"Bar."  An establishment, other than a cocktail lounge, wherein the primary use is the sale of alcoholic beverages for consumption on the premises, with or without food service, from which minors are excluded by law, and which requires a "public premises"-type license issued by the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, and where no cover charge or admittance fee is charged to patrons.
   "Basement."  An area of building designed for occupancy or use with the ceiling located entirely at or below the finished grade of the land.
   "Bed and Breakfast Inn."  See Chapter 18.36 (Types of Uses).
   "Bedroom."  A private habitable room planned or used for sleeping, separated from other rooms by a door or similar partition, except as provided herein.  All rooms (other than a living room, family room, dining room, bathroom, toilet compartment, hall, foyer, closet, pantry, or utility room) having seventy (70) square feet or more of floor area and enclosed with four (4) walls shall be considered a bedroom. If one (1) of the four (4) walls is one hundred percent (100%) open to an adjacent room or hallway, it shall not be considered a bedroom.
   "Beer" means any alcoholic beverage obtained by the fermentation of any infusion or decoction of barley, malt, hops, or any other similar product, or any combination thereof in water, and includes ale, porter, brown, stout, lager beer, small beer, and strong beer, but does not include sake, known as Japanese rice wine.  Beer aged in an empty wooden barrel previously used to contain wine or distilled spirits shall be defined exclusively as "beer" and shall not be considered a dilution or mixture of any other alcoholic beverage.
   "Beer manufacturer" means any person licensed by the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control of the State of California that has facilities and equipment for the purposes of, and is engaged in, the commercial manufacture of beer.
   "Block."  All property fronting upon one side of a street between intersecting streets, or between a street and right-of-way, waterway, terminus of a dead-end street or city boundary.
   "Boardinghouse."  A building, or portion thereof, where lodging and meals are provided for compensation for seven (7) or more persons, excluding rest homes and residential or group care facilities.
   "Brandy manufacturer" means any person licensed by the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control of the State of California that is engaged in the manufacture of brandy only and not in the manufacture of any other distilled spirits.
   "Building."  A permanently located structure having a roof (all forms of vehicles, even if immobilized, are excluded).
   "Building, Main."  A building within which is conducted the principal use permitted on the lot as provided by this title.
   "Building, Height."  See "Height, Structural."
   "Building Site."  The ground area of one (1) or more lots, as defined herein, when used in combination for a building or permitted group of buildings, together with all open spaces as required by this title.
   "Business."  The purchase, sale or other transaction involving the handling or disposition of any article, substance or commodity for livelihood or profit; or the management of office buildings, offices, recreational or amusement enterprises; or the maintenance and use of offices, structures and premises by professions and trades rendering services.  (Ord. 5920  1 (part); June 8, 2004:  Ord. 6296 § 2; March 4, 2014:  Ord. 6493 § 22; September 29, 2020:  Ord. 6502 §  2; January 26, 2021.)