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9 Restaurants Where it's Expensive to BYOB Slideshow

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Canlis, Seattle: $35

"Guests wishing to enjoy treasures from their own cellar are welcome to do so," says Mark Canlis, managing owner of Canlis, a fine-dining restaurant in Seattle with stellar wine service by Nelson Daquip, wine director. And while BYOB bottles should not be on Canlis’ expansive wine list, three bottles are allowed for a fee of $35 each (as long as they are 750-ml bottles). "As far as service for personal corkage goes, we actually require more time and care for these wines, mostly because we don’t know how they’ve been handled or stored, so we take every precaution to make sure we are able to open and serve the wine the way the guest envisioned." 


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