VANCOUVER Wash. The gourmet quick-service Burgerville chain is hoping to test the sale of beer and wine at one of its Vancouver-area restaurants, if state liquor control officials give the green light. Officials with the Vancouver-based chain, which is scheduled to open its 40th unit in May, said Wednesday that the chain applied for a beer-and-wine license for its Salmon Creek location about 40 days ago. Jeff Harvey, president and chief executive of ...
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