Three businesses, including one under construction, received permits for alcohol sales at the Kosciusko County Alcohol and Tobacco Commission meeting Thursday afternoon at the county courthouse in Warsaw.

Plans are in place to build a bar at North Pointe Cinemas, 1060 Mariners Drive, Warsaw, to serve wine. Customers who want to buy wine will have to wear a special wristband, and no alcohol sales will take place before 6 p.m. in G or PG-rated movies.

Final approval is pending as a floor plan and final inspection will need to be done.

The new Texas Roadhouse, under construction at 540 W. CR 300N, Warsaw, will receive a license transfer. Once completed, it will be the 11th such restaurant in the state. A final inspection will be conducted upon completion of construction.

Board and Brush Warsaw, 210 S. Buffalo St., received an alcoholic beverage permit. The business hosts woodworking craft classes and other private events, and local owners Sarah Jones and Sarah Trout want to serve wine at the location. The business is not yet open.

Other permits renewed were:





• Alibi Bar and Grill, 1360 W. Center St., Warsaw; beer, wine and liquor; restaurant.

• Bar 13, 131 N. First St., Pierceton;  beer, wine and liquor; restaurant.

• Bar B-Q Bar LLC, doing business as Peterson’s Fish, 1009 S. Huntington St., Syracuse; beer, wine and liquor; restaurant.

• Boathouse Restaurant, 700 Park Ave., Winona Lake; beer, wine and liquor; restaurant.

• Bulldog Saloon, Mentone; beer and wine retailer; restaurant.

• Cam-May and Associated, doing business as The Old Depot, 115 E. Market St., Pierceton; beer, wine and liquor; restaurant.

• Freeland Enterprises, doing business as Pizza Hut, 3314 Lake City Highway, Warsaw; beer, wine and liquor; restaurant.

• McClure Oil, 311 S. Huntington St., Syracuse; beer and wine retailer; grocery.

• Spike’s Beach Grill, 310 Eastlake Drive, Warsaw; beer, wine and liquor; restaurant.

The next Alcohol and Tobacco Commission meeting will be at 1 p.m. Oct. 4 at the Kosciusko County Courthouse.