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Brought back a wonderful 2001 Brunello Poggiano from Montalcino this past October. Getting together with friends for dinner to enjoy the wine, but need a BYO restaurant somewhere in the Summit area with food worthy of the wine!

Your suggestions are appreciated!

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Brought back a wonderful 2001 Brunello Poggiano from Montalcino this past October. Getting together with friends for dinner to enjoy the wine, but need a BYO restaurant somewhere in the Summit area with food worthy of the wine! 

Your suggestions are appreciated!

Scalini Fedeli

63 Main St.

(Parrot Mill Rd.)

Chatham, NJ

973-701-9200

Oh no they are not a BYO.

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Fascino in montclair.

as far as non-byobs go, if the wine is unique and they don't serve anything like it, then a good restaurant probably won't have a problem with letting you bring it for a nominal corkage fee. you should always call and discuss with a manager in advance, however. Scalini Fedeli, i would think, would be one of those accommodating restaurants.

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Fascino in montclair.

as far as non-byobs go, if the wine is unique and they don't serve anything like it, then a good restaurant probably won't have a problem with letting you bring it for a nominal corkage fee.  you should always call and discuss with a manager in advance, however.  Scalini Fedeli, i would think, would be one of those accommodating restaurants.

Fascino was our first choice, however, the friends we are going with live in Clinton & Montclair is kind of a hike - that's why we are trying to find a restaurant somewhere in the middle.

I was thinking of Scalini Fedeli, as we've never been there & I hear it's wonderful. I'll call & ask about a corkage fee. Thanks.

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Fascino in montclair.

as far as non-byobs go, if the wine is unique and they don't serve anything like it, then a good restaurant probably won't have a problem with letting you bring it for a nominal corkage fee.  you should always call and discuss with a manager in advance, however.  Scalini Fedeli, i would think, would be one of those accommodating restaurants.

Fascino was our first choice, however, the friends we are going with live in Clinton & Montclair is kind of a hike - that's why we are trying to find a restaurant somewhere in the middle.

I was thinking of Scalini Fedeli, as we've never been there & I hear it's wonderful. I'll call & ask about a corkage fee. Thanks.

While Scalini is not BYO, its sister restaurant Il Mondo Vecchio in Madison is. Good luck.

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