4/6/2020 - Business License Temporarily Allows Liquor Licensees with Restaurants to Sell Beer and Wine to Go (Curbside Pickup)


The Clark County Department of Business License is allowing liquor licensees with restaurants to sell beer and wine to go (curbside pickup) as long as the order includes food. The businesses need to apply for a temporary package beer, wine, and spirit-based products liquor license, which will be approved as soon as practicable. The alcohol they are allowed to sell includes beer, wine, and spirits such as wine coolers or ciders (spirits less than 17% alcohol vol or 34 proof) so long as they are in original, unopened containers.

 
The businesses are not allowed to sell hard alcohol (rum, vodka, gin, tequila, whiskey, etc.) or mixed drinks, and delivery of alcoholic beverages is also prohibited. Also, the business must not involve a third-party vendor such as Uber Eats, Door Dash, Postmates, etc. to provide this service. At this time, the temporary licenses will last through April 30, 2020 and may be extended by the Director, throughout the duration of the Governors mandated closures.

Applications (written requests) may be submitted via standard mail service, FedEx or email to James M. Headen, Assistant Manager at JamesH@clarkcountynv.govPlease include the application fee of $175 payable to the Department of Business License.  Payments may be made online via under your current liquor license account.  License approvals will be sent via email to the licensee.

Due to limited staffing, we are processing the requests as soon practicable.  You will be notified when your license is updated and should be able to pay the fees under the misc. fees tab online.  Please continue to monitor your emails.

 

Last modified on 4/8/2020 16:25