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Regal Tall City Stadium receives alcohol sale permit

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MIDLAND, TX (KWES) -

The Midland's Planning and Zoning Commission approved a permit request from Regal Tall City Stadium to sell alcoholic beverages Tuesday.

The new theater rules indicate one drink at a time, translucent cups and a larger menu.

This is the second time the company has made the permit to sell alcohol request. Back in 2016, the request was denied during a second reading from the Midland City Council.

Since then, the company made several changes to their proposal to appease those with issues from the 2016 proposal.

Some of those changes include: 

  • The venue would end alcohol sales at 11 p.m. rather than the 2 a.m. cutoff that was proposed the first time.
  • Customers would also be held to a one drink limit.
  • IThe movie theater would also expand its menu items to offer more substantial food such as burgers and hot dogs.

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