An Official Pennsylvania Government Website Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board Store LocatorOpens In A New Window Shop OnlineOpens In A New Window Store LocatorOpens In A New Window Shop OnlineOpens In A New Window The PLCB issues, renews and validates retail and wholesale alcohol licenses. Interested in obtaining a license? Please contact the Bureau of Licensing. Licenses are obtained four ways: through the issuing of a new license, the approval of a person-to-person transfer, the approval of a place-to-place transfer or the approval of a double transfer (person to person and place to place). For a new license, which may be limited by a statutory quota, an applicant must apply to the PLCB Bureau of Licensing. For a person-to-person transfer, an applicant must apply to have an existing license owned by another transferred to it for use at the same location (the licensed premises). This is valid only in cases of a change of ownership. For a place-to-place transfer, an applicant must apply to have an existing license that it holds transferred to a different location without any changes in ownership. For a double transfer (person to person and place to place), an applicant must apply to have an existing license transferred to it for use at a different location – that is, both ownership and the licensed premises changes. Keystone State. Proudly founded in 1681 as a place of tolerance and freedom.
Jan 8, 2014 ... ... in the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board's licensee database, and, ... UPDATE: On Thursday morning, a PLCB spokesperson explained: ... Farmers’ Cabinet Reopening With Full Bar On Thursday, Says Matt Swartz [UPDATED] by VICTOR FIORILLO· 1/8/2014, 7:48 p.m. Devoted foodies and restaurant newbies love Foobooz. Sign up now for our twice weekly newsletter. It has been a few weeks since Farmers’ Cabinet owner Matt Swartz was arrested and charged with forgery and selling alcohol without a valid liquor license. And by December 30th, the restaurant announced that it was closing, at least temporarily. But now, the Farmers’ Cabinet is reopening on Thursday, according to Matt Swartz. “Farmers cabinet will reopen at 5pm tomorrow with full bar,” wrote Swartz in an email to me just after 7 p.m. on Wednesday. And the restaurant announced the same on its Facebook page. That the restaurant would be allowed to reopen with a full bar seems a little weird, since the Farmers’ Cabinet liquor license is still showing as “inactive” in the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board’s licensee database, and, you know, since one of the restaurant’s owners (Swartz) has been charged with forging a liquor license, etc. But, hey, this is America. Anything is possible. Swartz is scheduled for a preliminary hearing on January 16th in Philadelphia Common Pleas Court. The PLCB could not immediately be reached for comment. UPDATE: On Thursday morning, a PLCB spokesperson explained: “The licensee went to our Plymouth Meeting Office right before 5:00 last night and filed the validation form, taxes and fees so authority was issued.” It’s worth noting that Swartz is not named on the liquor license, or the situation could be very different.
The PLCB can refuse to renew a license, but it is not authorized to fine a licensee or ... Many ALJ adjudications are available online in a searchable database. An Official Pennsylvania Government Website Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board Store LocatorOpens In A New Window Shop OnlineOpens In A New Window Store LocatorOpens In A New Window Shop OnlineOpens In A New Window PLCB > Licensing > Topics of Interest > Liquor Licensing and Enforcement Roles in Licensing and Enforcement While the PLCB is responsible for issuing and renewing liquor licenses, enforcement of liquor laws as they relate to licensees including bars and restaurants is not the responsibility of the agency. The PLCB can refuse to renew a license, but it is not authorized to fine a licensee or revoke or suspend a liquor license for citation matters. Instead, enforcement of the Liquor Code and PLCB regulations is done by the Pennsylvania State Police, Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement (PSP BLCE).The PSP BLCE issues citations against bars and restaurants who are found to be in violation of the Liquor Code. The Office of Administrative Law Judge, which is an authority independent of the PLCB, adjudicates all citations against licensees issued by the PSP BLCE. For each citation, the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) issues an adjudication presenting findings of fact, conclusions of law and penalties, where applicable. The Office of ALJ has the authority to revoke liquor licenses. • Following citation by the PSP BLCE, a licensee may either admit guilt and waive appeal rights or request a hearing before an ALJ to challenge or contest the citation. • Similar to court hearings, ALJ hearings provide the licensee and the PSP BLCE opportunities to testify under oath and call witnesses, who may be subjected to questioning by both parties. In a hearing, the PSP BLCE has the burden of proving a licensee violated the Liquor Code.
Jan 4, 2011 ... Joining Hornik on the license is local promoter andÂ R5 Production's ... no comment but did an online search of the PLCB licensees database. Spaghetti Warehouse to Become Music Venue? by FOOBOOZ· 1/4/2011, 3:29 p.m. Devoted foodies and restaurant newbies love Foobooz. Sign up now for our twice weekly newsletter. Avram Hornik’s (Drinker’s Pub, Drinker’s Tavern, Drinker’s West, Noche, Lucy’s Hat Shop)Â live music venue looks to have new life. Originally planned for the old Jumbo Theater at Front and Girard, Hornik’s name is on the liquor license application at 1026 Spring Garden Street, the just closed Spaghetti Warehouse. Joining Hornik on the license is local promoter andÂ R5 Production’s headmanÂ Sean Agnew. We’ve heard the plan is for an 800 capacity live music venue that would join Polaris and Electric Factory as live music venues in the area. We’re still waiting to hear back from Hornik or Agnew. Update: There has been some confusion regarding this post and accusations that it wasn’t fact checked. Fact checking does indeed have a place in a digital age and that is what Foobooz engaged in prior to running this story. After hearing a rumor of a music venue from a local source we reached out to the parties involved. We received no comment but did an online search of the PLCB licensees database. It was there that we found Hornik and Agnew listed as officers. We never stated their names where on the physical orange placard. With that information we made the decision to publish the story and we stand behind it as a thoroughly fact-checked post. Jumbo Theatre Lofts-District Union Transfer
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