Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board Names Top Bidders in Fifth Restaurant License Auction
Harrisburg – Following validation of 66 bids received by the April 19 deadline for the fifth restaurant license auction authorized by Act 39 of 2016, the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) is issuing Notices of Selection to top bidders on 26 licenses.
Winning bids range from $25,501 for a license in Laporte, Sullivan County, to $350,000 for a license in Lower Providence Township, Montgomery County. The average winning bid in the fourth auction was $116,315.
The number of bids received for each of the 26 licenses receiving bids ranged from one to five.
Four licenses – one each in Cameron, Dauphin, Monroe, and Warren counties – received no bids.