Right, in Florida the EO is based on % of revenue from booze. In other states, its just places licensed as bars, which is anywhere that doesn't serve food on site. For example in LA, if you don't have a kitchen you could partner with a food provider (food truck) to offer meals in your venue to get around the rule.Ehhh, yes and no. The bar designation is coming directly from their liquor license the business has. They can't just start selling more food in order to stay open under the restaurant title, it's already pre-determined. If they're operating in spite of their license, that's another problem entirely.