Dated: September 16 2011

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Nyack's Casa Del Mare Italian Restaurant allows the customers to bring their own wine, plus, they do not charge a corking fee for opening and serving those bottloes. 

Bring your own bottle restaurants represent an incredible benefit to the conscientious diner. Here, you may tote along an exceptional vintage of your own choosing and match it up with your cuisine.  You have the best of both worlds.

Casa Del Mare has been in Nyack for approximately 20 years, and one cannot go wrong with anything on the menu.  Personally, my favorite is salmon and shrimp over pasta with broccoli and mushrooms. I find it the tastiest salmon within the areas from Piermont to Suffern.  With the given portion sizes, I am able to have meals for three days--and the prices are reasonable.  What more could you ask for!

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Mary Barber

A former teacher in Rockland, I entered the field of real estate ten years ago. In a short period of time I developed a long list of satisfied clients. Prior to my affiliation with Wright Bros. Real ....

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