It looks like your corner convenience store wants to reinvent itself as your new neighbourhood bar. \nOntario's 7-Eleven stores have filed an application with the Alcohol & Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) for on-site liquor consumption at 61 locations. \nEditor's Choice: Here's What You Can Do In Each Colour Zone When Most Of Ontario Reopens On Tuesday\n\nLiquor Sales Licence Applications (for on-site consumption only & only when that is once again permitted) at 61 7-Eleven locations across the province have entered the public notice phase. For information on the specific locations, or to file an objection: https://t.co/fehHIxoNYn— AGCO (@Ont_AGCO) February 12, 2021\n\nThe AGCO says that its applications are for on-site consumption when it's allowed in the province again. \nThe locations are all over the GTA and southern Ontario, from Sarnia all the way to Pickering. \nThe applications were submitted on February 11 and are now in the public notice phase, a process that could take 7 to 28 days, according to the AGCO.\nAccording to Durham Radio News, the convenience stores would only be allowed to serve alcohol, as opposed to selling it for takeout or delivery. \nNarcity has reached out for more details about the plans 7-Eleven has in store and will update the story when we hear back.\nThis concept wouldn't be entirely new to Ontario. Toronto already has a hidden speakeasy bar tucked inside a convenience store.