Alcohol Beverage Commission
VALPARAISO | The opening of the second Mexican restaurant in the downtown moved another step closer to reality Monday with the council approving a full-service liquor license.
VALPARAISO | The city's Park Board is again ready to file its application for a permit to sell beer at Valparaiso's Forest Park Golf Course.
VALPARAISO | Construction is expected to begin Wednesday on the former scuba business at 55 Franklin St. to prepare for the opening of the latest entry in Valparaiso's fine dining entourage.
VALPARAISO | With its promise to provide "amazing food consistently," the Valley restaurant received a recommendation of approval of its liquor license request from the city's Historic District Alcohol Beverage Licensing Committee on Monday.
VALPARAISO | Paparazzi restaurant got a unanimous endorsement Monday from the City Council for its new full-service liquor license after assurances it would correct problems cited under the old one.
VALPARAISO | Facing administration opposition and a possible negative vote by the City Council on its request for a new downtown full-service liquor license, the owners of Paparazzi restaurant were willing to accept a two-week delay.
VALPARAISO | Paparazzi restaurant received a rather tepid endorsement Friday of its request for a new full-service liquor license from the city's Downtown Alcohol Beverage License Committee.
VALPARAISO | With profits estimated to be from $25,000 to $35,000 a year, Valparaiso's Park Board voted Tuesday to proceed with the application for a license to sell beer at Forest Park Golf Course.
VALPARAISO | Plans for two new downtown Valparaiso businesses moved one step closer to reality at Monday's council meeting.
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