Maryland eateries to let patrons bring the wine

04/11/2012 | Washington Post, The

Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley signed a new law this week that will allow the state's restaurants to offer patrons the option of bringing their own wine to dinner. To participate, eateries must obtain a free permit from the local liquor board and refrain from serving minors and intoxicated people who bring in their own bottles, and guests won't be allowed to bring a wine that's already on the eatery's menu.

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