Liquor License Granted for New Baltimore Restaurant

The former Anchor Bay Pharmacy is undergoing transformation in downtown New Baltimore.

Plans for a new restaurant and bar in downtown New Baltimore moved forward Monday night.

Matthew Cipriano, who bought the former Anchor Bay Pharmacy, was granted a Class C Liquor License by city council for the building on Washington Street. 

Cipriano is transforming the two-story structure into a restaurant, bar and nightclub, according to the license paperwork submitted to the city.

Construction is expected to be complete this June on the unnamed business, the paperwork states.

Gillian February 27, 2013 at 03:41 PM
Hopefully the city charged a fee for that license. If this new restaurant decides to leave New Baltimore, they now own the liquir license that was ours.


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