Wet Oak Cliff: First mixed beverage permit from TABC

Monica Greene, who is developing the restuarant Bee: Best Enchiladas Ever in the former Quinn spot on West Davis, just received the first mixed beverage permit for a restaurant in Oak Cliff from the TABC.  The restaurant is expected to open in mid January.

By |2011-02-18T19:06:54-05:00December 23rd, 2010|Business, News, Restaurants|1 Comment

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  1. Jonathan Braddick December 23, 2010 at 8:47 AM

    Just spoke with the owner of Tienda Chori yesterday and he mentioned he’s waiting for his TABC interview. Shouldn’t be long until they’re the first grocer to sell beer and wine at Davis and Edgefield.

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