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Qdobas’ new licenses allow beer with burritos at two Casper locations

(Qdoba Mexican Eats Casper East and West, Facebook)

CASPER, Wyo. — Two restaurants in Casper have received new bar and grill licenses.

Both are Qdoba Mexican Eats locations which will now be able to serve alcohol on premises so long as food sales account for 60% of their revenue.

The Casper City Council granted the licenses during their Tuesday, Dec. 17 meeting. Councilman Steve Freel abstained from the votes.

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With the two Qdobas receiving bar and grill licenses, only three of the city’s 14 such licenses are unassigned. The city says the total number of available licenses is based upon population.

The city council informally agreed to set aside two further licenses for future use by restaurant owner John Johnson.

Johnson plans to use one for a Fuzzy’s Taco Shop under development and a second for use at Fire Rock Steakhouse.

The two Qdobas are located at 5030 East Second Street, Suite No. 1 and 4009 CY Avenue.

If you would like to contact members of the Casper City Council regarding this or any other issue, here is their contact information:

Mayor Charlie Powell (Ward II, Term Expires 1/5/21):

Vice Mayor Shawn Johnson (Ward II, Term expires 1/3/23):

Councilman Ken Bates (Ward II, Term expires 1/5/21):

Councilman Steve Cathey (Ward III, Term Expires 1/5/21):

Councilman Steve Freel (Ward III, Term expires 1/3/23):

Councilman Bob Hopkins (Ward I, Term expires 1/5/21):

Councilman Mike Huber (Ward I, Term expires 1/5/21):

Councilwoman Khrystyn Lutz (Ward I, Term expires 1/3/23):

Councilman Ray Pacheco (Ward III, Term expires 1/3/23):

Council members can also be reached by mail at: 200 N. David Street, 82601

If you would like to contact members in your specific ward, but don’t know which ward you are in, a map is available at the City of Casper’s website.