Palm Beach County Liquor License
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License Fees – Palm Beach County
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
Special regulations apply for restaurants in Palm Beach. According to Florida Statute 561.20(2)(a)4, liquor licenses are issued to restaurants with minimum 2,500 square feet. The seating capacity should be of at least 150 seats and 51% of the gross revenue should come from selling non-alcoholic beverages and foods.
Hotels: Florida Statute 561.20(2)(a)4 says that licenses can be obtained by hotels with at least 100 rooms and 51% of the gross revenue originating from room rentals.
Special regulations apply for hotels and motels in historical districts in Palm Beach. The premises must be listed on the National Register of Historic Places pursuant to the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966; 26 USCs. 48(g)(3)(B); or any locally established historic board, commission, or like body. These provisions are given in the Florida Statute 561.20(2)(a)1 and apply for the establishments that meet the requirements listed above.
West Palm Beach
111 S. Sapodilla Avenue, Suite 111
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Phone: (561) 650-6872
Fax: (561) 650-6849
Department of Revenue
Palm Beach County
2468 Metro Center Blvd
W. Palm Beach, FL
Department Fee: $5.00
800 N. Clematis St.
W. Palm Beach, FL (561)837-5996 Department Fee: none
Town of Palm Beach
360 So County Road
Palm Beach, FL 33480
City of Palm Beach Gardens
10500 N. Military Trail
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Palm Beach County Zoning
2300 N. Jog Road
West Palm Beach, FL 33411-2741
Village of Royal Palm Beach
1050 Royal Palm Beach Blvd.
Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411