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May 01, 2006

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I just heard today that Saracen in Wainscott has no corkage fee on Wednesday and Thursday, but I can't confirm that.

Hello, both of those places are great and we eat there all the time. I wish there were more BYOB places in Long Island. Oscar's restaurant in St. James charges regular store price for the wine and a 5$ corking fee. Even though it is not BYOB, the wine is at a good price. The food is good (not like the "Kitchen" though).

Hi--
Three of my BYO finds:
Tj's Cafe in Suffolk(Medford)
Orient in Bethpage (Hong Kong seafood)
Artie's in Island Park (paper plates BYO glasses-connected to fish market)

Tate's Restaurant in Nesconset is BYOB and Prix Fixe too! Cash only, great food, awesome staff :)

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