Restauranteurs in Ocean City seeking a voter referendum to allow for patrons to bring beer and wine to dinner have submitted their petitions to city officials,
A bid to allow patrons of Ocean City restaurants to bring their own beer and wine to the table has sparked a bitter debate in the Jersey shore town. At issue is whether to allow residents to vote on the idea in November.
The talk of allowing restaurant patrons to bring wine or beer with them for dinner is nothing new; however, circulating petitions to get it on the ballot is.
Ocean City is probably the most well-known dry town in the Philadelphia area, but by this time next year, a group of restaurant owners are hoping their customers will be able to have a drink with dinner.
Josh Lawler is the chef and owner of The Farm and The Fisherman.
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Want a little wine with dinner? People can’t do that in an Ocean City restaurant although there’s a move that could change that. The town has been legally dry since it’s inception […]