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Los Angeles restaurants with special deals on wine and corkage

Wine lovers who bring wine to restaurants are usually happy to pay a reasonable corkage fee for the privilege of drinking their own special bottles. Others bring their own wine because it’s less expensive than buying off a wine list with high mark-ups.

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  • Craftsman and Wolves patisserie to bring the 'rebel within' to Culver City
    Craftsman and Wolves patisserie to bring the 'rebel within' to Culver City

    Craftsman and Wolves, the San Francisco patisserie and retail store known for its chocolate croissant stacks and soft egg-stuffed "rebel within" muffin, will open a location in Culver City. The Southern California outlet is slated to open in August in the new...

  • Chef Heidi Curry comes full circle with Dunkin' Donuts
    Chef Heidi Curry comes full circle with Dunkin' Donuts

    Chef Heidi Curry, the senior manager of bakery research and development at Dunkin' Brands, may have one of the most enviable jobs in the culinary world. She spends her days testing and tasting doughnuts and other Dunkin' products. She was also part of the innovation team that developed the...

  • Brunello di Montalcino at Valentino, gin and tonics at Greystone
    Brunello di Montalcino at Valentino, gin and tonics at Greystone

    Chianti may be the best-known wine in Tuscany, but it’s Brunello di Montalcino that connoisseurs regard as the region's king of wines. And Friday night, you have a chance to taste some of the best examples at a special dinner put on by the Consorzio di Brunello di Montalcino honoring...

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