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    What is the City of Chicago liquor license moratorium?

    What is the City of Chicago liquor license moratorium? Many of our clients initially contact us asking us to check if their property is subject to a moratorium. What the client really is asking is whether their property is located in a “moratorium district.” This term generally refers to certain sections of the city which…

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    What Type of Chicago Liquor License Do I Need?

    Choosing the Right Type of Liquor License in Chicago The most common question we get regarding liquor licenses is how much will it cost? However, before we can answer that question, it is important for you to identify what type of Chicago liquor license you need. There are six main classifications for liquor licenses in…

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    Overview of Chicago Liquor License Application Process

    CHICAGO LIQUOR LICENSE: INITIAL APPLICATION PROCESS Complete a “Business Information Sheet” Meet with a Business Consultant at the Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection in City Hall Be prepared to answer all questions about your proposed operation The Business Consultant may also assist with obtaining building permits or any other city services needed Complete…

  • Most Common Types of Liquor License

    “Tavern” Includes selling alcohol that is consumed on the premises (bar, nightclub, pub, or lounge). “Packaged Goods” Includes selling liquor in the original sealed and labelled containers in places like grocery stores, convenience stores or liquor stores. “Consumption on Premises – Incidental Activity” Includes businesses where the sale of alcohol, which is consumed on the…

  • U.S. Liquor License Laws

    When you wind down at the end of the day or meet up for a social night with friends for a drink, have you thought about how and why you have access to alcohol? Maybe you ordered a beverage at a bar or restaurant, or maybe you picked up a bottle of wine or a six-pack of beer before watching a Sunday football game at home.