Cork Earns Wine Honors from OpenTable

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Cork restaurant in Chandler has the new distinction of being the only Arizona restaurant to make OpenTable's 2012 "Top 100 Restaurants with the Most Notable Wine Lists." The honor, given by the San Francisco-based service, is part of OpenTable's 2012 Diners' Choice Awards.

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The awards are based on 5 million reviews on 15,000 restaurants collected between October 1, 2011 and September 30, 2012 by OpenTable.

OpenTable may be best known for helping diners make reservations for restaurants, online.

Cork offers a tasting-style menu of American cuisine with French influences and techniques and a menu of over 350 wines. The restaurant serves dinner and brunch on Sunday.

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