Liquor License Application: Misto

Hi Neighbors! We are beginning the implementation of notices of these sorts to our website to keep you informed and involved. Please submit comments both here if you wouldn’t mind, or directly to board@sunnysideneighborhood.com as well as to the person noted below.

I have received a liquor license application for a Restaurant in the SUNNYSIDE neighborhood area and would like to know if you are aware of any concerns.  MISTO, located at 3801 SE BELMONT ST, has applied under new ownership for a Full On premises and Off Premises sales license (which allows the sale of distilled spirits, malt beverages, wine and cider for consumption on the premises and beer/wine/cider to go in sealed containers).  The contact for this application is MICHAEL CHANG – (503) 679-4500.

Following is the information captured on the business information form:

Seating capacity –        35, Outside seating (30) until 10:00pm

Entertainment –           Recorded background music

Menu –                        Casual dining

Hours –                        Sunday 8:00am-8:00pm; Mon-Thurs 8:00am-10:00pm; Fri/Sat 8:00am-11:00pm

If you are aware of any existing problems or concerns at this location, please notify Theresa Marchetti (Theresa.Marchetti@ci.portland.or.us) or at (503) 823-3092, by NOVEMBER 5, 2010.   If you have concerns regarding this license, please list the concerns in writing and remember they must be related to crime, alcohol, alcohol related behavior or drugs.  Traffic, Parking and Trash are not considered during the licensing process at OLCC.  Please let Theresa Marchetti (contact info above) or me know if you have any questions.

Thanks,

Teresa A. Solano
Administrative Coordinator – Crime Prevention, Graffiti Abatement & Liquor Licensing

City of Portland – Office of Neighborhood Involvement
1221 SW 4th Avenue, Room 110
Portland, Oregon 97204

( Phone: (503) 823-4064
7 Fax: (503) 823-3050
* Email: Teresa.Solano@portlandoregon.gov
: Web: http://www.portlandonline.com/oni

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