Permitted Events: Under some conditions, the City of Los Angeles requires 800 Main to obtain a Special Event Permit. This sort of event would include any assembly which is open to the general public, a cover charge is being collected, or where the use of the space would not be included in the definition of an Artist-In-Residence occupancy. Private weddings, business meetings, luncheons, dinners, photo shoots or gallery gatherings are not typically required to carry such a special event permit.
Alcohol Service: Alcohol service is regulated by the Alcoholic Beverage Control Department of the State of California. 800 Main is allowed to serve and charge for drinks at public events (excluding minors) under two categories of licensing: a licensed restaurant catering company (as defined by Sec. 24045.12) or through an event that is hosted by a non-profit organization, in which case they shall be required to obtain a single use permit (Type 57). In either case, beer, wine and/or distilled spirits may only be served under strict State regulations. A cover charge at the entry or a charge by the drink both amount to the same thing and require that this permit be obtained. Any violation is grounds for immediate termination of an event without any refund. The staff at 800 Main reserves the right to deny access to anyone who is underage and under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Fire Marshal: Depending on the nature of the event and the number of attendees, a Fire Marshal may require that a set of floor plans be submitted to his office for approval. In the case that such a step is required, once the plan is approved, no furniture or decorations may be altered from the plan. Should a change be desired, the plan must be resubmitted and a new approval obtained prior to making the modifications.
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