2015 Code of Alabama
Title 28 - INTOXICATING LIQUOR, MALT BEVERAGES AND WINE.
Chapter 3A - ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE LICENSING CODE.
Section 28-3A-13 - Restaurant retail liquor license; approval of municipality.
Upon applicant's compliance with the provisions of this chapter and the regulations made thereunder, the board shall, where the application is accompanied by a certificate from the clerk or proper officer setting out that the applicant has presented his application to the governing authority of the municipality, if the licensed premises is to be located therein, and has obtained its consent and approval issue a restaurant liquor license for a hotel, restaurant, civic center authority or dinner theater which will authorize the licensee to purchase liquor and wine from the board or as authorized by the board and to purchase table wine and beer, including draft or keg beer in any county or municipality in which the sale thereof is permitted, from any wholesale licensee of the board and, in that part of the hotel, restaurant, club or dinner theater set out in the license, to sell liquor and wine, dispensed from containers of any size, and beer, including draft or keg beer, in any county or municipality in which the sale thereof is permitted, to the patrons, guests or members for on-premises consumption in any part of the civic center or in that part of the hotel, restaurant or dinner theater habitually used for serving meals to patrons, guests or members, or other public or private rooms of the building in accordance with the provisions of this chapter and the regulations made thereunder, and where a restaurant located in a hotel, but not operated by the owner of the hotel, is licensed to sell alcoholic beverages in the restaurant, it may also sell alcoholic beverages to guests in private rooms in the hotel.(Acts 1980, No. 80-529, p. 806, §13.)
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