owners are scheduled to appear before the liquor board on Thursday to try to have restrictions removed from the store's license.
The hearing is on the 3 p.m. docket of the Board of Liquor License Commissioners at City Hall.
The owners applied to have the restrictions on the license removed last month, but the at the request of the owners' attorney.
Red Fish's license prevents the store from selling individual beers that are not 22 ounces and cost at least $4, selling liquor in bottles smaller than a pint and specifically does not allow for Keno to be played in the store.
The restrictions were to help placate residents who opposed the store being opened in 2009. In 2010, the store was ordered closed by the liquor board when it was discovered the store was selling items that were restricted by its license.
The store was allowed to reopen a short time later when the license was transferred to new ownership.