the falcons have been putting the cart before the horse for the past half decade. have they done anything to improve that offensive line? aside from the DE pick, have they done anything to bolster their defensive line? i think they'll be improved, but the same basic problems are going to dog them until they get a few years under quinn to rebuild the team they way he wants. 8-8 is their ceiling this year.
part of the rationale behind not doing liquor is not having to worry about stupid ALE laws about having to make food account for 50% of revenue, which then eliminates the purely functional need to have food sold on the premises (i don't wanna have to deal with a membership system, which is the alternative to a liquor-serving bar with no alcohol.) it also vastly cuts down the upfront costs, staffing, storage, etc.
liability insurance costs are pretty low (should be 1-2k per year) and profit margins shouldn't be too bad on beer and wine. shrinkage should be much lower than it would be with liquor and food.