CHEYENNE, Wyo. — After a brief public hearing Monday, July 25, the Cheyenne City Council sent a local restaurant’s liquor license application to the city’s Finance Committee.
The application was submitted by Los Aquacates Inc., doing business as Tres Amigos Family Mexican Restaurant, at 1802 Dell Range Blvd., Suite 2.
Mayor Patrick Collins opened the public hearing shortly after the council convened Monday evening, and while he welcomed comments from the public, no one approached the podium to speak. Aside from Ward I Councilmember Scott Roybal complimenting City Clerk Kris Jones for improving on her Spanish pronunciation, the council also had no comment on the license application.
The restaurant liquor license sought would be the city’s 26th, according to the application included in the council packet. Per state law, alcohol sales cannot exceed 40% of gross sales with a restaurant liquor license. The cost of the permit with the City of Cheyenne is $1,050 per year.
The Finance Committee will review the application and make a recommendation to the council on whether to approve the license at a future meeting.