PubClub Do you want to try your hand as a New York City restaurateur, or perhaps have ambitions to open a specialty bourbon shop? Acquiring a license is the first step. In New York, liquor licenses are acquired through the state. ABC Law You will need an experienced New York liquor license attorney to navigate the increasingly complex laws. The Alcoholic Beverage Control Law, or ABC Law, regulates the sale, distribution, and manufacturing of alcoholic beverages. To newbies’ dismay, these laws were enacted in 1934 and don’t always provide clear answers.  Since ABC laws are outdated and open to interpretation, typically the SLA will allow your New York liquor license attorney to submit a declaratory ruling request on your behalf. Need to Know: Liquor License FAQs The Liquor Authority issues four different license types: On-premise for restaurants, bars and hotels Off-premise for liquor, wine, convenience, grocery and drug stores Wholesale

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