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Food

Don't Stop Wine-ing: Wednesdays Go BYO in Pasadena

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Starting next Wednesday, June 17th, 26 restaurants in Pasadena will be participating in BYOW Wednesdays, where patrons can bring their own bottle of wine to enjoy with their meal, and enjoy no corkage fee.The goal of the plan is multifold: Get Pasadena residents and visitors out to eat at area restaurants, allow them to enjoy their own wine with the meal, and save them some money in the process. Participating restaurants include Central Park, Barn Burner BBQ, The Boiling Pot, The Dining Room at the Langham Hotel, Green Street, La Grande Orange, La Luna Negra, Maison Akira, Mojitos, The Raymond, Red White+Bluezz, Ruth's Chris Steak House, and Twin Palms. (Check Visit Pasadena for the full list.)