Bill Would Make It Possible For Non-Bars To Get Liquor Licenses
You may be someone who imbibes on occasion — maybe at home or at a bar or restaurant. And there are a few other types of locales that apply, too, like barbershops.
An omnibus bill being considered by state lawmakers would, among other things, make it possible for more non-bars and restaurants to obtain liquor licenses.
Jim Valenzuela is the CEO of V’s Barbershops in the Valley. They serve alcohol at a few of their locations.