Whether seeking to impress your dinner date with that one-of-a-kind bottle you've been waiting to open for years or you're scheming for a way to shave a few bucks off your bar bill, the good news is more and more Chicago restaurants are obliging their clientele with an under-the-radar BYOW (bring your own wine) policy. What's the catch? A big, fat fee.
While both of Chicago's three-Michelin-starred restaurants, Alinea and Grace, don't allow outside wine, here's a list of Chicago's 10 priciest corkage fees at restaurants that do.
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