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Get Out Yer Corkscrew, It's Open That Bottle Night

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Tonight is the night to break out that special bottle of vino and head over to one of more than 20 LA-area restaurants that are obliterating the corkage fee in honor of "Open That Bottle Night."

The foodie-minded folks over at EaterLA asked around and came up with a list of dining spots who are willing to forgo their usual $20-$35 fee for one night only so that diners could have a special meal to go with their special bottle without the extra coinage for corkage.

Participating restaurants for tonight's special include Blue on Blue, Pacific Dining Car, Noe at the Omni, Dolce Enoteca, Ketchup, Bella, Nine Thirty at the W, and several more.

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Most of the places ask that you limit yourselves to two bottles, and no magnums. As always, give your selected restaurant a ring before heading over with your best burgundy to make sure they're participating, and to make a reservation.

A full list of the restaurants, via EaterLA, after the jump. Happy drinking!

Whist at the Viceroy
1819 Ocean Ave, Santa Monica

Blue on Blue at the Avalon
9400 West Olympic Blvd, Beverly Hills

J Restaurant & Lounge
1119 S. Olive St, Downtown

Café La Boheme
8400 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood

Food Court LA
8334 W Third St., Mid-City/Bev Ctr

Mes Amis
1739 N Vermont Ave, Los Feliz

Pacific Dining Car
1310 West 6th St, Downtown

2700 Wilshire Blvd, Santa Monica

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Murano Ristorante
9010 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood

Shula's 347
Sheraton Gateway Hotel Los Angeles
6101 W. Century Blvd, near LAX

Chez Melange
1716 Pacific Coast Hwy, Redondo Beach

Whisper Lounge at The Grove
189 The Grove Dr

Noe at the Omni
251 S. Olive St, Downtown

Dolce Enoteca
8284 Melrose Ave., Mid-City

1708 N. Las Palmas Ave, Hollywood

Geisha House
6633 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood

8590 W Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood

West at the Hotel Angeleno
170 N. Church Lane, Brentwood
Penthouse Level, 17th Floor

Nine Thirty at the W
930 Hilgard Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90024
(310) 443-7820

Arnie Morton's the Steakhouse
435 S La Cienega Blvd, Beverly Hills

Arnie Morton's the Steakhouse
6250 Canoga Ave, Woodland Hills

Arnie Morton's the Steakhouse
1641 W Sunflower Ave, Santa Ana

Hampton's at the Four Seasons
Two Dole Drive, Westlake Village

Photo by yashima via Flickr

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