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American Provisions granted license to sell beer, wine

Posted by Patrick Rosso  November 29, 2012 03:19 PM

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The location of the American Provisions.


American Provisions, a high-end meat and cheese store in South Boston, on Thursday was granted a license to sell beer and wine.

The license allows the store, at 613 East Broadway, to sell wine, beer, and malt beverages seven days a week.

Owned by Andy Fadous and Matt Thayer, the store opened in December 2010.

At the establishment’s hearing before the Boston Licensing Board on Wednesday, a number of residents and community members voiced opposition and support for the request

To read more about the hearing, click here.

The store plans to dedicate approximately 15 percent of its 1,000-square-foot location to coolers and a mix of “craft” and “small-batch” wine and beers, an attorney for the owners said at the hearing.

A separate license request was also approved Thursday for the Urban Art Bar located at 163 Old Colony Ave.

The license, which is being bought by the art studio from Dorchester's Avenue Grille, allows the establishment to serve wine, beer, and liqueurs to its patrons who sign up for group art lessons and private classes.

The latest the studio is open is midnight.

To read more about the studio’s Wednesday hearing before the board, click here.


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The location of the Urban Art Bar.

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