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A. In addition to the other applicable conditions and requirements of this chapter, each Class A-1 liquor licensee whose licensed premises is a food hall restaurant and each Class K liquor licensee whose licensed premises is a food hall coffee shop may only sell alcoholic liquor subject to the following conditions and restrictions:
1. Alcoholic liquor shall only be drawn, poured, or mixed within the licensed premises owned or leased by the licensee;
2. Alcoholic liquor may be delivered and consumed only within: a) the licensed premises owned or leased by the licensee; b) the adjacent licensed food hall; or c) the premises of other food hall restaurants or coffee shops that satisfy the insurance requirements of subsection 4-1-15A of this chapter and are located adjacent to a licensed food hall;
3. Alcoholic liquor may only be served in containers that are of a different color, size and design than those in which nonalcoholic beverages are served by any one or more food hall restaurant or coffee shop adjacent to the same food hall, and such alcoholic liquor containers shall clearly and legibly state on the container's exterior the name of the licensed food hall restaurant or licensed food hall coffee shop that served the alcoholic liquor;
4. No more than twenty four (24) ounces of beer may be sold in a single container at a time, and no more than eight (8) ounces of wine may be sold in a single container at a time; and
5. Except for the sale of beer and wine, no drink may be sold that contains more than three (3) ounces of alcohol.
B. Without limiting the provisions of subsection A of this section, neither this section nor any other provision in this chapter requires that every food hall restaurant adjacent to a food hall or licensed food hall hold a Class A-1 license or that every food hall coffee shop adjacent to a food hall or licensed food hall hold a Class K license. Further, the suspension or revocation of any one or more Class A-1 licenses or Class K licenses issued to food hall restaurants or food hall coffee shops shall not cause a revocation, suspension or impairment of licenses held by the other licensees accessible from the same food hall.
C. In consideration for the practical operations of multiple, independent food hall restaurants and food hall coffee shops that have been designed to be accessible only from and through a particular food hall, no revocation or suspension of a licensed food hall's Class L license shall cause the revocation or suspension of any one or more Class A-1 license held by the adjacent licensed food hall restaurants or Class K licenses held by the adjacent licensed food hall coffee shops so long as:
1. The food hall premises continues to be accessible for customers only through access control points with enclosed vestibules, video surveillance, and signage prohibiting customers from exiting or entering the food hall premises with any alcoholic beverage; and
2. While such revocation or suspension of the food hall's Class L license is in effect, no alcoholic beverages purchased at its adjacent licensed food hall restaurants and adjacent licensed food hall coffee shops may be consumed within the food hall premises, and such alcoholic beverages may only be consumed within the premises where the beverages were purchased or within the premises of other licensed food hall restaurants and licensed food hall coffee shops. (Ord. G-1078, 7-12-2016)