A diner in Gross Pointe, Michigan, has been granted a liquor business license after city officials spent a long time deliberating the permit. The Grosse Pointe Patch reported that Side Street Diner and Green Zone Pizza had applied for liquor licenses but the city council decided to hold a special meeting to consider the matter as it could grant the only remaining quota license in the city. According to the news provider, the city has just four quota licenses, three of which have already been allocated. Applying within 48 hours of each other, both appealing businesses had to argue their case for the coveted fourth license. Residents were largely in support of Side Street Diner and councilman Chris Walsh commented, cited by the Patch, "One problem with Green Zone is it's a business in concept, but not in reality." Meanwhile, Walsh said the diner is "a business that is up and running with customers." Co-owners Sheila Taylor and Meghan Spicer explained that after investing in the business, they wanted to expand it beyond being an early bird destination by serving alcohol.
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