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Current licenses in Pulaski County

Allstars Sports Bar
8100 Warden Road, Sherwood

Back Street on Jessie Road, Inc.
1021 Jessie Road, #Q, Little Rock

Checkmate Club
122 E. 4th St., North Little Rock

Discovery Inc.
1021 Jessie Road, Little Rock

Elevations Inc.
7200 Asher Ave., Little Rock

Electric Cowboy of Little Rock
9515 I-30, Little Rock

Fraternal Order of Eagles, 60
6200 Aerie St., Little Rock

Hollywood Country Club
6719 John Hardin Drive, Jacksonville

Jimmy Doyle Country Club
Route 1, North Little Rock

Little Rock Association
of the Deaf Inc.
9005 Lew Drive, Little Rock

Loyal Order of Moose, 942
4000 E. Kiehl, Sherwood

Midtown Billiards Inc.
1316 Main St., Little Rock

Otter Creek Homeowner's Association
14000 Otter Creek Parkway, Little Rock

The Palace Club of Little Rock Inc.
1515 Wright Ave., Little Rock

Paper Moon
3310 Mabelvale Pike, Little Rock

Peaches
2221 W. Main, Jacksonville

The Sandpiper Club Inc.
4726 Asher Ave., Little Rock

Seasons in the Heights
1500 North University, Suite 164,
North Little Rock

Sensations
6715 John Hardin Drive, Jacksonville

Sidetracks
415 Main Street, North Little Rock

Visions
7900 Bicentennial Road,
North Little Rock

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