The Station applies for liquor license

The operators of The Station coffee house, across from El Centro at 2533 16th Avenue South, have applied for a “Beer/Wine Restaurant” liquor license. According to the Liquor Control Board, this type of license would allow them to “sell beer and/or wine for on-premises consumption in conjunction with food sales, either on tap or in opened bottles or cans.” The City is seeking comments on whether to support the issuance of the license.

If you have any comments on the matter, either positive or negative, send them to Bill Reddy, Department of Executive Administration/Revenue and Consumer Affairs/License Enforcement Unit, 700 Fifth Avenue, Suite 4250, P.O. Box 34214, Seattle, WA 98104-5020.

The Station's grand opening day, earlier this year. Photo by Wendi.

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