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Vancouver’s best corkage deals, and what you can expect to pay

Rafal Gerszak/The Globe and Mail

Fleuri Restaurant: Free corkage if wine purchased from the Sutton Place Wine Merchant; regular charge $25. 845 Burrard St., 604-642-2900.

Hidden Restaurant: $12 regular corkage. 433 Robson St., 604-647-2521.

Kirin Seafood Restaurant: $10 regular corkage. All locations.

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Kitsilano Daily Kitchen: Free corkage if vintage is from 1995 or earlier; free on Mon. for specific B.C. varietals (see website for details); regular charge $25. 1809 W. 1st Ave., 604-569-2741.

La Cigale French Bistro: Free corkage on Tues; regular charge $25. 1961 W. 4th Ave., 604-732-0004.

Market by Jean-Georges: Free corkage (one bottle max.) if you buy one bottle from the restaurant; regular charge $35. 1115 Alberni St., 3rd floor, 604-695-1115.

Martini's Restaurant: $12 regular corkage. 151 W. Broadway St., 604-873-0021.

Milestones Grill + Bar: $10 corkage on Tues.; regular charge $19. All B.C. locations.

Pidgin: $1 corkage on Sun. and Mon.; regular charge $30. 350 Carrall St., 604-620-9400.

Pink Elephant Thai: $12 regular corkage. 152 Alberni St., 604-646-8899.

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Salade de Fruits: $14 regular corkage. 1555 W. 7th Ave., 604-714-5987.

Seventeen89 Restaurant + Lounge: Free corkage on Wed.; not available other days. 1789 Comox St., 604-428-0705.

Thai House: $12 regular corkage. All locations.

The Wallflower Modern Diner: Free corkage on Tues. (one bottle max.): regular charge $15 (two bottles max.). 2420 Main St., 604-568-7554.

Vera's Burger Shack: $2 regular corkage. All locations.

White Spot: Free corkage on Wed., regular charge $10. All BC locations.

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Vancouver restaurant critic

Alexandra Gill has been The Globe and Mail’s Vancouver restaurant critic since 2005. She joined the paper as a summer intern in 1997 and was hired full-time as an entertainment columnist the following year. In 2001, she moved to Vancouver as the Western Arts Correspondent, a position she held until 2007. More


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