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Richmond businesses ask to serve alcohol until 2 a.m.

A new indoor golf centre, with seven simulators, is being planned on No. 3 Road.
Remix Restaurant and Bar
Remix Restaurant and Bar in Richmond has LED displays and screens showing moving images.

Two Richmond businesses want to serve alcohol until 2 a.m.

A new indoor golf facility on No. 3 Road and Remix Restaurant are both asking city council to approve these extended liquor licences.

Birdie Indoor Golf Centre, a new indoor golf facility on No. 3 Road just south of Cambie Road, wants to have a liquor licence to allow their customers to have "light meals and beverages" while practicing their swing.

The facility is planning to have seven golf simulators and a full-time golf instructor for private lessons. Operating hours are proposed from 9 a.m. to 2 a.m. with a maximum capacity of 53 people.

They expect tourists, businesses and Richmond residents to be their customers, the report notes.

In the meantime, Remix Restaurant and Bar in the Capstan area wants to extend its liquor licence from midnight to 2 a.m.

It’s not, however, seeking to increase it maximum capacity, which is currently 149 people at a time.

Remix is on Capstan Way close to Hazelbridge Way.

The two liquor licence issues will be dealt with at Monday’s committee meeting.

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