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Liquor License Moratorium

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Portage Park »

Residents of the 38th Ward have until April 4 to register their opinion with Ald. Sposato's office.

Norwood Park »

A new plan for a liquor store will be unveiled at 7 p.m. March 30 at Norwood Park, 5801 N. Natoma Ave.

Portage Park »

Ald. Nicholas Sposato said earlier this month he would block a liquor license for the theater.

Portage Park »

Ald. Nicholas Sposato said he opposed a plan to serve booze during shows at the Patio.

Norwood Park »

A second meeting will take place in the coming weeks to detail the store's operations, officials said.

Norwood Park »

A similar proposal was dropped a year ago after the owner balked at restrictions required by officials.

Gladstone Park »

Owner Pradeep Patel still needs a liquor license before he can open 4th Octave Wine and Spirits.

Norwood Park »

A proposal to open up a  "high-end" wine and spirits shop in Norwood Park requires special permission.

Gladstone Park »

The planned Gladstone Park liquor store will help the community, not cause a nusiance, the owner said.

Ravenswood »

Fountainhead Market will sell products sourced by and made at the gastropub, owners tell community.

Lincoln Square »

A public meeting is set for Monday to discuss Fountainhead's plans for an artisanal food/drink market.

Jefferson Park »

The proposed ban would give residents another tool to block unwanted liquor stores, officials said.

Uptown »

Community members support the concept, which requires the lifting of a liquor license moratorium.