Leisure district nearer to coming to Mountain Brook space

Entertainment district closer to the Mountain Brook area

Under Alabama law, the entertainment district’s designation allows participating businesses with alcohol permits to sell alcohol to be consumed within the district’s boundaries and during its off-site hours.

Updated: 8:37 p.m. CDT April 11, 2021

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THEIR CUSTOMERS. MOUNTAIN BROOK CRESTLINE AND THE ENGLISH VILLAGES ARE ALL INCLUDED IN ONE BILL THAT WOULD MAKE YOU ENTERTAINMENT AREAS. SO IT ALLOWS YOU TO EXPERIENCE THIS MORE FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT. WITHIN THESE VILLAGES, MOUNTAIN BROOK MAYOR STEWART SAYS UNDER ALABAMA LAWS THAT THE ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT NAME ENABLES COMPANIES WITH LIQUID LICENSES AND ALLOWS THE ALCOHOL TO SELL THE ALCOHOL IN THE BTW. We think it will be very good for our company. IT WILL ATTRACT MORE PEOPLE. WE HAVE SEEN ENTERTAINMENT AREAS AND OTHER AREAS AROUND BIRMINGHAM AND THEY REALLY LIGHTED THESE AREAS TO MANY PEOPLE. I spoke to someone who refused to speak on a camera. I say it’s time to get into the mountain stream area for something like this. THEY ALSO ADDED SHOPS, YOU CAN BENEFIT FROM THIS PEOPLE IF, AS YOU KNOW, THE RESIDENTS WE TALKED TO ARE VERY EXCITING ABOUT IT. I think companies are very excited about this. It’ll be a big shot in the arm. We spent the last year under COVID EVERYTHING. EVERYTHING STARTS TO OPEN SECURELY. IS JUST A PERFECT ADDITION THAT THE BILL HAS PASSED A LOCAL LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE AND THE ALABAMA STATE HOUSE WITHOUT ANY OPPOSITE, IT NOW MOVES INTO THE SENATE IN WHICH IS EXPECTED

Entertainment district closer to the Mountain Brook area

Under Alabama law, the entertainment district’s designation allows participating businesses with alcohol permits to sell alcohol to be consumed within the district’s boundaries and during its off-site hours.

Updated: 8:37 p.m. CDT April 11, 2021

Under Alabama law, the entertainment district’s designation allows participating businesses with alcohol permits to sell alcohol to be consumed within the district’s boundaries and during its off-site hours. Find out more in the video above.

Under Alabama law, the entertainment district’s designation allows participating businesses with alcohol permits to sell alcohol to be consumed within the district’s boundaries and during its off-site hours. Find out more in the video above.