Of the more than a dozen applications put forward to the Liquor Licensing Board last week as part of its quarterly session, the majority were approved.
While a new application for a Music and Dancing License at the Harbour Side Wine Bar in George Town for Andreas Ugland was deferred, Mr. Ugland was granted permission to change the location of a Package Liquor License to Harbour Side Wine Bar. He was also granted permission to change the category of the license to retail.
The board denied an application from Campbell’s Restaurant and Bar in George Town to extend the licensed premises to include the use of an outdoor deck.
Permission was granted to Carlene Hamaty of Tortuga Duty Free Liquors to remove the duty free restriction placed on a Packed Liquor License.
An extension was granted to Prentice Panton of Liquor 4 Less in Savannah to operate between 9 a.m. and 10 p.m. Mr. Panton was also granted approval to change the location of a Distributor Liquor License from Naughty Distributors on Ashgo Street to MacLendon Drive, George Town. Peter Dutton of Jacques Scott Wines and Spirits, George Town, was granted permission to alter operating hours between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. Monday to Friday.
The board approved Italian Kitchen’s Damian Bancroft’s changing the location of a Retail Liquor License and a Music and Dancing License, and to change the licensee to George Powell.
Extended operating hours were granted to Joanne Lawson of West Bay Road’s Big Daddy’s to operate between 10 a.m. and 10 p.m. Monday to Saturday. The same was granted to Ms. Lawson for Blackbeard’s at The Falls and the store at Seven Mile Shops.
Justin Hart was granted permission to make alterations to the licensed premises of Peppers Smokehouse on West Bay Road.
Craft Food and Beverage Company’s Joseph Imparato was granted permission to remove the restriction on glass containers in the outdoor fenced area, and Cary English was allowed to change the licensee of a Retail Liquor License and a Music and Dancing License to Garth Clarke.