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Will Cheek Speaks to Nashville Business Journal about Liquor Licensing Laws in Tennessee

“The liquor license process is cumbersome,” said Bone McAllester Norton attorney Will Cheek, when interviewed by the Nashville Business Journal last week about why opening a restaurant in Tennessee can seem so cumbersome. The article outlined the process restaurants must take in order to serve alcohol and beer in the state. David Howard, president of Neighborhood Dining Group, was also included, talking about the challenges his company faced with the licensing process when opening Husk Restaurant.

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