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FAFO Restaurant Group seeks liquor license for Dog Haus Biergarten reopening

The City Council's consent agenda includes approving a liquor license for Dog Haus Biergarten, and the council is meeting now at City Hall.

Dog Haus Biergarten (Google Maps)

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The Dog Haus Biergarten is on its way back.

The restaurant, known in Cheyenne for its hot dogs and burgers on King’s Hawaiian rolls, closed its doors at 3838 Atkin St. on March 5, but new owners have bought the franchise and are seeking a liquor license from the City of Cheyenne.

In a letter to the mayor and City Council, FAFO Restaurant Group LLC said it secured the franchise after the previous owner abandoned it and closed the doors. The group now seeks a bar and grill liquor license from the City Council, which will appear on the council’s consent agenda.

The council is meeting now at City Hall, 2101 O’Neil Ave. Meetings are livestreamed on the city’s Facebook, Twitter and YouTube pages.

“We are excited and looking forward to reopening this unique dining experience to the community,” the group owners wrote in the letter. “The Dog Haus Biergarten is an important addition to our community, as it provides a one-of-a-kind dining experience that is not currently available in the area. With our team’s passion for the community and our commitment to being involved in local events and fundraising initiatives, we believe that the Dog Haus Biergarten can become an integral part of the Cheyenne community.”

The application and resolution are attached below: