Quincy’s has applied for a license to serve beer. MARK FISHER/STAFF

Dayton fish and chicken restaurant applies for license to serve beer

Quincy’s restaurant has applied to the Ohio Department of Commerce Division of Liquor Control for a license to serve beer.

The restaurant — at 865 N. Main St. in the former Lou’s Broaster Hut — opened in April 2016. It operated previously at 3907 W. Third St. Quincy’s offers a variety of fried fish dinners, including cod, perch and whiting, and serves shrimp and chicken dinners as well. Broasted chicken and potatoes are also available.

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The application filed Aug. 18 would allow Quincy’s to serve beer only — not wine or spirits — potentially until 1 a.m., according to the Ohio Division of Liquor Control web site.

Quincy’s owners declined to respond to questions about the license application.

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For more information, check out the Quincy’s Fish House Facebook page at www.facebook.com/quincysfish.

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