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Discussion: Edina Liquor Laws

In November, Minneapolis residents voted to repeal a local ordinance that required restaurants outside of downtown Minneapolis and major commercial areas to adhere to a 70-30 food-to-liquor sales ratio, which affected about 70 neighborhood restaurants. Other restaurants in the City were limited to a 60-40 ratio which was also repealed. Edina requires a food-to-liquor sales ratio of 60-40 percent.

In early 2014, the City also held a similar discussion asking residents’ opinions about adjusting the existing ratio.

What do you think about Edina's liquor laws?

NOTE: The City is not proposing any changes to local law at this time. By using this online discussion, feedback on topics will be compiled and given to the City Council as information only.


Should Edina’s liquor licensing standards be changed to eliminate the connection between food sales and alcohol sales? Why or why not?

56 Responses

Would you welcome bars or taprooms in Edina? Why or why not?

25 Responses
Topic: Concerns

What sort of concerns do you have if the City’s food-to-liquor sales ratio was to be eliminated?

21 Responses