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Limited Mixed Beverage Restaurant

A limited mixed beverage restaurant license authorizes the licensee to sell and serve dessert wines and liquors mixed with coffee or other non-alcoholic beverages for consumption in dining areas. The licensee is also authorized to sell and serve wine and beer for on-premises or off-premises consumption.

Fee(s)

1 to 100 seats—$945 (Classification I)
101 to 150 seats—$1,385 (Classification II)
Over 150 seats—$1,875 (Classification III)

References

COV 4.1-206.3.(A)(6)—Retail licenses
COV 4.1-231.1.(A)(3)(h)—Fees on state licenses
COV 4.1-233.1.(A)(3)(g)—Fees on local licenses

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Completing the application may take 15–30 minutes. Average ABC processing time is 60–90 days. View the list of retail license documents (PDF) required to complete the application. Apply for this license (PDF).

The information on this page does not in any way replace or supersede what is listed in Title 4.1 of the Code of Virginia or Title 3 of the Administrative Code of Virginia. It is the responsibility of every individual or business applying for a license or permit to review, in detail, the applicable sections of the code.
 
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