It may soon become a little easier to wet your whistle on Stittsville Main Street.
Quitters has applied to the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario to be permitted to serve liquor outside on their patio — and The Jack Ketch will soon do the same.
“We are in the midst of applying for a liquor license for our hopefully soon to be fully independent patio, which will feature wine, cocktails, craft beer and a barbecue-centric menu,” confirmed Jack Ketch owners Kevin Conway and Alli Pearce in an email to StittsvilleCentral.ca.
Quitters and The Jack Ketch are already licensed to serve indoors — Quitters also has a temporary licence for their patio.
As Quitters has already filed, their application is posted publicly and members of the public may file an objection before July 10. Objections can be filed on the AGCO’s website by searching for application file number “205442.”
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