5.08.260 – Regulations Applicable to Certain Licenses Only

  1. Class A Licenses - Single Serve Sales Prohibited
    Beer in containers of 16 ounces or less shall not be sold to any person in quantities of less than six cans or bottles for consumption. The above provision shall not be applicable to the permitted sale of beer for consumption on the premises when brewed on the premises of a Class A-4 license.

  2. Class A, Class D-1 and Class E Licenses - Wine and Beer Tasting
    Class A, Class B-3, Class D-1 and local liquor license hold on premise wine and beer tasting, but only in connection with the bona fide sale of wine or beer in the original package for consumption not on the premises.  Wine and beer tasting shall be confined to samples of not more than one ounce (1oz.) of wine and two ounces (2 oz.) of beer in conjunction with the anticipated sale of wine and beer.  The sample shall be provided without compensation.  Class E local liquor license holders may conduct such wine and beer tasting, but only with the written approval of the Local Liquor Control Commissioner.

  3. Class B, Class C, Class D-1, Class E, Class G-1 Licenses - Live Entertainment
    Class B, C, D-1, and G-1 local liquor licenses may permit live entertainment as defined in this chapter and as regulated by this chapter and the City’s zoning ordinance. Live entertainment may be permitted during the hours that alcoholic liquor may be sold.

    Notwithstanding the foregoing, outdoor live entertainment is expressly prohibited every day between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and noon the following day. Further the sound level of any amplified outdoor entertainment shall not exceed sixty (60) decibels at the property line of any residential district.

    Class E licenses shall permit live entertainment only as expressly permitted in the approval of any such Class E license.

  4. Class B and Class C Licenses – Underage Persons Prohibited in Licensed Premises at Certain Times
    Notwithstanding any provision of this chapter to the contrary, no Class B or Class C licensee shall permit any person under the age of twenty-one (21) years to enter or remain upon the licensed premises after the hour of 11:00 p.m., unless such person is accompanied by his or her parent or legal guardian at all times.

    From and after the hour of 11:00 p.m. until closing, every Class B and Class C licensee shall verify that each person entering or remaining on the licensed premises is at least twenty-one (21) years of age, unless such person is accompanied by his or her parent or legal guardian at all times. This restriction shall not apply to private gatherings within an establishment, the location of which has been segregated from the general public within said establishment.

    From and after the hour of 11:00 p.m. until closing, every Class B and Class C licensee shall have an employee or agent posted, at all times, at each entrance to the licensed premises who shall be responsible for verifying that each person entering the licensed premises is at least twenty-one (21) years of age, unless accompanied by his or her parent or legal guardian.

    Notwithstanding the foregoing, the provisions of this subsection D shall not be applicable to any person under the age of twenty-one (21) years lawfully employed at the licensed premises, provided that such person is on duty, working and being compensated therefore.
    (Ord. 2010-M-52 § 9.)

  5. Class B and Class C Licenses – Sale/Consumption of Alcoholic Liquor on Licensed Premises Only – Defined
    Class B and Class C licenses authorize the retail sale of alcoholic liquor for consumption solely on the licensed premises. Class B and Class C licenses shall not engage in the sale  of alcoholic liquor nor suffer or permit the consumption of alcoholic liquor, except on the licensed premises. For purposes of this prohibition, “premises” means the interior of the building governed by a Class B or C license. “Premises” specifically excludes sidewalks, streets, parking areas and grounds adjacent to any such building, regardless of whether such sidewalks, streets, parking areas and grounds adjacent to any such building are under the ownership or control of the licensee.

    Notwithstanding the foregoing, a patio, deck or similar area may be specifically authorized and designated as being included in a Class B or Class C licensee’s licensed premises, if the Local Liquor Control Commissioner, in his sole discretion, approves the sale and/or consumption of alcoholic liquor, in such patio, deck or similar area, on the site plan required for each Class B and Class C license.

  6. Class B Licenses – Holding Bar
    Class B licensed premises are permitted to have a holding bar on said premises, provided that said holding bar shall not contain seating in excess of 20% of the total number of seats approved for said premises.

(2015-M-41: § 2; 2015-M-14: § 1; 2012-M-30: § 10; 2010-M-29: § 1)