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ALDERS COUNTY, Fla. (WFLA) — It’s hard for anyone to believe an old sign in Lanatyasastra.comke Worth says that if you want your property to be a restaurant it must provide a liquor license and restaurant license plates.
For those who’ve been to the neighborhood since the 1960′s and have heard a beer or two, you know how the word «drinking club» came to be.
Now you might be wondering what in the name of Old-Fashioned is going on if you don’t have an Old-Fashioned license.
Now it looks like the problem may be brewing.
Last week in an eviction case for a real estate company from the same building, the judge ordered the city of Lake Worth to turn over records to the Florida State Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism.
But if the judge orders a license it’s not going to be easy.
«I’ve been looking into that and it hasn’t changed my mind at all,» said attorney Matthew Dabrowski. «There is no way we would prevail there. It’s just not going to happen.»
The business license has come under increased scrutiny in recent years and a number of attorneys including lawyer Dabrowski are working on cases such as that of the owner and manager of one of Lake Worth’s most successful eateries, which had its liquor license revoked in March 2013.
And to ensure that the property owners are not being abused to benefit liquor-serving restaurants, many of them are holding out on receiving a liquor license.
«Our license is not valid and I expect this case to provide an opportunity for the city of Lake Worth, through the courts, to show the entire community that they are serious about promoting our liquor license,» said John Dabrowski.