Mich. city council considers allowing alcohol at restaurants

02/22/2013 | Detroit News, The

Restaurant patrons in Oak Park, Mich., might soon be able to order alcohol for the first time since 1945, as the City Council prepares to vote on whether to issue tavern licenses. While liquor sales at stores are legal, restaurants cannot serve alcohol. If the council votes in favor of offering tavern licenses, restaurants could offer beer and wine by the glass.

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