The ordinance states that allowing breweries in the suburb can “foster an atmosphere of flexibility and progress in the city of Dunwoody.”
The open container district is around Dunwoody Village, a restaurant and retail hub about 2 miles north of I-285 that is popular among residents.
It allows patrons to leave bars and restaurants in Dunwoody Village with alcoholic drinks in hand. Before someone leaves, businesses will have to pour the drink into a clear plastic cup with a sticker designating that it is OK to have outdoors.
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