314-02-033 - Do spirits, beer, and wine restaurants that exclude minors from the premises have to put demarcations around their dedicated dining area(s)?

314-02-033. Do spirits, beer, and wine restaurants that exclude minors from the premises have to put demarcations around their dedicated dining area(s)?

Spirits, beer, and wine restaurant licensees who exclude minors from the entire premises at all times are only required to place demarcations described in WAC 314-02-025 around dedicated dining areas for the purpose of paying the lower annual license fee (fifty percent to ninety-nine percent dedicated dining area). Restaurants that do not allow minors at any time and do not wish to have demarcations around their dining area(s) must pay the higher annual license fee (less than fifty percent dedicated dining area). (See WAC 314-02-020 for an explanation of fees.)

(Amended by WSR 20-03-180, Filed 1/22/2020, effective 2/22/2020)

Statutory Authority: RCW 66.08.030 and 66.24.363. 11-01-133, § 314-02-033, filed 12/21/10, effective 1/21/11. Statutory Authority: RCW 66.04.010, 66.08.030, 66.24.410, 66.44.310, and 66.44.420. 05-22-022, § 314-02-033, filed 10/24/05, effective 11/24/05.

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