Lebanon City Council unanimously approved the transfer of a liquor license to the Weis Market. Council voted 5-0 to approve the transfer of a restaurant liquor license into the City of Lebanon from the Liquor Control Board to use at Weis Markets, 800 S. 12th Street. It will be the second Weis Market to sell beer and wine in Lebanon County. Last week, Weis Market celebrated the grand opening of the first beer and wine cafe in Lebanon County at their Palmyra store.
Not quite a year ago, downtown Lebanon was packed with thousands of people and exotic cars as the Fireball Run Adventure Rally finished for the day at Eighth and Cumberland streets. People can relive that excitement on Saturday when Visit Lebanon Valley, along with the Community of Lebanon Association, will premiere the Fireball Run episode that featured Lebanon County. "I'm very excited to see the results," said Laura Putt, president of Visit Lebanon Valley.
Hours after officially opening a beer and wine cafe at the Weis Market in Palmyra, Weis officials were at Lebanon City Council asking to open a cafe at its Lebanon store. An attorney and engineer representing Weis Markets made a request to transfer a liquor license from West Lebanon to Lebanon City and presented building plans to Mayor Sherry Capello and Lebanon City Council during a public hearing in council chambers on Thursday evening.
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