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Alex at Wynn

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Alex at Wynn

I was thinking about a dinner here in May and was wondering if it would be a problem to bring my own bottle of wine and maybe a flask of Vodka. Is this generally frowned upon? I have a bottle of Sutter Home White Zin that i bought at Walmart and have been saving it for a special occasion.

This could be a serious issue if i'm forced to pay the high upcharge on restaurant wine and drinks.

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1. Re: Alex at Wynn

You are Totally Irresponsible

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2. Re: Alex at Wynn

Nothing will top your vajazzled post... At least not today.

Edited: 19 February 2010, 20:45
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3. Re: Alex at Wynn

If the bottle has a screw top, you probably won't have to pay a 'corkage fee'. ;)

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4. Re: Alex at Wynn

You should not bring a screw top because you would have to pay an unscrewing fee. Most people prefer to pay for the opposite.

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>>>You should not bring a screw top because you would have to pay an unscrewing fee. Most people prefer to pay for the opposite.<<<

Damn - that was good!!!

Hitch - you have competition!!!!!

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3 chi-I'm glad. I was starting to think I was the only crazy smartazz on this forum.

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7. Re: Alex at Wynn

Guess it's best to call and ask

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8. Re: Alex at Wynn

Have you ever been out in public before? You might also what to consider wearing pants as that is expected.

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9. Re: Alex at Wynn

What? You mean cut-off jeans are not acceptable? They don't have a stain on 'em.

Next, you're going to tell me they don't allow hats.

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10. Re: Alex at Wynn

Dude, I mean come on. You are rattling our collective chains, right? 2 words: NOT BYO!!!

Edited: 19 February 2010, 23:50