In June, FnB went FnBYOB due to problems with its liquor license. And for the award-winning restaurant in Scottsdale known for pairing great food with the highest-quality Arizona wines, the summer must have seemed longer than usual.
No more. As of today, the signs are coming down and things can get back to normal -- well, as normal as anything gets in the restaurant business.
Owner Pavle Milic calls it, "the end of prohibition."
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