BSV are pleased to have assisted the developer in obtaining an on-premises licence for each of shops 1, 2, 3 and 4 of 276 Devonshire Street, Surry Hills in preparation for new restaurants to open. Known for its vibrant array of restaurants and bars, this newest addition will contribute to the growing social and quality dining hub in Surry Hills.
BSV congratulates Ramen Zundo Sapporo on successfully acquiring their on-premises restaurant liquor licence to open the first ever ramen eatery specialising in a Sapporo style ramen in Sydney. The Nagao family behind Ramen Zundo already have a well-established reputation with over two decades of experience in the ramen business.
Back Schwartz Vaughan congratulates Proud Rooster for obtaining an on-premises (restaurant) licence for their restaurant in Maitland. This licence allows customers to add a tasty alcoholic beverage with their signature chicken, burgers and chips.
Back Schwartz Vaughan congratulates BWS – Beer, Wine, Spirits on their application for a packaged liquor Licence (PLL), which was recently approved by Liquor and Gaming. For Cameron Park locals, this approval will enhance their ease of convenience when selecting from BWS’ extensive range of Australian and internationally renowned products.
Back Schwartz Vaughan would like to congratulate The Bower at Byron Bay for successfully obtaining their on-premises licence. The Bower at Byron Bay flaunts several luxurious accommodation suites and accommodation packages
BSV is pleased to have assisted the owners of Coogee Wine Room to obtain an on-premises (restaurant & catering service) liquor licence from Liquor and Gaming NSW, which has also been endorsed with a Primary Service Authorisation.
BSV is happy to have once again assisted the much-loved Woolworths Fresh Food Dome/Home and Lifestyle Pavilion in acquiring their trade fair licence at the annual Sydney Royal Easter Show. A must visit for all ages, the licence permits customers that visit the pavilion to purchase and consume alcohol to complement their food choices.
Back Schwartz Vaughan are pleased to have assisted and advised the Tamir family in their purchase of Randwick Ritz and its liquor licence. Being one of the only two art deco cinemas still operating within Sydney, Randwick Ritz boasts of 6 cinema screens, with plans to add another three more screens to cater for a wider range of films, including mainstream movies but also more low-budget Australian films, documentaries, festival screenings and retro titles.
Congratulations to Harry’s Café De Wheels for acquiring an on-premises licence from the NSW Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority for their newly opened Darling Harbour location within the ICC Sydney precinct. Having operated for over 70 years, the café maintains its reputation of serving up fresh, traditional and tasty pies and hotdogs.
The team at Back Schwartz Vaughan would like to congratulate the Chat Thai group for obtaining an on-premises (restaurant) licence at their newly opened restaurant in Chatswood. This licence permits for consumers to wine and dine within the premises, heightening their overall experience of the delicious Thai cuisine.
BSV is excited to announce the much anticipated 6 Head 1788 restaurant has finally opened its doors to the public with some licensing advice from our team! Boasting iconic views of Sydney Harbour, 6 Head is proudly offering a variety of premium steaks and a selection of fine wine so good, it showcases six of the world’s best wine regions – Australia, New Zealand, France, Italy, South Africa and the United States.
The team at Back Schwartz Vaughan would like to congratulate The Spot, Liverpool for obtaining their new on-premises (restaurant) licence. Their licence now means their customers can enjoy a range of refreshing alcoholic beverages with their contemporary middle eastern inspired meals.
Back Schwartz Vaughan is excited to announce the successful application of El Camino Cantina, Manly for a primary service authorisation! The PSA means that you can now head to El Camino Cantina Manly for a Tequila with friends. But don’t miss their mouth-watering Mexican food!
Congratulations to Temakiya for acquiring their new on-premises (restaurant) licence! Temakiya is bringing fast, light and flavourful cuisine to Byron Bay’s Lawson street. The team at Temakiya are combining the fresh flavours of Japan with an exciting modern flair to create exciting and tasty fusion hand rolls with flavours such as popcorn shrimp, citrus salmon and spicy chicken.
BSV would like to congratulate Boon Café for obtaining their new on-premises (restaurant) licence from Liquor & Gaming NSW! This licence will allow diners to enjoy a glass of wine, or a refreshing beer with their meal, heightening the already fun and unique vibes Boon Café already gives off.
BSV welcomes the Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority’s decision in approving a packaged liquor licence for Miracle Supermarket located at Mandarin Centre in Chatswood. Having operated for many years and catering to the Chatswood community by way of Asian groceries and a variety of food, the licence
On 24 January 2019 Liquor & Gaming NSW released a statement regarding changes to the process of acquiring and operating Pop-Up Bars and Events in NSW. The changes will commence on 1 March 2019. These changes are part of the ‘Activate Sydney@Night’ program which offers $500,000 in funding for
On 23 February 2019 the NSW Minister for Racing, namely Paul Toole MP, announced changes to the licensing scheme for music festivals to be introduced on 1 March 2019. These changes respond to recent criticisms and discourse surrounding the tendency for casualties to occur at music festivals across the state.
Congratulations to the team at Salt and Palm, Glebe on their successful application for a Primary Service Authorisation (PSA), which has now been approved by the NSW Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority.
If an applicant before the NSW Independent Liquor & Gaming Authority (the Authority) is dissatisfied with the outcome of their application before the Authority, then in some circumstances the applicant can appeal that decision to the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NCAT).
Back Schwartz Vaughan is pleased to have worked once again with the Endeavour Drinks Group (EDG) and the Woolworths Group Limited (WGL), this time in relation to the removal of their existing packaged liquor licence (PLL) in Dee Why to the new Meriton (Lighthouse) Dee Why Town Centre development. As part of the removal application BSV also successfully obtained an extended trading authorisation to allow the PLL to be exercised from 8.00am on Sunday.