Bellevue Eateries Push For Alcohol Sales

BELLEVUE (NewsRadio 1020 KDKA) — One of only a handful of dry communities in our region, Bellevue, may see the possibility of alcohol sales come to a vote.  Bellevue Vivo Restaurant owner Sam DiBattista says he thinks it could help business in the Bellevue community.  Sam talked with KDKA’s Mike Pintek.

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  1. Ryan says:

    Dry communities are a thing of the past. Let it go, Bellevue.

  2. whatgoesaround says:

    u can walk 2 steps past bellevue into avalon and there’s beer stores and bars. what’s the difference.

    1. Marie says:

      The difference is that Bellevue is hoping to create enough of a buzz that entrepreneurs don’t bypass our town and look elsewhere to establish their businesses… Avalon has dive bars (which is not what bellevue is looking to do), Bellevues vote is for licenses to be made available for restaurants only. Bellevue is falling behind the times, and potential businesses & potential home buyers are noticing…If a town doesn’t offer enough local entertainment, these people will look somewhere to spend their money.

  3. Bird Man Daddy says:

    BEEEEEEEERRRSSSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. Christopher Reeves says:

    Beers within walking distance!!!!

  5. Big Skitch Baby says:

    BEEEERS IN BELLLLLEVUEEEE!!!

  6. Farley says:

    LET BELLEVUE HAVE BEERS OR I WILL SPRAY YOU WITH AN ASS BLAST!

  7. I feel like we start to feel that Issauqah, Bellevue real estate at the bottom especially between houseand condos in $150,000 and $300,000 price range. Any thoughts?

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