To preserve the incidental nature of the caterer’s permit issued pursuant to M.S. § 340A.404, subd. 12, as amended, and to preserve the underlying state and local framework for permanent licenses, a caterer’s permit holder is subject to the following restrictions:
(a) The of at unlicensed locations must be incidental to a larger food service and does not allow a to in effect, operate a permanent establishment;
(b) No one location shall have more than 60 days of catered events in one calendar year where are served to the general public and in no case shall any one event be for more than four consecutive days, except pursuant to a special event caterer’s license specific to the individual catered event that meets the criteria set forth in subsections (c) and (d) below;
(c) A caterer’s permit holder shall provide notice of the catered event to the at least seven days prior to the event; and
(e) A special event caterer’s license is required for any event at which service is to be provided and 1,500 or more people may be expected to attend on any one day of the event. No one location shall have more than 60 days of catered events in one calendar year where are served to attending guests and in no case shall any one such event be open to guests for more than 30 consecutive days within a 60-day period.
(Ord. 2020-2, passed 2-24-2020)