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Omaha World Herald

Nebraska restaurants can now offer carry-out alcohol permanently under a new state law inspired by Gov. Pete Ricketts’ efforts to help struggling businesses during the pandemic. Ricketts announced that he signed the measure into law. It went into effect immediately. The governor issued an executive order to allow carry-out alcohol in March 2020 to aid restaurants that were struggling financially because of the pandemic and mandatory social distancing restrictions. The order proved popular with the public, and some restaurants reported that it had helped their sales.

Citation for Alamo Drafthouse La Vista

Feb 19, 2020

The Nebraska Liquor Control Commission is citing a La Vista movie theater for an incident where two customers and a worker were mistakenly served cocktails with cleaning solution.  Alamo Drafthouse will be called to appear before the commission on March 10th, and the business could have its liquor license suspended, cancelled or revoked.  Special conditions could be placed on the license as well.  Two customers and an employee were sickened on January 28th after being accidentally served cleaning solution instead of alcohol.