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An app points the way to restaurants with corkage policies
An app points the way to restaurants with corkage policies

How timely. Just after my column on corkage fee policies in restaurants went live, I got an email from the developer of a smartphone app called CorkageFee. Presumably, this is the app for wine buffs who drive around with a case of wine in their trunks, eager to eat anywhere that has a reasonable corkage policy. It would be perfect for the retired salmon fisherman I once knew, who kept a case of Burgundy in his trunk on the off chance he’d run into someone simpatico and want to break out a bottle. Available for both iPhones and Android devices, CorkageFee is a free download.  On a map, you can zero in on Southern California and click on any of the Burgundy...

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