Cubs Apply For Wrigley Plaza Liquor License, Saying They Can’t Wait

The Chicago Cubs applied for a city liquor license Thursday, blasting Ald. Tom Tunney (44th) for stalled negotiations over the Wrigley Field plaza ordinance.

Levy Restaurants, Wrigley Field’s concessionaire, filed for an outdoor patio liquor license, which would allow sales of beer, wine and mixed drinks on the plaza during and after games and events.

But the two-year license does not allow for live or recorded music or special events like the much-touted ice rink, family movie nights and farmers market, so the Cubs say they still want to work with Tunney on creating the ordinance.

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