Midland County liquor sales top $5 million in February

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Midland County bartenders served nearly $6 million worth of beer, wine and liquor in February, according to the latest available records from the Texas Comptroller’s Office.

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Midland County bartenders served nearly $6 million worth of beer, wine and liquor in February, according to the latest available records from the Texas Comptroller’s Office.

A total of 124 bars, restaurants and venues submitted mixed drink receipts showing Midland drank $5,856,305 worth of alcohol in February. That’s $500,719 more than January sales, according to the Texas Comptroller’s Office.

Fair to Midland topped February sales with $275,744. Little Woodrow’s had the second highest figure, selling $221,381 worth of alcohol in February.

Here are the top 10 places that racked up the biggest tabs in February:.


  1. Fair in Midland: $275,744
  2. Small Woodrow: $221,381
  3. Walk On’s: $196,478
  4. The Canteen: 193,882
  5. Bubba 33: 159,021
  6. El Mitote Sports Fair: $158,808
  7. Torino Pizza Bar: $153,949
  8. Cork and Pig Tavern: $148,330
  9. Rockin Rodea: $147,242
  10. La Mision Restaurant and Cantina: $127,650

Source: Texas Comptroller’s Office

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