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    What is the laws regarding open carry and establishments that serve alcohol? Its illegal in establishments that are a class a correct?

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    941.237, Class B except with permission of the owner for limited duration.

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    so this would include Texas Roadhouse, Applebees etc?

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    Yes.



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    Dustiniac wrote:
    so this would include Texas Roadhouse, Applebees etc?
    Unless they give permission. IE ask the manager.
    What part of "shall not be infringed" don't you understand?

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    Dustiniac wrote:
    so this would include Texas Roadhouse, Applebees etc?
    Yes sir. If they sell alcohol for consumption on the premises, they have a class B. So, as MDH said, you would need permession from the owner. (I have heard managers can aslo give permission. Someone should be able to clear that up for both of us.) In the first post, youasked if a place with aclass alicense was off limits,it is not.

    The below information is from http://www.revenue.wi.gov/faqs/ise/atlicns.html
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    Class "A" fermented malt beverage licenses allow retail sale of fermented malt beverages (beer) for consumption off the premises. Examples: grocery or convenience stores.
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    "Class A" liquor licenses allow retail sale of intoxicating liquor (including wine) for consumption off the premises. Examples: liquor stores or grocery stores with full liquor sales sections.
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    I guess I took a bit longer typing that than I thought.
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    Mlutz wrote:
    (I have heard managers can aslo give permission. Someone should be able to clear that up for both of us.)
    premises for which a Class “B” or “Class B” license or permit has
    been issued under ch. 125 is guilty of a Class A misdemeanor.
    (3) Subsection (2) does not apply to any of the following:

    (g) The possession or use of a handgun on the premises if
    authorized for a specific event of limited duration by the owner or
    manager of the premises who is issued the Class “B” or “Class B”
    license or permit under ch. 125 for the premises.

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    Well. I have been OC in a restuarant that holds a Class B license for several months now. No prior verbal consent. I just realized the last time I was there that the do infact sell bottled beer. The host has seen my sidearm several times and every wait staff looks at it as well, along with numerous customers.

    The question is, do I stop now?

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