WATSONVILLE — A batch of restaurants selling alcohol will seek approval Tuesday from the Watsonville Planning Commission for expanded hours and live entertainment, a week after the issue of alcohol was examined by the City Council.
The businesses, Taqueria Mundial, 1075 Main St., D'Angelo's Restaurant, 353 Main St., and the Appleton Grill, 30 West Beach St., have all requested a modification to their original permits.
Taqueria Mundial changed ownership in 2005 when it was purchased by Carlos Hernandez, according to a report by Marcela Tavantzis, community development director, and Suzi Aratin, senior planner.
Earlier this year, the Community Development Department received a complaint about live entertainment at the restaurant, and the owner was cited for failing to obtain a permit for live entertainment.
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