Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Oklahoma ABLE Commission: March 31, 2009

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Oklahoma ABLE Commission: March 31, 2009

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New Licenses

The ABLE Commission Licensing Division issued four mixed- beverage licenses and two caterer/mixed-beverage licenses.

Receiving mixed-beverage licenses are:

Mi Pueblo Authentic Mexican Restaurant, 900 E. Prospect Ave., Ponca City, Rodza Inc.

Brix Restaurant and Sports Lounge, 27 E. Sheridan, Oklahoma City, Brix Restaurant and Sports Lounge LLC.

Blow Out Club LLC, 320 W. Harrison, Guthrie, Blow Out Club LLC.

Library of Fine Food & Spirits, 119 N. Robinson Ave., Ste. LL- 10, Oklahoma City, CKG Enterprises LLC.

Receiving caterer/mixed-beverage licenses are:

Los Cabos Mexican Grill & Cantina, 151 E. Bass Pro Dr., Broken Arrow, Los Cabos of Broken Arrow LLC.

Los Cabos Mexican Grill & Cantina, 300 Riverwalk Terr., Ste. 100, Jenks, Los Cabos Riverwalk LLC.

Intents

Three parties published notices of intent to apply for licensing through the Oklahoma Alcoholic Beverage Laws Enforcement Commission. There was one notice published for a beer and wine license, one notice published for a retail store license and one notice published for a mixed-beverage license.

Seeking a beer and wine license is:

Hideaway Pizza, 1150 N. Ninth St., Broken Arrow, Hideaway-2 Inc.

Seeking a retail store license is:

Wine Rack, 3635 NW 63rd, Oklahoma City, Jason Tran.

Seeking a mixed-beverage license is:

Mangum Elks Lodge #1169, 1501 N. Pennsylvania Ave., Mangum, Mangum Elks Lodge #1169.

Resolved Cases

The Oklahoma Alcoholic Beverage Laws Enforcement Commission has resolved cases against the following businesses.

WSL Properties in Tulsa agreed to pay $85 for failure to timely renew licenses.

Zodiac Club in Oklahoma City agreed to pay $1,000 for the sale of alcohol to a minor. The charge of allowing a person under the age of 21 into a designated bar area was dismissed without prejudice.

TGI Friday's in Tulsa agreed to pay $150 for an unlicensed employee.

Sherri Taylor of Tahlequah received a 10-day suspension for the sale of alcohol to a minor.

The case against Adam H. Muncy of Moore for allowing a person under 21 into a designated bar area was dismissed without prejudice. Muncy received a 10-day suspension for selling alcohol to a minor. …

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