§ 111.03  DEFINITIONS.
   In addition to the definitions contained in M.S. § 340A.101, as it may be amended from time to time, for the purpose of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   LIQUOR.  Without modification by the words “intoxicating” or “3.2% malt”, includes both intoxicating liquor and 3.2% malt liquor.
   PUBLIC PLACE.  Includes all outdoor places owned by or open to the general public and all buildings and enclosed places owned by or open to the general public, including the places of entertainment, taverns, restaurants, clubs, theaters, dance halls, banquet halls, party rooms or halls limited to specific members, restricted to adults or to patrons invited to attend, whether or not an admission charge is levied.
   RESTAURANT.  An eating facility, other than a hotel, under the control of a single proprietor or manager, where meals are regularly prepared on the premises, where full waitress/waiter table service is provided, where a customer orders food from printed menus and where the main food course is served and consumed while seated at a single location. To be a RESTAURANT as defined by this term in this chapter, an establishment shall have a license from the state as required by M.S. § 157.16, as it may be amended from time to time, and meet the definition of either a “small establishment”, “medium establishment” or “large establishment” as defined in M.S. § 157.16, subdivision 3d, as it may be amended from time to time. An establishment which serves prepackaged food that receives heat treatment and is served in the package or frozen pizza that is heated and served, shall not be considered to be a RESTAURANT for purposes of this chapter unless it meets the definitions of “small establishment”, “medium establishment” or “large establishment”.
(Ord. 90, passed 7-8-2002)