Born to be wild? Or not? That’s the question Royal Oak city officials
want to know about the city’s downtown. Would the possible introduction
of a bistro license turn up the volume on the city?
some, new bistro licenses could be a way to let already established
local businesses add beer or wine to their menu. For others, a bistro
license should include the option for a full liquor bar.
And for others, bistro licenses are a way of
allowing quiet restaurants to serve booze, and keep out the bigger bars
that may change a town from quaint to wild. One-hundred seats or less
is about what Andrzejak, for now, considers good bistro licenses.
commissioner has a different perspective on bistro licenses,”
Commissioner Mike Andrzejak said. “To some, there’s a misnomer that the
goal is to bring more smaller liquor establishments into the city.
That’s not my desire. I see it as a defense against the next mega-bar
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