Corkage meaning

kôr'kĭj
A charge exacted at a restaurant for every bottle of liquor served that was not bought on the premises.
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A fee charged by a restaurant to serve wine that the diner has provided, at a BYOB.
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A charge made, as at a restaurant, for opening and serving each bottle of wine or liquor bought elsewhere and brought in by a patron, or, occas., for every bottle opened and served, regardless of source.
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Origin of corkage

  • cork +‎ -age
    From Wiktionary