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Liquor board briefs

November 30, 1999|By DAN DEARTH

Liquor license Ok'd for new Asian eatery



The owners of a new Asian restaurant said Wednesday they would like to open in the former Applebee's building on Wesel Boulevard by the middle of January.

On Wednesday, the Board of License Commissioners for Washington County approved a liquor license for the Orchid Garden, which co-owner Sen Lin said will serve a variety of Asian cuisine.

Lin said renovations to the building should be completed by late December or early January. The business is at 1481 Wesel Blvd.




Clarion Hotel seeks liquor license



During a meeting Wednesday with the Board of License Commissioners for Washington County, Martin M. and Lata D. Milner, co-owners of the Clarion Hotel at 901 Dual Highway, said they would apply for a liquor license to serve alcohol near the business' pool area.

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Martin Milner said the franchise requires them to have a liquor license. He asked the commissioners whether it would be possible to acquire the license that is held by Dimension's Dining & Catering when that business moves from the Clarion facility Dec. 31.

Robert L. Everhart, commission chairman, said Milner would have to apply for a new license.

Chip Coblentz, CEO of Dimension's Dining & Catering, said he is looking for a new building in which to move his business. Until then, Coblentz said he would operate out of another one of his businesses, "Next" Dimension's, at 132 Old National Pike.

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