Article - Alcoholic Beverages
(a) There is a Class B cafe beer, wine, and liquor license.
(b) (1) The license authorizes the holder to sell:
(i) beer and wine for on– and off–premises consumption; and
(ii) liquor for on–premises consumption.
(2) The license is a 7–day license with an on–premises wine tasting privilege for every day of the year.
(3) The license may be used for off–premises catering.
(c) The Board shall set:
(1) the maximum number of cafe licenses that it may issue under this section; and
(2) the maximum and minimum seating capacity for each cafe license it issues.
(d) The license may be used only if:
(1) the Board determines that the establishment has adequate tables, chairs, food, and facilities for preparing and serving meals;
(2) the average gross monthly receipts from the sale of cooked or prepared food served at the establishment and other items approved by the Board exceed 50% of the average monthly receipts from the sale of beer, wine, and liquor sold for on–premises consumption; and
(3) not more than 10% of the total square footage of the establishment is dedicated to the public display of beer and wine that is offered for sale.
(e) The license holder may sell beer, wine, and liquor during the hours and days as set out for a Class B beer, wine, and liquor license under § 22–2004(b) of this title.
(f) The annual license fee is $3,000.