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Curry Hollow Sheetz seeking approval to sell beer


South Hills residents could grab a cold one to go with their made-to-order “burgerz” and “fryz” once the Curry Hollow Road Sheetz receives state Liquor Control Board approval to sell beer.

Pleasant Hills Council in August unanimously approved an inter-municipal transfer of a restaurant liquor licence into the borough, as requested by Sheetz.

The license was transferred from to Pleasant Hills from Millvale, said Sal Sirabella, Pleasant Hills interim borough manager. Sirabella said Sheetz plans include the sale of beer and wine and an “area designated with tables” to sell food “restaurant style” on the premise.

Representatives from Sheetz said there are plans to add cafe seating at the 251 Curry Hollow Road store early next year. However, Pleasant Hills council’s OK for the liquor license transfer was just the initial approval needed. The company now is awaiting approval from the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board.

Company representatives said they do not have a definite timeline for when beer sales could begin.

Stephanie Hacke is a Tribune-Review contributing writer.

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