Booze News: Return of The Viking | News
The Viking Bar and Grill was forced to shut down last month after failing to pay their taxes. As of July 5, they have a new liquor license application applied for by Troy Hardy and Kim Duffy. It's listed on the Washinton State Liquor Control Board's website.
According to The Inlander’s June 12 article, a bartender said the bar might go under new ownership.
Discussing East Central’s Alcohol Impact Area
Public comment is due today for the city’s proposed East Central Alcohol Impact Area. A public meeting is scheduled next week so the WSLCB can gather comment and debate the proposed area.
The impact area would ban some products of alcohol, but not affect bars or breweries in the area. You can read a full list of proposed banned products at WSLCB’s website.
The public meeting is July 11 at 10 a.m. inside the city council chambers located on the lower level of City Hall. Email last minute comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In Other Liquor License News
Donny’s Place applied for a beer and wine license. They’ll be located at 2103 E. Diamond Ave where Fletcher’s BBQ used to occupy.
River City Brewing will be opening their microbrewery at 121 S. Cedar. According to Google Map Street View, that address is redirected to 162 S. Cedar, but that’s a parking lot.