Spirits, Beer And Wine Restaurant Food Service Acknowledgment
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Spirits, Beer And Wine Restaurant Food Service Acknowledgment Form. This is a Washington form and can be use in Liquor Control Board Statewide.
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Liquor Control Board,
Licensing and Regulation Division
PO Box 43098
Olympia WA 98504-3098
Phone: (360) 664-1600
Fax: (360) 753-2710
Spirits, Beer, and Wine Restaurant
Food Service Acknowledgment
I understand that in order to obtain and maintain a spirits, beer and wine restaurant liquor license,
I must meet the following requirements (as outlined in WAC 314-16-190, WAC 314-02-035, and RCW
Maintain a menu offering at least five different complete meals:
∗ A “complete meal” means an entree plus at least one additional course.
∗ The entrees can be meat, fish, fowl, eggs, vegetarian meat substitutes, pasta or a
∗ The entrees must be heated by means of baking, roasting, broiling, or grilling, and
must require the use of a dining implement to eat.
∗ One of the five entrees may consist of a deep fried item or pizza
∗ The food items necessary to prepare the complete meals must be kept on the
premises and must be edible.
Provide complete meals at least five hours per day between 11 a.m. and 11 p.m., at least five
days per week, plus any other day liquor is sold or served.
If the premises are 100% dedicated dining area (no lounge or game rooms), complete meal
service must be available at all times liquor is available for sale, service, and consumption.
The hours of complete meal service must be conspicuously posted on the premises or listed
on the menu.
A chef or cook must be on duty during complete meal hours. This person must be primarily
responsible for the preparation of meals with the kitchen being his/her principal work station
(any additional duties must be incidental).
Outside the hours complete meals are served, maintain minimum food service any time liquor
is sold or served:
∗ This minimum food service must include sandwiches and/or short orders such as deep
fried foods, hors d’oeuvres, soup or chili.
∗ Snacks such as peanuts, popcorn or chips do not meet this requirement.
∗ Notice of the availability of this minimum food service must be conspicuously posted or
listed on the menu.
Maintain kitchen equipment necessary to support the required complete meals.
I certify by my signature below that I meet the above requirements.
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