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Street signage is posted indicating the limits of the DORA. You can also click on the QR code on the sticker or the cup to view the DORA District Map (PDF) of Wyoming.
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Patrons can only carry designed DORA beverages in the defined area. Retail and private establishments may allow DORA beverages in their establishment or they may opt to not allow them. Each establishment within the DORA will have its own policy and will have signage on its establishment door defining its DORA policy (door clings to be provided by the City of Wyoming).
Monday through Thursday5 pm to 11 pm Friday5 pm to midnightSaturday12 pm to midnightSunday12 pm to 9 pmDORA beverages may not be consumed outside of these hours. Additionally, the DORA may be limited if there are special events or private fundraising events which hold an F-2 Liquor Permit in which DORA beverages may be unwelcome or in competition with the event.
New for 2022, we have a green DORA label that DORA businesses will place on their own clear, plastic cups. There are also the original color-changing plastic DORA cups still in circulation that may be used as well. If you have a plastic DORA cup, it is recommended that you reuse it on your next visit.
No, once a DORA beverage has left a restaurant, it must be consumed before entering another restaurant. The reusable plastic cups, when empty, may be taken to a different restaurant for another beverage. For the labeled cups, the cup needs to be disposed of in a trash can before entering another restaurant.
Wyoming Civic Center, Wyoming Community Coffee, Tela Bar + Kitchen, LaRosa’s, The Arepa Place, The W Lounge, and Gabby’s Café. Each establishment has a “D” Permit from the Ohio Division of Liquor Control.
No. Beverages must be purchased from participating restaurants. No cans, glass bottles, or outside alcoholic beverages are allowed within the DORA boundaries. Further, alcoholic beverages may not be carried outside of the boundary area or patrons are subject to legal consequences.
The City has numerous garbage cans in the DORA area for your use. The Police provide coverage to the DORA area and will be visibly present and readily available should concerns or issues arise. Special events may require additional Police and Public Works staffing, as is already the practice.