Tarrant County vendors are experiencing a steady growth in alcohol sales this year.
More than 1,300 alcohol-selling units are registered in Tarrant County. Together, the establishments have sold $340 million worth of alcohol so far this year, according to figures from Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts.
Tarrant County bars, restaurants and other vendors are well on track to beat 2018’s annual total of $680 million.
Tarrant County vendors sold about $9 million more in mixed beverages in first half of 2019, compared to the first six months of last year.
We complied a list of the top 30 Tarrant County alcohol-selling establishments.
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