Dry Buffalo Grill.
According to the Alcoholic Beverage Control board in Little Rock, the restaurant's alcohol permit hasn't been renewed since it expired June 30. And if owner John Gaiser doesn't renew by Oct. 28, he'll have to reapply. Cost to renew the expired permit is $1,000.
Gaiser tells us customers should expect to resume their alcohol consumption in "just a matter of days."
But we have to wonder why the Little Rock eatery hasn't renewed and whether it has anything to do with the $20,017 Buffalo Grill's holding company, India Inc., paid the state Department of Finance & Administration in June to square away some tax issues.
Gaiser said he simply didn't renew it.
The North Little Rock Buffalo Grill closed in February. And in February 2002, the Rebsamen Park store suffered a grease fire that caused $40,000 in damage.
|Printer friendly Cite/link Email Feedback|
|Title Annotation:||liquor license unpaid; Whispers|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Sep 29, 2003|
|Previous Article:||Stock summary.|
|Chili's, Outback Face Opposition in Jonesboro.|
|ABC Denies Liquor Permits.|
|Restaurants Appeal ABC Decision.|
|Hog City Diner ousted from Old Post Office. (NW Journal).|
|Not enough Buffalo.|