KOSCIUSKO COUNTY — Two Syracuse businesses each received a new alcohol license issued by the Alcoholic Beverage Board on Jan. 5.
Freeland Enterprises, Inc. operating as Pizza Hut, 1112 S. Huntington St., Syracuse was granted a wine only permit. The facility was previously a food carry-out only restaurant, but has recently been reestablished. Area Coach Bill Miller, General Manager Steve Taylor and Chief Operating Officer Todd Hollman were present to make the request. The gentlemen told the board that the facility is currently only applying for a wine license due to the lack of availability of a beer license. Once one becomes available the facility will be applying for one.
Dewart Lake Inn, LLC operating as Dewart Lake Inn, 9522 N. CR 300E, Syracuse, was approved for a beer, wine and liquor license. Attorney Steve Snyder, Manager Jody Batista and owner John Kozon were present for the request. The particular license is not on quota so the facility will have to maintain a certain level of food sales to maintain the liquor section of the license.
The facility is an old establishment that was previously purchased and remodeled by Kozon. Snyder stated that poor management lead them to close the facility. Several months ago the team decided to reopen the facility and bring in a new management team. The final inspection has not yet been completed.
The following businesses had their license renewed:
- United Oil Corporation operating as United Deli, 7487 E. Old Road 30, Pierceton, license for beer and wine.
- JHam Bar LLC operating as Lucky’s Tavern, 560 S. Main St., North Webster, license for beer, wine and liquor.
- JST Solutions LLC operating as One Ten – A Craft Meatery, 110 N. Buffalo St., Warsaw, license for beer, wine and liquor.
- J & W Feng, Inc. operating as The Great Wall, 2308 E. Center St., Warsaw, license for beer and wine.
In other business:
- Gordon Banator was reappointed president of the board.