Detailed information, by region, of restaurants and their wine/corkage policies
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Here is a list of places I'm aware of (though I haven't been to all of them). Most of them are on the Kansas side of the state line, as until recently, Kansas City, MO restaurants were unable to allow corkage. Feel free to PM me with additions or corrections.
Bonefish Grill, 5021 W 135th St, Leawood
Bristol Seafood Grill, 5400 W 119th St, Leawood
Carrabba's Itialian Grill, 10586 Metcalf, Overland Park
Johnny Cascone's, 6863 W 91st St, Overland Park
Hereford House, 5001 Town Center Dr, Leawood Town Center
J.Alexander's, 11471 Metcalf Avenue, Overland Park
J.Gilbert's, 8901 Metcalf, Overland Park
Room 39, 10561 Mission Rd (Mission Farms), Leawood
SPIN! Neapolitan Pizza, 6541 W 119th St, Overland Park (other locations as well)
$1 fee Sun - Thur, $5 fee Fri and Sat
Yia Yia's Euro Bistro, 7021 W 135th Street, Overland Park
The American Restaurant, 200 E. 25th St, Kansas City, MO
$35 per 750ml bottle.
$15 decanting per 750ml bottle.
Wine cannot be on The American Restaurant current wine list.
Limit to a la carte tables of eight or less guests.
No more than two bottles per table.
Not valid with other discounts.
No corkage fee on Tuesday nights.
The Capital Grille, 4740 Jefferson St, Kansas City, MO
$25 fee. Limit 1 bottle.
Cupini's, 1809 Westport Rd, KCMO
No liquor license, so BYO is permitted, no fee
Extra Virgin, 1900 Main St, Kansas City, MO
No fee on Mondays, $35 fee on other days. Limit 2 bottles.
Le Fou Frog, 400 E 5th St, Kansas City, MO
Lidia's, 101 West 22nd St, Kansas City, MO
Michael Smith's, 1900 Main St, Kansas City, MO
No fee on Wednesdays, $35 fee on other days. Limit 2 bottles.
Webster House, 1644 Wyandotte, Kansas City, MO
$20 fee. Limit 2 bottles.
Last edited by Frank Smith on September 29th 2014, 12:09pm, edited 11 times in total.
As of Jan 31 the ordinance prohibiting Kansas City, MO restaurants from allowing BYO has been repealed. KCMO restaurants are still in the process of determining their corkage policies, so I'll update the above post as I hear of policies at particular restaurants.
Thanks for the updates, Ryan. On the Michael Smith website they have $35 as the fee, so that's what I have in the main post for now. If you've been there recently and it's now $30 I'll edit it.
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