Danvers to Consider New Liquor Applications

Six applications will be considered for the three available liquor licenses at the public hearing held on August 2 at the Board of Selectmen meeting at Town Hall, as reported by patch.com.

According to Town Clerk Joe Collins, four of the six applicants already have beer and wine licenses, and are looking to upgrade to a full alcohol permit. I Pazzi, Nine Elm, Hong Kong Cafe, and Sawasdee Danvers are the four restaurants
Andy’s Sunnyside Bowladrom, an entity that currently does not sell alcohol, beer and wine, has also applied for a license.

The sixth applicant, Oye’s, is proposing an Asian fusion restaurant to be located in the same building as Grassfields on Route 114. Oye’s currently has one other location in Reading and has a lease agreement pending the license outcome.

At the public hearing for the proposals on August 2, each applicant will make a presentation and answer questions from the board.

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