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Have you been thinking about opening a bar, tavern, cocktail lounge or nightclub in San Francisco? If you have, then it’s very good that you ended up here, because you will need a San Francisco Liquor License Type 48. Type 48 licenses differ from Type 41 and Type 47 licenses in that they are designated for establishments that are not primarily eateries. This means that there is no stipulation under the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) that states that a certain amount of your gross sales must be generated from the sale of food.
The type of license that you’ll need for this business type will be different from the licenses that restaurants use. San Francisco Type 48 liquor licenses are typically issued for bars and nightclubs, or other adult venues where minors will not be present. The San Francisco Liquor License Type 48 permits the holder to serve liquor until 2:00 AM. The facility can only admit entry those 21 years of age and older. Unlike the Type 41 and Type 47 licenses, the San Francisco Type liquor 48 license is designated as an on and off-premises license. Liquor, beer and wine may be sold for on-premises consumption, as well as beer and wine for off-premises consumption.
Don’t wait anymore if you feel that your business requires a San Francisco Liquor License Type 48! If this is the license your business needs, then you do not need to look any further. We can help you to obtain a San Francisco Liquor License Type 48, with no stress or hassle on your part. We can provide both assistance and consultation in applying for a license directly from the ABC, as well as assistance in brokering the purchase of your San Francisco Type 48 liquor license from a seller on the open market.
Are you interested in selling your San Francisco Liquor License Type 48? Our team can assist you there too! We can ensure that we find the best value for your license, while also vetting any interested buyers to ensure that they are qualified under the requirements of the ABC.