The owners of The Silver Slipper described the potential business as a “wine bar and salon” in other state records filed last month. Efforts to reach the owners of The Silver Slipper on April 6, were not successful.
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An application for a liquor license is often submitted in the early stages in the potential development of a new business, and does not always lead to a new business opening at that site. Many potential pitfalls — construction, zoning, financial constraints — still must be navigated before a license-holder can begin operating and serving alcohol.
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But the license application is an encouraging sign of the newfound vitality of the strip of Wayne Avenue north and south of East Fifth Street, where a craft brewery and two coffee shops are already in the works.