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Do you intend to open a restaurant in San Francisco? If so, you will most likely need a San Francisco liquor license. Even if you’re opening a family-style restaurant, you will require a San Francisco liquor license to serve any kind of alcohol. From a general alcohol permit to a beer and wine permit, a San Francisco liquor license is a must if your business has the intention of providing any kind of alcohol to your customers.
San Francisco restaurants typically use one of the most common types of liquor licenses – the San Francisco Liquor License Type 47. The Type 47 license is specifically designated for businesses that primarily serve food. The California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) states that, in order to be issued a Type 47 license, your establishment must be a “bona fide eating place.” Basically, this means that your business must generate at least 51% of all gross sales from food. Also, the food must be true, prepared food that you would find in most restaurants or cafes.
The Type 47 license is a general liquor license and allows the holder to serve beer, wine, liquor and spirits, and is designated as an “On-premises” license. This means that alcohol may be sold, opened and served on the premises, but may not sell closed containers to be consumed elsewhere.
Are you in need of a liquor license for your business? Do you feel that your business requires a San Francisco Liquor License Type 47? Then look no further – you have come to the right place. We can help you to obtain a Type 47 license, with no stress or hassle on your part. We can either provide assistance and consultation in applying for a license directly from the ABC, or we can assist you by brokering the purchase of your San Francisco Type 47 liquor license.
Are you interested in selling your San Francisco Liquor License Type 47? 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.