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10 New Orleans restaurants where you can BYOB for nothing or nearly nothing 

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Dozens of restaurants allow diners to bring their own beer or wine, but some charge corkage fees, some higher than $20 for opening the bottle. Here are 10 places with low or no corkage fees:

1.) Milkfish (125 N. Carrollton Ave., 504-267-4199; www.milkfishnola.com) — No corkage fee

2.) Nile Ethiopian Restaurant (2130 Magazine St., 504-309-1872; www.nileneworleans.com) — $5 corkage fee

3.) Sneaky Pickle (4017 St. Claude Ave., 504-218-5651; www.you-sneakypickle.com) — No fee

4.) Eat New Orleans (900 Dumaine St., 504-522-7222; www.eatnola.com) — No fee on first bottle

5.) McClure's Barbecue (4800 Magazine St., 504-301-2367; www.mccluresbarbecue.com) — No fee

6.) Il Posto Cafe (4607 Dryades St., 504-895-2620; www.ilpostocafe-nola.com) — No fee

7.) Lola's (3312 Esplanade Ave., 504-488-6946; www.lolasneworleans.com) — $5 fee per bottle of wine; 50 cents per beer

8.) Coulis (3625 Prytania St., 504-304-4265) — No fee

9.) NOLA Smokehouse (739 Jackson Ave., 504-418-2591; www.nolasmokehouse.com) — No fee

10.) Bennachin (1212 Royal St.,504-522-1230; www.bennachinrestaurant.com) — No fee



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