The Township Council passed a resolution allowing the liquor license issued to Llewellyn Tavern to be renewed for the term of July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015.
All retail licenses are renewed for one year beginning July 1 and expiring on June 30.
Micahel Halfacre, Director of the Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control authorized the renewal in a Special Ruling dated August 4, 2014, because the license is in an “inactive” status.
Llewellyn Tavern had to pay the required renewal fee of $2,400.00. They are the property owners of the building, on the corner of Route 10 and Littleton Road (Route 202). Zinburger will be leasing the building and will be purchasing the license from Llewellyn Tavern for use on the premises.
It was reported in Parsippany Focus that Zinburger recently leased the building at the corner of Route 10 and Route 202 (Littleton Road), which was previously the site of Chevys Tex Mex.
Zinburger features a full bar with cocktails, 18 wines by glass, and 17 localized beer selections with 8 of these on tap.
An inactive license is a license that is not currently open and operating in a licensed premises. Whenever a licensed business closes and the license continues to be held by the licensee of record , the licensee must place the license in “inactive status.” A licensee must submit to the Township Clerk within ten (10) days of the license becoming inactive.
N.J.A.C. 13:2-1 .7 must reflect the last date on which the license was actively used (the “date of inactivity”). The licensee must surrender the license certificate to the Municipal Clerk of the Township of Parsippany-Troy Hills, and the clerk must maintain it as part of the municipal file until the license has been reactivated.
Ruby Tuesdays, Amiya and Parsippany Restaurant, LLC (Houilhans) also owns an inactive liquor license in the Township of Parsippany-Troy Hills.