HICKORY, Texas — The last time I went to a place that had alcohol on tap, I got a big shock.
A bartender told me the price of the beer and the price for the wine was the same.
I didn’t get a refund.
When I asked the bartender for more information, she told me, “You can come in and pick it up.
I’ll give you the refund.”
I asked, “Can I get the refund?”
And she said, “Of course.”
Then I realized, I have no idea how this happens.
I told my husband, “This is going to be my first time going to a restaurant that’s offering alcohol responsibly.”
He asked me if he should do the same, too.
I said, I can’t imagine that I’m going to do that.
We talked about it for a while.
And I finally figured out that the alcohol is coming from a place I haven’t been in in years.
My husband and I are now the first couple to have had a visit from the Texas Department of Public Safety to a state-licensed liquor store.
At the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission, we met with a couple of employees.
They explained to us that they are looking for a licensed restaurant that will have a bar with an open liquor license.
The restaurant would have to follow strict guidelines to ensure that patrons don’t drink the alcohol in their hands and that the liquor is kept in a safe location.
The Texas Department has an office in the state capital that can be reached by phone, email or by visiting their website.
The employees told us that if we go to a licensed bar, we would be able to bring our children in for a beer or two and a glass of wine.
But the restaurant will have to provide us with a photo ID to be able take our children.
I had a friend who works at a liquor store tell me that if you bring your children in, you can’t bring them into the restaurant.
I think it’s a really strange policy.
I’ve never seen it in my life.
We got the refund.
We’ve had no problems with the policy.
On Friday, I visited a restaurant in Hickory, Texas, that had a policy that didn’t seem to make sense to me.
As a father, I was wondering what was going on with these businesses that have their own policy and they’re allowed to keep that policy private.
I spoke to the manager of the restaurant, who told me that he was not aware of any policies like this.
He said that he would try to contact the licensing department, but that there wasn’t a response.
The manager said that if they did, he would send a letter.
So I did that.
I wrote to the licensing office and got a response within two days.
What I really want to know is why is there a Texas Alcohol Beverage Control (TAC) office that I don’t have the ability to visit and check up on this issue?
I want to get an answer about whether they are enforcing their policies properly.
They told me there are some local departments that are on call at certain times of the day and some days of the week, and that I need to call the TAC office if I have any questions.
So why didn’t I call the Texas TAC?
I’m tired of waiting for them to do something about this issue.