Brown Thomas restaurant granted full pub licence
Circuit Licensing Court grants order to serve wine and spirits
Brown Thomas has been granted a licence to add beers and spirits to the menu of its third floor restaurant.
The restaurant, which has had a wine license for the last forty years, recently added a new kitchen, refrigerated storage areas, and staff facilities.
Constance Cassidy SC, acting for Brown Thomas, said that the necessary refurbishments had been made, in line with guidelines set out.
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