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Article - Alcoholic Beverages




§25–1604.

    (a)    This section applies only to Kensington.

    (b)    (1)    The Board may issue:

            (i)    a 2–day on–sale beer and wine license or a 2–day on–sale beer, wine, and liquor license to a religious, fraternal, civic, or charitable organization holding an event on municipal property located at 3710 Mitchell Street; and

            (ii)    a Class B–K beer and wine license or a Class B–K beer, wine, and liquor license for use on the site of a restaurant in the following commercial areas:

                1.    the west side of Connecticut Avenue between Knowles Avenue and Perry Avenue;

                2.    the east side of Connecticut Avenue between Knowles Avenue and Dupont Street and between University Boulevard and Perry Avenue;

                3.    the west side of University Boulevard West;

                4.    Dupont Avenue, west of Connecticut Avenue;

                5.    Plyers Mill Road, west of Metropolitan Avenue;

                6.    Summit Avenue between Knowles Avenue and Howard Avenue;

                7.    Detrick Avenue between Knowles Avenue and Howard Avenue;

                8.    the southwest side of Metropolitan Avenue between North Kensington Parkway and Plyers Mill Road;

                9.    East Howard Avenue;

                10.    Armory Avenue between Howard Avenue and Knowles Avenue;

                11.    Montgomery Avenue between Howard Avenue and Kensington Parkway;

                12.    Kensington Parkway and Frederick Avenue, from Montgomery Avenue to Silver Creek; or

                13.    the east side of Connecticut Avenue between Warner Street and Knowles Avenue.

        (2)    A Class B–K beer, wine, and liquor license or a Class B–K beer and wine license authorizes the holder to keep for sale and sell alcoholic beverages for on–premises consumption.

        (3)    A license holder shall maintain average daily receipts from the sale of food, not including carryout food, of at least 40% of the overall average daily receipts.

    (c)    (1)    The Board may issue:

            (i)    in aggregate, not more than four Class A–K (off–sale) beer and wine licenses, Class D–K beer licenses, and Class D–K beer and wine licenses for use in the commercial areas specified in subsection (b)(1)(ii) of this section; and

            (ii)    subject to § 25–1306 of this title, not more than three beer and wine tasting (BWT) licenses for holding tastings or samplings of beer and wine.

        (2)    A Class A–K beer and wine license authorizes the holder to keep for sale and sell beer or wine for off–premises consumption 7 days a week, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily.

        (3)    A holder of a Class A–K beer and wine license, a Class D–K beer license, and a Class D–K beer and wine license may not, on a side, door, or window of the building of the licensed premises, place a sign or other display that advertises alcoholic beverages in a publicly visible location.

        (4)    The annual license fee is $250.