Route 19 Giant Eagle Express Applies for Liquor License

The retail outlet is planned for a location on Route 19 and Circle Drive.

Peters Township Council received a letter from the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board Bureau of Licensing Director advising that the planned Giant Eagle Express on Route 19 has applied for a liquor license. 

The retail outlet will have a 24-hours-a-day gas station, car wash, grocery department and cafe with prepared foods. 

Construction has not yet started at the location on Route 19 and Circle Drive. According to plans, the former Charapp Ford South building—most recently occupied by SP Floors—will be demolished and Circle Drive—partially located in Upper St. Clair—will be modified for a left turn lane.

Roger September 26, 2012 at 10:47 AM
Are there specifics on how the license is used? Does it include selling beer off the shelves? Does it include selling drinks by the glass, as in a restaurant or bar? Or, does a liquor license not impose any restrictions on how it is used? In other words, what can we expect to see at this new facility?
Roger September 27, 2012 at 11:34 AM
Nobody with an answer? Surely somebody in Patch-land knows how these licenses work.
George Bassett October 17, 2012 at 02:33 PM
Giant Eagle applied Roger. They sell 6 packs now, They will sell them there too. Just go to the Giant eagle in mcmurray. Will be the same thing.
Roger October 18, 2012 at 12:37 AM
Thanks for the reply, George.


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