More changes to MoCo liquor laws?
Wine enthusiasts might be able to bring a bottle of their favorite Bordeaux to their neighborhood bistro if BYOB legislation makes it to the state legislature this spring, the Gazette reports.
The proposal by Del. Brian J. Feldman (D-Montgomery) is modeled after a similar law in Washington, D.C., that Feldman says is stealing customers from Montgomery County restaurants. The BYOB proposal is one of several changes lawmakers are seeking to county liquor laws, among the most stringent in the country.
Feldman said he developed the legislation after restaurant owners told him they thought they were losing customers to the District and its BYOB laws. However, not all restaurateurs agree.
Read about Feldman's BYOB proposal in the Gazette.
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