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File #: SR 23-160    Version: 1
Type: Staff Report Status: Archived
In control: Licensing Hearing
Final action: 7/27/2023
Title: License Application Summary for The Herbivorous Dragon LLC (License ID# 20230000698), d/b/a J Selby’s, Aubry Walch, owner, 651-222-3263
Attachments: 1. Class N Application, 2. Documentation of District Council Notification, 3. Floor Plan, 4. Street Photo, 5. STAMP Activity Report, 6. Incident Report, 7. Letter of Objection, 8. Aerial Photo, 9. Zoning Map, 10. Plat Map, 11. 100' Property Ownership, 12. AMANDA Print Screen, 13. Class N Notification, 14. Notice of License Hearing
Related files: RES 23-1184
Title
License Application Summary for The Herbivorous Dragon LLC (License ID# 20230000698), d/b/a J Selby’s, Aubry Walch, owner, 651-222-3263

Located at
169 Victoria St N, Ward 1

Application for
Wine On Sale, Malt On Sale (Strong) and Liquor Outdoor Service Area (Sidewalk)

Recommended License Conditions
1. Per City of Saint Paul Legislative Code 409.15(a)(2), On-sale wine license shall mean a license authorizing the sale of wine not exceeding fourteen (14) percent alcohol by volume, for consumption on the licensed premises only in conjunction with the sale and service of food (menu item only). The sale of Malt (Strong) will also take place only in conjunction with the sale and service of food.
2. Per City of Saint Paul Legislative Code 409.15(e), licensee must be able to show that gross receipts are at least sixty (60) percent attributable to the sale of food.
3. Licensee will submit to the Department of Safety and Inspections (DSI) annual gross receipts for food and liquor for each year the license is renewed.
4. Licensee agrees to limit the placement of table(s)/chair(s) on the public sidewalk to the area and number of seats shown on the approved sidewalk seating plan on file with the Department of Safety and Inspections (DSI) and Public Works.
5. Each year prior to the placement of table(s) and/or chair(s) in the public right-of-way (i.e., sidewalk), the licensee agrees to obtain a new Obstruction Permit from the Department of Public Works. Licensee agrees to maintain the sidewalk café in accordance with the conditions placed on an approved Obstruction Permit, acknowledges that an Obstruction Permit is effective on April 1 and expires on October 31 of each year, that table(s) and/or chair(s) may not be placed in the public right-of-way before or after the effective/expiration dates, and that a failure to comply with this condition will result in adverse action being taken against all of their licenses.

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