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Peoria Council recommends 2 liquor licenses

Posted 2/19/21

Peoria City Council recommended approval of two liquor licenses for Peoria businesses to the Arizona State Liquor Board.

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Peoria Council recommends 2 liquor licenses

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Peoria City Council recommended approval of two liquor licenses for Peoria businesses to the Arizona State Liquor Board.

The first is a New Restaurant - Series 12 Liquor License for Life Café and Bistro at 24700 N. 67th Ave. A Series 12 Restaurant license is a non-transferable license that allows for the restaurant to sell and serve all types of spirituous liquor solely for consumption on the premises.

This license requires at least 40% of the restaurant’s gross revenue comes from the sale of food. Failure to meet the 40% food requirement may result in revocation of the license.

The second is an On-Sale All Liquor License - Series 06 for Gametime Bar & Grill at 6750 W. Olive Ave. Suite 101. This license permits a bar retailer to sell and serve spirituous liquors, primarily by individual portions, to be consumed on the premises and in the original container for consumption on or off the premises.

Both license application were reviewed according to state law and all departments gave approvals, according to city documents.

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