Statesboro is Accepting Applications for Liquor Stores


Vanessa Countryman, Digital Managing Editor

Thirteen Package Store applications have been submitted to the City of Statesboro as of April 11.

A minimum requirement distance of 1,000 yards between package stores was voted by City Council, according to Griceconnect.

Per the City of Statesboro Code of Ordinances, the city clerk has 30 days to review each application once all supporting documentation has been submitted. During this time, the clerk or their designee will conduct research into the named applicants and locations to ensure compliance with established policies.

Once all supporting documentation is complete, the city clerk will have 30 days to review the application, according to the City of Statesboro Code of Ordinances.

The application is still open. Here is the list of the applications already submitted as of April 11, 2022:

  • Two Guys Beverage – 520 Fair Road Ste. 410 | Niranjan A. Patel
  • Blue Mile Wine & Spirits – 12 Brannen Street | Kaleo Lyles, Clyde Chapman, William Bridwell, Prashant Patel
  • Whiskey Business – 1410 Northside Drive East | Jeffrey Dawson, Julie Dawson
  • The County Line Too – 814 South Main Street | Landrum Hodges, Jr., Sam Johnson
  • House of Booze – 801 South Main Street | Timothy Hunt
  • Patriot Liquors – 843 Northside Drive East | David Merritt, Matthew Lipman
  • GATA Package – Tormenta Way | David Blackmon, Jeffrey Spencer
  • EZ Liquors – 1525 Fair Road Ste. 106 | Vishakha Patel
  • Clarke Beverages – 607 Brannen Street | Stephen Clarke
  • Whiskey Warehouse – 647 Northside Drive E | Raymond Driggers
  • L/C Package Store – 2823 Northside Drive West | Lindsay Martin
  • 815 South Main – 815 South Main Street | Nick Propps, Robert Bell
  • S’Boro Liquors – 860 Buckhead Drive | Robert Baughn

For The Interactive Map of Proposed Locations, visit Griceconnect.