Single-screen movie theaters and bowling alleys with restaurants in them can now serve alcohol within the Mission Alcohol Restricted Use District

Uh, starting tomorrow. Congrats to Mission Bowling Club and the Roxie! Here’s some official stuff:

New Planning Code Summary:

Mission Alcohol Restricted Alcohol Use District

Code Changes: Sections 249.60
Case Number: 2011.0710T /Board File No. 11-0482

Initiated by: Supervisor Kim

Effective Date: December 15, 2011

The Way It Was: The Mission Alcohol SUD prohibits new establishments from distributing – including selling or serving – alcohol within the geographic area of the SUD. The SUD also prohibits the expansion of existing establishments that sell or serve alcohol. There were two specific exceptions from the prohibition: bona fide restaurants and nonprofit theaters (with live performers) could sell and/or serve alcoholic beverages.

The Way It Is Now: Two exceptions have been added to the prohibition, to allow single-screen movie theaters to serve beer and wine, and to allow bowling alleys to serve alcoholic beverages in conjunction with a full service restaurant that is integrated within the bowling alley.

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One Response to “Single-screen movie theaters and bowling alleys with restaurants in them can now serve alcohol within the Mission Alcohol Restricted Use District”

  1. gregory says:

    maybe this will get those shuttered Mission Street theaters back in action!!! that would be marvelous.

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