Lake County Liquor License
Lake County is located in Orlando District, in the central region of Florida State. It is a county with a flourishing business environment and if you are thinking about opening a liquor selling establishment in Lake County, then we can help. Having vast experience in dealing with the Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco in Orlando District, we can help you get licensed faster and more easily than any other company in the field, allowing the time to focus on more important business strategies.
DIVISION OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES AND TOBACCO
BUREAU OF LICENSING
North Tower, Room 709
400 West Robinson Street
Orlando, FL 32801
Phone: (407) 245-0785
Fax: (407) 317-7289
With a population of almost 300,000 citizens, Lake County is a great choice for opening a restaurant, bar or hotel, any of which requires a liquor license in order to operate at its full capacity and generate profitable revenue. There are different licenses available in Lake County with separate annual fees, which you will find enclosed below:
Series Provisions Annual Fee
1APS Beer (Package Sales Only) $140.00
2APS Beer and Wine (Package Sales Only) $196.00
1COP Beer (Package and Consumption) $280.00
2COP Beer and Wine (Package and Consumption) $392.00
3PS Beer, Wine and Spirits (Package Sales Only) $1,365.00
4COP Beer, Wine and Spirits (Package and Consumption) $1,820.00
11C Beer, Wine and Spirits (Consumption Only) $400.00
All Transfers $100.00
New 1APS $100.00
New 2APS $100.00
New 1COP $100.00
New 2COP $100.00
New 3PS $341.25
New 4COP $455.00
New 11C $100.00
Lake County permits the issue of Special Hotel Licenses and Special Restaurant Licenses, also known as SRX licenses. However, special requirements are applicable in both cases. For special hotel licenses, establishments must have no less than 100 guestrooms and derive no less than 51% of the gross revenue from room rentals. These conditions are following the Florida Statute 561.20(2)(a)1, while special restaurant licenses are regulated by Florida Statute 561.20(2)(a) 4, which states that bona fide restaurants must have at least 2, 500 square feet of floor space, seat no less than 150 patrons and derive at least 51% of their gross revenue from the sale of non alcoholic beverages and food.
Liquor License FL also provides you with contact information for the appropriate departments, in order for you to have quick and easy access to useful addresses and phone numbers, although we can take care of everything for you, as far as licensing needs are concerned.
District Departments Contact Information
Lake County Zoning
315 W. Main Street
Clermont City Zoning
1 Westgate Pl. (downstairs)
Tavares City Zoning
201 E. Main St.
Lake Environmental Health
416 W. Main Street
Division of Hotels and Restaurants
400 W. Robinson St., Room 802
Orlando, FL 32801
In Lake County, the Department of Environmental Health must be contacted in the case of alcohol consumption on premises without food service, otherwise it is suffice to contact the Division of Hotels and Restaurants or the Department of Agriculture. However, if you want your liquor license application process to go smooth and without any delays, contact now one of our expert agents and we will be happy to help!