Draft Objections for Liquor Licence Applications - Vinosity (27 Boxes) & Karaoke Kong (7th Street)

Dear Melville Community, Further to the earlier advice of the two liquor licence applications in Melville, see the draft objections of the MRA for information. Objection: Karaoke Kong Draft Objection: Vinosity Draft If you would like to lodge your own objections, please ensure you email a copy to the respective applicants’ agents as follows: Vinosity at 27 Boxes: Dynamic Consultants – az.oc.qilcimanydnull@aluap Karaoke Kong in 7th Street: The Liquor Buzniz […]

 

Liquor License Applications - Vinosity (27 Boxes) & Karaoke Kong (7th Street)

Dear Melville Community, As per the post on our website, two intentions to apply for liquor licenses were advertised for February 2021; these were for a restaurant license and a special online liquor store license. At the time, despite communicating with the Gauteng Liquor Board, they were unable to provide the liquor applications due to Covid exposure at their offices. We have managed to obtain copies this week and are […]

 

Liquor License Applications for February 2021

Please be advised that two intentions to apply for liquor licenses in the Melville area were advertised for February 2021.   These were for a restaurant license and a special online liquor store license.   The location of the proposed restaurant is in 7th street, but the name does not sound like a restaurant in the sense we know it (Karaoke Kong), while the online liquor store is at 27 […]

 

Liquor License Application: Urbanite Liquor Sales

Please be advised that another application for a liquor license in the Melville area was lodged with the Gauteng Liquor Board.   This is for a liquor store at 27 Boxes, 4th Avenue, Urbanite Distillery – Urbanite Liquor Sales – Application GLB 7000013583   The location of the proposed venue is in 27 Boxes as indicated, though in some parts of the application it is indicated that it will be an […]

 

Liquor License Applications for November 2020

Please be advised that three intentions to apply for liquor licenses in the Melville area were advertised for November 2020.   These were for a restaurant licence and two pub licences.   The location of the proposed restaurant is at 27 Boxes and the pub licences in 4th Avenue (corner of Main Road).  The lease agreement for 27 Boxes we had sight of some time ago, does not allow the […]

 

Liquor Licence Application: Stringer Bell Restaurant

Please note that an application for a liquor license in the Melville area was lodged with the Gauteng Liquor Board. This is for a restaurant at Shop No. 3. Melville Court, 6 Main Road around the corner of 2nd Avenue, Stringer Bell Restaurant– Application GLB 7000012633 Stringer Bell Application   The location of the proposed venue is in the noisy, busy Main Road.  Those of you who live in this […]

 

Liquor Licence Application: Brazenhead Melville

Please be advised that another application for a liquor licence in the Melville area was lodged with the Gauteng Liquor Board. This is for a restaurant (possibly a pub) on the corner of 4th Avenue and Main Road, Brazenhead Melville – Application GLB 7000011421 Brazenhead Liquor Licence Application The location of the proposed venue is in the already noisy Main Road.  Those of you who live in that area will […]

 

Liquor Licence Application: The Whippet (Corner 3rd Avenue & 7th Street)

Please be advised that another application for a liquor licence in the Melville area was lodged with the Gauteng Liquor Board. This is for a restaurant (possibly coffee shop) on the corner of 3rd Avenue and 7th Street, The Whippet – Application GLB 7000011099 Whippet Liquor License Application The applicant for this liquor licence has a similar operation in Linden. To date the MRA has not been approached by the […]

 

Clarity around new liquor applications: Ba-Pita & La Petit Maison

The Melville Residents Association (MRA) has never been against new quality establishments opening in Melville, and have not questioned the quality of the establishments opening on the corner of 1st Ave and 7th street. We have worked with many of the new establishments (Peron, La Stala, Pablo Eggs-go-bar etc) in their liquor applications. Our biggest concern in this instance has been the process that was run where the owners’ lawyers […]

 

UPDATE re Liquor Licences: BaPita and La Petite Maison (corner of 1st Ave and 7th St)

You will recall that the MRA was advised by the Gauteng Liquor Board (GLB) that they will not be scheduling a hearing to afford residents an opportunity to voice their concerns and request certain conditions (that the applicants agreed to in principle) be incorporated into the licences. September 2018 – Update on Liquor Licence Applications: BaPita and La Petit Maison August 2018 – New establishments in Melville move ahead with […]