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The east side of 1300 East between 200 South and 300 South would be ideal for a pub, she noted. But presently, zoning on that block allows for much larger businesses.
"We’d like something that brings a 9th [East] and 9th [South] feel," she said. "We don’t want a strip mall."
Social club » A business that serves alcoholic beverages but is not required to sell a certain percentage of food.
Dining club » A business that serves alcoholic beverages but must serve a certain percentage of food.
Tavern » A business that serves only beer that has a 3.2 percent level of alcohol.
Brew pub » A business that brews beer for sale to customers and serves food.
The reasoning behind allowing pubs and restaurants in neighborhood commercial areas is that they bring a vibrancy, said City Councilman Kyle LaMalfa.
"It’s about activating our business nodes and making restaurants a viable part of our business community," he said.
The impact to neighborhoods won’t be dramatic, LaMalfa said.
"My sense of the objections is that it’s from people who don’t like alcohol at all."
No date has been set for a vote on the proposal.
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