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Introducing TABC:Mobile, a smartphone application which places TABC information and access at your fingertips. In keeping with the four cornerstones of service, courtesy, integrity and accountability, TABC is proud to debut a new level of innovation into state government through civic engagement. TABC:Mobile provides the public, alcoholic beverage industry professionals, wholesalers, distributors and retailers a new avenue of communication.
TABC:Mobile replaces the former SpiritsTexas mobile application.
This service is provided as a courtesy. Neither the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission nor any of its employees, makes any warranty, express or implied, or assumes any legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any information provided. Under no circumstances shall the TABC or its employees be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, punitive, or consequential damages that result in any way from your use of this site or from reliance on or use of information provided on or through this site.
All businesses holding an alcohol license/permit in the state of Texas.
See an establishment's location, contact information and license/permit status.
Notify TABC of any violations you witness.
Create an account to easily add information later.
View recently approved licenses/permits in the area.
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Use TABC:Mobile to search for nearby locations using GPS, establishment name, address, city or zip code. TABC:Mobile saves your recent searches for easy access at a later time. View an establishment's license/permit status, violations, wine percentage and Handgun Warning Sign information. Get directions to a license/permit location and much more.
Learn which businesses have recently applied for a new TABC license/permit. Pending original licenses/permits will display around your location along with recently approved licenses/permits.
Access the TABC Industry Guide, which includes valuable information about the Alcoholic Beverage Code and Rules, responsibilities of license/permit holders and more.
Texas license/permit holders and/or authorized employees must register to submit a breach of peace report using TABC:Mobile, provide all the necessary information required, and receive an email confirmation, to qualify as an authorized report of an incident pursuant to the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission's administrative rules.
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Governmental entities may use TABC:Mobile to view pending alcoholic beverage licenses/permits, obtain license/permit location addresses and view owner(s) name. Users may easily view a location's license/permit number, current license/permit status and license/permit expiration date. They can also see an establishment's Handgun Warning Sign requirement and view which businesses have renewed their licenses/permits. Violation information, if applicable, displays license/permit violations such as status, type, violation date, violation description, disposition, suspension date range and civil penalty amounts.
Users may file a complaint against a licensed/permitted location, against a TABC-authorized seller/server training school, or a TABC employee using TABC:Mobile. You may remain anonymous. Upon submission, users receive a confirmation number via mobile device screen and email confirmation when choosing not to remain anonymous.
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General inquiries may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org