Liquor Licenses — December 2015

BENTON COUNTY

NEW APPLICATIONS

 

Mazzacano Cellars, 174002 W. Byron Road in Prosser, has applied for a new domestic winery < 250,000 liters license.

Bruchi’s Cheesesteaks & Subs, 1408 N. Louisana St., Ste. 108, Kennewick, has applied for a change of location for its beer/wine restaurant license. The new address will be 8903 W. Gage Blvd. in Kennewick.

Hacienda Del Sol II, 1002 Grace Ave., in Benton City, has applied for a new spirits/beer/wine restaurant and lounge license.

Basmeh Investments LLC has applied to assume the grocery store beer/wine license held by Danh Hoang Le for Nob Hill Market, at 424 S. Gum St. in Kennewick.

White Bluffs Brewing, 2000 Logston Blvd., Ste. 126 in Richland, has applied for a change of location for its microbrewery and tavern-wine license. The new address is 2034 Logston Blvd., Richland.

Cowan Vineyards, 2880 Lee Road Ste. E in Prosser has applied for a change of location for its domestic winery < 250,000 liters and farmer’s market wine sales licenses. The new location is 900 N. Puterbaugh Road, Sunnyside.

Tesoro 62051, 2831 Duportail St., Richland, has applied for a grocery store-beer/wine license.

Fairchild Cinemas, 2871 Duportail St., Richland, has applied for a spirits/beer/wine theatre license.

APPROVED

Kendall Farms, 57705 B W. Old Inland Empire Hwy. in Benton City has been approved for a wine distributor license.

Hightower Cellars, 19418 E. 583 PR NE, Benton City, WA. was approved for added fees.

DISCONTINUED

Canon de Sol, 46415 E. Badger Road, Benton City.

Park’s Café, 335 W. Columbia Dr., Kennewick.

Washington State Hard Cider Company, 1584222 W. Sonova Road, Prosser.

Green Papaya Thai Restaurant, 5601 W. Clearwater Ave., Ste. A, Kennewick.

 

FRANKLIN COUNTY

NEW APPLICATIONS

The Shammy Sports Bar Y Cantina, 1901 N. Fourth Ave. in Pasco has applied for a tavern-beer/wine license.

Don Antonio’s Mexican Restaurant, 528 W. Clark St., Pasco, has applied for a spirits/beer/wine restaurant-lounge and catering license.

APPROVED

El Antojito Mexicano Restaurant, 1915 W. Court St., Pasco., has applied for a new beer/wine restaurant-beer license.

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