To sell beer and wine in the City of Los Angeles, restaurants must obtain a Conditional Use Alcoholic Beverage (CUB) permit from the City of Los Angeles Department of City Planning, and a Type 41 liquor license from California's Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC). Both departments are independent of one another, and the application processes are entirely different.
It can be a daunting, confusing, and time-intensive journey if you've never applied for a liquor license before.
We developed this program to walk you through how to put together complete, accurate applications that have the best chance of getting reviewed and approved quickly.
You'll receive step-by-step instruction on how to fill out all required application forms, along with a list of documents needed and other valuable materials.