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Fees for New Liquor Licenses, by State State or CityFeesTotal Cost*New York$4,352 filing fee $200 application fee$4,552Indiana$1,000 license fee$1,000Ohio$2,344 license fee $100 processing fee$2,444California$6,000 State License fee $100 State processing fee $1,235 State Annual fee $6,000 City/ County CUP fee$13,3352 more rows • May 21, 2020
Get an Application. ... Complete the Application. ... Division Notifies Legislative Authority of Filed Application. ... Opportunity for Legislative Authority or Nearby Public Institution to Object. ... Division Verifies the \u201cWet/Dry\u201d Status of Proposed Permit Location. ... Hearing on Any Filed Objections. ... Time Frame for Permit Issuance.
F-2 permit: The permit allows a nonprofit organization to sell beer or intoxicating liquor (wine, mixed beverages and spirituous liquor) by the single serving at events. There must be a \u201ccharitable, cultural, educational, fraternal, or political purpose\u201d behind the event.
Permits to Sell Alcoholic Beverages at a Restaurant/Night Club in Ohio Permit ClassPermit FeeD3$750D3X$300D3A$938D5$2,3445 more rows
OH - A D-5 Liquor License Permit authorizes the sale of Hard Liquor, Beer, and Wine for on-sale and off-sale consumption. A D-5 Liquor License Permit authorizes the sale of Hard Liquor, Beer, and Wine, for consumption on the premises in a restaurant, bar, or nightclub setting.
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Complete data [hide]Liquor license fees by state, 2018StateLiquor license fee (for a restaurant to sell beer, wine, and liquor on site)DurationNorth Carolina$1,000.00AnnualNorth Dakota$2,020.00AnnualOhio$2,300.00Annual47 more rows
Get an Application. ... Complete the Application. ... Division Notifies Legislative Authority of Filed Application. ... Opportunity for Legislative Authority or Nearby Public Institution to Object. ... Division Verifies the \u201cWet/Dry\u201d Status of Proposed Permit Location. ... Hearing on Any Filed Objections. ... Time Frame for Permit Issuance.
In particular, Ohio Revised Code §4301.22(D) [http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/4301.22v1] states that: No holder of a permit shall give away any beer or intoxicating liquor of any kind at any time in connection with the permit holder's business.
D2 \u2013 This permit allows restaurants and nightclubs to sell wine and mixed beverages. Like the D1 permit, D2 limits the consumption on-site or for carry out. Also, like D1, the beverages must be sealed in their original containers.
Businesses can sell alcohol between 5:30 am to 2:30 am from Mondays to Saturdays. Sunday sales heavily depend on the location but with a special permit, alcohol may be sold from 10 pm to 1 am. Ohio alcohol laws do not require individuals to obtain a bartending license in Ohio to be able to sell and serve alcohol.

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