11-23-04 - Bryan County restaurants are now serving liquor by the drink, and customers were already lined up as of Tuesday. Voters cleared the way for it earlier this month when they became the 42nd county in Oklahoma to legalize the controlled sale of alcohol.
Supporters said that money was at stake - dollars that would be created by new restaurants moving to town. They claim it won't just generate money for entrepreneurs but also create money for tax rolls as well.
Chilis is the 1st major chain to commit to moving to Durant since the law passed.
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