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Tacos Tequila loses liquor license, plans for renewal

DILLON — Dillon restaurant Tacos Tequila recently had its liquor license revoked. According to restaurant manager Manuel Gomez, this was due to the fact that the previous owner’s name was registered on the liquor license and was not updated with the name of the current owner. The restaurant has now applied to renew its liquor license.

Gomez said Tacos Tequila has a meeting with the town and hopes the issue will be resolved in the next few weeks. The restaurant is still open but is not serving alcohol.


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