By Liz Shepherd
WARSAW — The Kosciusko County Alcohol and Tobacco Commission approved a wine retailer permit for Ledgeview Brewing Company in Warsaw during a virtual meeting on Thursday, Feb. 4.
Abigail McLaren, one of the business’s owners, said a wine permit was sought so the restaurant and brewery can offer wine to patrons who don’t enjoy beer.
The business opened on Dec. 9, at 975 Warren St., at the old site of OrthoCity Brewery.
McLaren said they hope to be able to sell beer and wine by mid-March.
A transfer of ownership for a beverage permit at the former South Shore Golf Course in Syracuse was also approved. Jeff Dyson and Nathan Scherer, business partners, currently own the clubhouse, cart barn and pavilion on the property.
“The intent is to keep nine holes of the golf course and include that in the floor plans of our overall scope,” said Dyson. “We purchased the restaurant building from Dennis and Tim Polk. Our vision is to reopen the restaurant by finding a restaurant to come in and rent out the facility. We’re still in the process of securing a tenant.”
The following permits were renewed:
- El Arriero #2 Inc., doing business as El Arriero, 819 N. Detroit St., Warsaw. Beer, wine and liquor – restaurant.
- Little Tomato Inc., doing business as Westmain Tavern, 201 W. Main St., Syracuse. Beer, wine and liquor – riverfront.
- Saint Regis Club LLC, doing business as Oak & Alley, 2308 E. Center St., Warsaw. Beer, wine and liquor – restaurant.
The board’s next meeting will be held virtually at 1 p.m. Thursday, March 4.