Road Booze: When and How Food Trucks Can Serve Alcohol

Road Booze: When and How Food Trucks Can Serve Alcohol

Food trucks have become dining destinations in most major cities, including Nashville. However, in Tennessee food trucks are not permitted to serve alcohol at all times and places that they are permitted to serve food. Below is a guide for all mobile food vendors describing when, where and how they are permitted to serve alcohol including what, if any, types …

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Schaffer Law Firm welcomes new Associate Attorney

Originally published in the Nashville Post On the Move: November 13, 2018. Nashville-based Schaffer Law Firm has added Landon Breazeale, a former intern at the firm who has been hired on as an Associate Attorney. Breazeale most recently held positions as an attorney with the State of Tennessee and a business manager for TBI Airport Management in Macon, Georgia. In …

BYOB like a B-O-S-S

Did you know you can bring your own booze to dinner or an event in Nashville? While it may sound as easy as packing a cooler for Live On The Green, bringing a bottle of wine to a restaurant, or having a cold one in hand while tailgate-hopping, there’s more to it than you might think. There are numerous regulations …

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Beer and liquor licensing is its own animal

Rachel Schaffer Lawson talks the legal business of alcohol Authors: Staff Reports – Originally published on NashvillePost.com (http://www.nashvillepost.com/business/people/article/20975831/beer-and-liquor-licensing-is-its-own-animal) Rachel Schaffer Lawson is owner of Schaffer Law Firm, which launched in March 2011. A triple major in marketing, entrepreneurship and music business at Northeastern University in Boston, Lawson would go on to attend Loyola University College of Law in New Orleans, …

How to get a liquor license in Tennessee

How To Get A Liquor License in Tennessee

If you are starting a hospitality business and want to sell alcohol you are going to need to understand the ins and outs of getting a liquor license.  This article will focus on selling alcoholic beverages of 10.1% ABV or higher (i.e. wine and spirits, NOT beer). If you are wanting to sell beer (i.e. hard ciders, hard sodas and …