Three days left to bid on the Type 47 liquor license in ALCO

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(ALAMEDA COUNTY, Calif.) Interested parties have just over three days left to place a bid on the Type 47 liquor license for a restaurant in Alameda County.

The license is transferable as a Type 48 and applicable for any bar, restaurant, tavern or nightclub in the county. It allows for the on-site sale and consumption of beer, wine and distilled spirits.

There have been zero bids on the license thus far.

To make an offer, or for more information about licensing fees, click here.

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