Huxtaburger, Redfern

Back Schwartz Vaughan congratulates Huxtaburger Redfern on its recently granted On-Premises Restaurant Licence, approved by the NSW Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority on 4 September 2018.  Said to have “initiated Melbourne’s burger Renaissance”, Huxtaburger’s influence has been revolutionary and has blazed a trail in Australia’s contemporary burger industry. Now residing in Redfern, Huxtaburger will accommodate . . . → Read More: Huxtaburger, Redfern

Safya, Byron Bay

BSV is pleased to advise of the NSW Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority’s decision to grant an On-Premises (Restaurant) Licence to Safya in Byron Bay. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Safya is a destination held close to local hearts. Safya is known for its Mediterranean, Middle Eastern and Egyptian inspired cuisine that excites the . . . → Read More: Safya, Byron Bay

Queanbeyan Racing Club, Queanbeyan

BSV wishes to congratulate the Queanbeyan Racing Club on its recently approved liquor licence transfer application. After communications with Queanbeyan Racing Club’s licensee, Mr Brendan Comyn, the team at Back Schwartz Vaughan worked with Liquor & Gaming NSW in securing the approval of the Liquor Licence transfer, enabling the Club to better accommodate the wishes . . . → Read More: Queanbeyan Racing Club, Queanbeyan

Pieroth Wines, Lane Cove

The team at Back Schwartz Vaughan congratulates Pieroth Wines on the successful removal of a packaged liquor licence (PLL) and a producer wholesale licence in Lane Cove West. For over four decades, Pieroth Wines has been a favourite for many Australians, who have been gifted with the many products of the Pieroth business – their . . . → Read More: Pieroth Wines, Lane Cove

Ribs & Burgers, Charlestown

“Mouth-watering ribs, succulent steaks and burgers from heaven!”

Ribs & Burgers, Charlestown has had its applications for a Liquor Licence Transfer and Change of Licence Name approved by Liquor & Gaming NSW! Therefore, in addition to your favourite meal of choice you will now be permitted to indulge in alcoholic refreshments at their new Charlestown . . . → Read More: Ribs & Burgers, Charlestown

Gami Chicken, Castle Hill

Congratulations to the staff at Gami Chicken, Castle Hill, on their recently approved Liquor Licence transfer application! Approved by Liquor & Gaming NSW on 3 July 2018, the transfer permits Gami Chicken to use the on-premises licence attached to the restaurant for the sale of a range of alcoholic refreshments. For over a decade, the . . . → Read More: Gami Chicken, Castle Hill

The Pacific Club Bondi Beach Bistro & Beach Club, Bondi Beach

Bondi Beach, arguably one of Australia’s most iconic and “happening” locations now boasts the presence of ‘The Pacific Club Bondi Beach Bistro & Beach Club’, a newly established restaurant that is sure to gauge the attention and excite the senses of all its guests. BSV is proud to have worked with The Pacific Club tailoring . . . → Read More: The Pacific Club Bondi Beach Bistro & Beach Club, Bondi Beach

BWS – Beer Wine Spirits, Wadalba

BSV is pleased to have worked once again with the Endeavour Drinks Group and the Woolworths Group Limited, this time removing their packaged liquor licence (PLL) in Wyong to Wadalba, permitting the newly constructed Wadalba Woolworths/BWS complex to provide liquor to its numerous local and visiting customers. Trade commenced at the new Wadalba BWS store . . . → Read More: BWS – Beer Wine Spirits, Wadalba

Brandlink, Erskine Park

We are pleased to advise of the NSW Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority’s decision to grant a Packaged Liquor Licence (PLL) to Brandlink, Erskine Park. With the assistance of the experienced team at Back Schwartz Vaughan, Brandlink’s capacity for first-class customer service has been enhanced, as they are now permitted to sell and distribute packaged . . . → Read More: Brandlink, Erskine Park

NSW Registered Clubs and full Hotel Licences – Gaming and the Local Impact Assessment Scheme

Clubs and hotels are subject to an individual threshold on how many gaming machines they can lawfully operate pursuant to either gaming machine entitlements (GMEs) or, in the case of a hotel, GMEs and/or poker machine permits (PMPs). This is commonly referred to as their Gaming Machine Threshold (GMT) against which they can buy or . . . → Read More: NSW Registered Clubs and full Hotel Licences – Gaming and the Local Impact Assessment Scheme