Sip by sip, Indiana seems poised to step out of the Dark Ages when it comes to laws governing the sale and consumption of alcohol.
GLENWOOD | The Village Board has increased the number of Class E liquor licenses in the village from four to five.
VALPARAISO | The city's downtown fine dining establishments agree the special historic district liquor licenses have helped, but how much they have contributed to their individual success is an unknown.
VALPARAISO | The City Council's endorsement of a liquor license for the Main and Lincoln restaurant July 22 marked the end of an eight-year effort to find suitable takers for the 10 special downtown historical district licenses granted the city by the state Legislature.
INDIANAPOLIS | Happy fiscal new year, Hoosiers!
GLENWOOD | The Village Board last week did not approve the creation of one liquor license and tabled a vote on another.
GLENWOOD | Two liquor license applications that failed to win approval earlier this month will be reconsidered at the May 21 Village Board meeting.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana House on Tuesday endorsed Whiting's plans for alcohol sales at new restaurants near Lake Michigan.
INDIANAPOLIS | A House committee made Whiting the sole beneficiary of a plan allowing additional liquor licenses at new restaurants adjacent to Lake Michigan.
Beyond the important region industries that call Whiting home is an incredible potential for tourism and dining development. Its proximity as a Lake Michigan shoreline community provides a natural draw for those exploring the aesthetic qualities of the lake.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | The City Council approved an ordinance on Monday that created a 16th packaged goods license in the city so that liquor can be sold out of the convenience store of the Mobil gas station at 431 W. 14th St.
INDIANAPOLIS | Whiting and other cities bordering Lake Michigan soon may see new restaurants opening along their lakefronts, thanks to legislation approved 9-0 Wednesday by the Senate Public Policy Committee.
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.
A glass of Oliver soft red wine is served with a chicken panini sandwich Friday at Cafe 339 in downtown Hobart. The restaurant will soon be able to serve mixed drinks because it purchased a lower-cost liquor license under the city's new riverfront designation.
Angela Giangiulio, right, and her mother JoEllen Thilmont, both of Hobart, eat Friday at Cafe 339 in downtown Hobart. The restaurant has received a three-way liquor license under the city's new riverfront designation.
A glass of red wine is served with and a chicken panini sandwich Friday at Cafe 339 in downtown Hobart. The restaurant will soon be able to serve mixed drinks because it purchased a lower-cost liquor license under the city's new riverfront designation.
Part of the new bar at Cafe 339 in downtown Hobart is seen Friday. The restaurant will soon be able to serve mixed drinks because it purchased a lower-cost liquor license under the city's new riverfront designation.
HOBART | Cafe 339 owner Dimitrios Karataglidis already gets rave reviews from customers for his breakfast and lunch menus.
CHICAGO | Tenth Ward Alderman John Pope will host a meeting Wednesday to discuss a possible liquor license for a local grocery store.
Thanks to the 2010 census, alcohol will be flowing more freely in 11 region communities. The Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission uses population figures to apportion liquor licenses to each municipality.
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