Liquor board’s recent decisions

The Cayman Islands Liquor Licensing
Board has come to a decision on a few of the new liquor license applications,
but has deferred a number of decisions on applications until after the new year.

Four new applications were heard on
Wednesday, 15 December, and the board also reviewed a license variation as well
as another matter that has been in question. 
However, several new applicants’ hearings were deferred until 14
January, 2011.

The board granted a retail and
music and dancing license for the chef and restaurateur planning to open a new
restaurant in the Fidelity Financial Centre on West Bay Road, and for a
country-western bar and restaurant planned for Seven Mile Beach.

The board also granted a variation
on the retail liquor license for the Abacus restaurant at Camana Bay for
catering purposes.

It looks like Archie’s Place in
George Town will be reopened, as the board agreed to discontinue abeyance of
their license and gave permission to the owner for operations to resume.

Two different speciality retailers
who applied for retail and package liquor licenses were deferred, and the
Cayman Turtle Farm’s case for extended liquor hours and music hours was
deferred.

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