Sioux Falls Liquor License Listings for on and off sale

The City of Sioux Falls Licensing Department provided me this list;



5 comments ↓

#1 D@ily Spin on 11.08.21 at 8:23 pm

Liquor is becoming unpopular. Wine and beer will be around. Nightclubs and cocktail lounges are disappearing. The people who paid to much for licenses will regret their investment. Those without a license are in a good spot by accident. This will become a city of health fanatics and potheads. The city should hurry to get some sales tax from pot before the street and Indian reservations gain the resource. Stoners are not violent. Time to defund some police budget.

#2 Defund the popo on 11.09.21 at 8:17 am

I agree with defunding….was riding my tricked out custom Harley bagger Saturday afternoon and the popo was hiding and got me for 46 in a 30! What was he doing in taupeville? Could his time be better spent in Detroit Lewis’ neighborhood? OR, at the mostly peaceful event on Minnesota Ave over the weekend? We need police reform to keep them from my hood.

#3 Mike Zitterich on 11.09.21 at 1:40 pm

Marijuana is NOT legal, its not allowed on the streets period. IF you get caught with the drug in your posession, you will be fined. Unless you have a S.D Permit for Medical Use, you are NOT lawfully allowed to be in possession. Why should we defund the Police?

If anything I would encourage the CITY to stop taking Federal Funds to fund City properties, activities, departments, but I would not defund the Police whereas we use “our” own state and local taxes.

#4 Blasphemo on 11.10.21 at 5:12 pm

Defund the popo: does your “tricked out custom Harley bagger” have an exhaust system modified to be louder than is permitted by statute for similar new Harleys? Do you ever ride with one or more motorcyclists in SF with similarly “tricked out” motorcycles having altered exhaust systems. . . concentrating even more transient noise on every block your “pack” drives on? Do you ever accelerate more rapidly than surrounding 4-wheeled vehicles up to or exceeding posted speed limits, accentuating the loudness of your “tricked out Harley bagger” purely for your own enjoyment of high g-forces and excessive exhaust noise? Are you REALLY whining about being cited for exceeding the posted metropolitan speed limit by over 50%? How much does that excessive speed reduce your stopping distance or reaction time for an unexpected traffic incident necessitating accident avoidance? I rent a residence in ‘taupeville”, where your kind routinely intrude on the peaceful enjoyment of my home with loud vehicles engaged in exhibition driving and speeding. Your kind is EXACTLY why we need law enforcement to protect public safety from reckless motoring and noise pollution to keep Sioux Falls a desirable place to live. I’d strongly enforce new police procedures to require a motorcyclist like you stopped for speeding to undergo an exhaust loudness test with a db meter ON THE SPOT…with the potential for an additional citation & fine for excessive noise.

#5 Loud pipes save lives on 11.16.21 at 11:12 am

Blas….yes, I have loud pipes and run in packs. I routinely aggressively accelerate so you can hear my bagger over your Prius. I don’t want, I NEED attention from everyone around me! I also have a very loud stereo I crank up to the max-even while at a stop light! I’m hoping you shake your head and roll your windows up. Bottom line, harleys are very slow, don’t handle worth a shit, are overpriced, and don’t stop well, other than that, they. Are. Awesome!