Tom’s Town Distilling Co. owners David Epstein (left) and Steve Revare were among those who had trouble with their liquor license under the old Kansas City ordinance. But some objected to the replacement rules and planned a referendum in November. Now both sides of the issue have constructed a compromise.
Tom’s Town Distilling Co. owners David Epstein (left) and Steve Revare were among those who had trouble with their liquor license under the old Kansas City ordinance. But some objected to the replacement rules and planned a referendum in November. Now both sides of the issue have constructed a compromise. File photo by Tammy Ljungblad tljungblad@kcstar.com
Tom’s Town Distilling Co. owners David Epstein (left) and Steve Revare were among those who had trouble with their liquor license under the old Kansas City ordinance. But some objected to the replacement rules and planned a referendum in November. Now both sides of the issue have constructed a compromise. File photo by Tammy Ljungblad tljungblad@kcstar.com

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