Osceola County Liquor License
Osceola County is one of the largest counties in Florida and offers great business opportunities to investors and entrepreneurs. If you want to open a liquor selling business in Osceola County, we can help you get licensed fast and easy. Part of the Orlando District in the State of Florida, Osceola County is regulated by the same alcoholic beverage sales laws as any other counties within the district, which means a permit from the Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco is needed in order to sell alcohol, whether package sale or consumption on premises.
We have vast experience in helping businesses get licensed all across Florida and we can help you too, whether you want to buy, sell or refinance your liquor license in Osceola County.
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
RETAIL LICENSES & FEE INFORMATION
There are several liquor licenses available in Osceola Counties and below you can check out their annual fees and provisions, in order to know what to expect cost wise:
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
Special Restaurant Licenses
Osceola County Licenses are given under the 69-793 Special Act which enables the issuing of permits to establishments where there is a bona fide restaurant that has at least 4,000 square feet in actual permanently covered floor space, a seating capacity of 200 patrons and more than half of the gross revenues coming as a consequence of the selling food or any type of non-alcoholic beverages.
Special Hotel licenses
Osceola County Licenses must be issued under the 69-793, Special Act, to the following establishments:
conditioned that they have no less than 75 rooms for guests and a percentage above 51 of gross revenues resulted from room renting.
DISTRICT DEPARTMENTS CONTACT INFORMATION
Osceola County Zoning
540 Patrick Street
Kissimmee, FL (407) 343-3400
Osceola Environmental Health
1875 Boggy Creek Rd.
Kissimmee, FL (407) 343-2070
Division of Hotels and Restaurants
400 W. Robinson St., Room 802
Orlando, FL 32801
Our liquor license experts can help you every step of the way, to ensure that you will receive your license in a very effective time frame and you avoid any unforeseen situations or problems that may cause delays and extra costs.