• Article via Daily Tribune

Royal Oak police oppose alcohol sales at new Taco Bell Cantina downtown

"A Taco Bell Cantina that opened on Main Street in Royal Oak was planned as the first in the state to serve beer, wine and spirits, but city police oppose granting local approvals needed for a liquor license transfer.

The restaurant, which has no drive-through window, got plenty of buzz after it opened at 420 S. Main in January.

It is owned by Dortch Enterprises, which owns 24 Taco Bell and 30 Subway locations throughout the state. Polly Dortch-Conlan, marketing director for the company, told the Daily Tribune after the opening of the Royal Oak location she was unsure of when the company would get city approval for the liquor license."

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