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Henderson Joins Las Vegas, Now Allowing Restaurants to Sell Liquor With Takeout Food

Henderson restaurants can start selling liquor immediately

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First Las Vegas, and now Henderson decided to allow restaurants to sell liquor with their curbside pickup orders of food. Starting on Thursday, March 26, and through the next 30 days while nonessential businesses remain closed, any restaurant with a liquor license in Henderson can offer alcoholic beverages with food sales.

But unlike Las Vegas, Henderson restaurants don’t need to pay a $100 fee to start serving. The City of Henderson sent an email to restaurants, telling them they could start selling liquor by responding to the email.

The City of Las Vegas unveiled its new program on Thursday as well, but restaurants there can sell sealed bottles of wine, beer, or liquor, depending on the type of alcohol license the restaurant has.

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