
Social- $10
Sotto Sotto- $30 (per bottle)
Southern Art and Bourbon Bar- $25 per bottle
St. Cecilia- $10 (Not enforced)
Tasty China- No Corkage (BYO glasses, etc. is a must)
The Family Dog- $20 (Often waived)
The Luminary- $17.38 (Limit one per table, buy one bottle corkage waived) (Jeremy Illes is contact)
The General Muir- No Longer Allowed :(
Timone's- $20 (Often waived)
Two Urban Licks-Free/$15- Call ahead
Valenza- $20 (Not regularly enforced)
Varasano's- $12
Wahoo- $10 (Now with a wine shop attached!)
Watershed- Orignal Location CLOSED, NOW OPEN ON PEACHTREE $20, Often Waived
Wildfire Grill (Perimeter) - $10
Wisteria- $15


Abattoir- NOW CLOSED
Big Tex- NOW CLOSED
Craft- NOW CLOSED
Dolce- NOW CLOSED
FAB- NOW CLOSED
Fuoco di Napoli- NOW CLOSED
Gu's Bistro- NOW CLOSED
Joel- NOW CLOSED
La Fourchette- NOW CLOSED (Re-Opened as Barca- and now closing)
La Pietra Cucina NOW LPC- NOW CLOSED
MF Buckhead- NOW CLOSED
MF Sushi- NOW CLOSED
Peter Chang's (Now called Tasty China 2)- NOW CLOSED
Pura Vida- NOW CLOSED
Geisha House- NOW CLOSED
Pacci- NOW CLOSED *New restaurant is called Briza and is reportedly terrible.
Repast- NOW CLOSED
Tartufo- NOW CLOSED (Well about to anyway)
Ten Pin Alley- NOW CLOSED
Woodfire Grill- - NOW CLOSED

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#287 Post by Chad Richardson » June 19th, 2015, 7:04 pm

Nicely done Mike! I like the alpha sort; much easier to find stuff.
Did notice that we need to move Wildfire at Perimeter to the Closed bin, as it's now a Capital Grille (which pales versus the original Buckhead location, IMHO).
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#288 Post by bradkaplan » July 24th, 2015, 2:40 pm

Marcel, $12, limit two, strictly enforced. As in they popped a white burg for us, then made us choose between the two reds we had already opened before getting there to air out. Grrrrr.

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#289 Post by Dennis Sullivan » August 1st, 2015, 10:55 pm

I see Paces and Vine is not on here. It's Tom Murphy's Vinings location.
I do not know if they have a "policy", but I've been there several times since literally day two with wine pals, and we haven't paid corkage yet. Dave Green is the GM and wine savvy, Steven is the Somm. A couple of servers are learning the wine world, so treat everybody very well on the tip and offer tastes and you will be good.
They have some fine cocktails too.

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#290 Post by Dennis Sullivan » August 1st, 2015, 10:58 pm

bradkaplan wrote:Marcel, $12, limit two, strictly enforced. As in they popped a white burg for us, then made us choose between the two reds we had already opened before getting there to air out. Grrrrr.

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#291 Post by Brian Love » August 12th, 2015, 10:04 am

Went to Marcel and they waived corkage after giving a taste to the waiter and somm (not sure he was really a sommelier but he claimed to be).... Regardless they were seemingly gracious. Maybe just depends on the waiter and the fact they are still working out the opening kinks. Dunno.

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#292 Post by Michael Bowden » August 12th, 2015, 1:49 pm

Brian Love wrote:Went to Marcel and they waived corkage after giving a taste to the waiter and somm (not sure he was really a sommelier but he claimed to be).... Regardless they were seemingly gracious. Maybe just depends on the waiter and the fact they are still working out the opening kinks. Dunno.
I believe we got comped as well (didn't see bill)...we offered wine/taste, they didn't accept.
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#293 Post by bradkaplan » August 27th, 2015, 8:51 am

I have not determined yet if the new Gus's Fried Chicken allows BYOB vintage champagne, sparkling vouvray brut, or Bugey du Cerdon.

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#294 Post by Michael Bowden » September 23rd, 2015, 11:57 am

No corkage allowed at Staplehouse.
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#295 Post by bradkaplan » September 23rd, 2015, 3:26 pm

No BYOB at all? They were allowing BYOB during the preview dinners. Legally, in the city of Atlanta, any restaurant is supposed to have a liquor license to allow BYOB, so if they're still waiting on their liquor license, they shouldn't legally be allowing BYOB. Now whether or not that is ever enforced is a different question, but if they are now NOT allowing BYOB after having it last week, they likely got some advice along those lines...
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#296 Post by bradkaplan » September 24th, 2015, 8:06 am

I heard from Staplehouse, they are just waiting on final licenses (have city, awaiting state)
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#297 Post by Dennis Atick » September 28th, 2015, 6:02 am

Been meaning to mention that corkage is $20 at Kevin Gillespie's Revival in Decatur.
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#298 Post by John Liotta » September 28th, 2015, 1:27 pm

Dennis Atick wrote:Been meaning to mention that corkage is $20 at Kevin Gillespie's Revival in Decatur.
At least the cornbread is free.
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#299 Post by Michael Bowden » September 28th, 2015, 1:40 pm

John Liotta wrote:
Dennis Atick wrote:Been meaning to mention that corkage is $20 at Kevin Gillespie's Revival in Decatur.
At least the cornbread is free.
The first piece is free....I think if you want more it's $1.50 per.....
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#300 Post by Michael Bowden » October 14th, 2015, 6:35 pm

I'm taller than Zach Lang.

It's Michael.....not Mike, Mark, Mick, Mikey...get it? got it? good.

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