Saugatuck-area restaurant seeks township’s first liquor license in 19 years

The forward-thinking owner of an eclectic new business in Laketown Township has her sights set on rehabbing the property and providing a service the township hasn’t seen in 19 years—the opportunity to enjoy a beer with their pizza.

According to excerpts from the story:

Laketown Township, MI — Less than a month after voters overturned a 19-year-old ban on alcohol sales in Laketown Township, the first liquor license request has been received by the township planning commission.

Elizabeth Smith, owner of 64th Street Bakery and Cafe/Hidden Treasure Antiques, 3604 64th St., submitted a special use request for facility improvements, including an expansion of the bakery/cafe area, a separate pizza restaurant, outdoor seating, second-story antique sales and the liquor license.

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