West Tisbury selectmen voted Wednesday to approve regulations for the sale of beer and wine.

The move comes less than one week after voters at the annual town election overwhelmingly approved permitting the sale of beer and wine at restaurants with more than 50 seats and issuing one-day beer and wine licenses for special events.

Regulations adopted by the selectmen will allow licensed restaurants in West Tisbury to serve beer and wine from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., and 12 a.m. on New Year’s Eve. All beverages and glasses must be off the table by 11:30 p.m., and all beer and wine orders must be accompanied by a meal — defined as anything but snack foods such as chips or pretzels. All meals must be served on dinnerware with flatware; no disposable plates or plastic cutlery is permitted except when state law requires it.

Restaurants will be subject to regular inspections by police.

Town administrator Jennifer Rand said she expects to shortly receive applications for restaurant and one-day licenses, and then public hearings will be scheduled.

Application processing fees are $200; restaurant license fees are $350 annually, and one day-licenses are $25. The Plane View Restaurant, Lambert’s Cove Inn and State Road Restaurant are all eligible for licenses.

In other news the selectmen approved a fiscal year 2011 tax rate at $4.92 per $1,000 in property value. West Tisbury has a single rate for commercial and residential properties. The rate is up from $4.73 per $1,000 last year. Fourth quarter tax bills will be due at the end of May or early June.

The selectmen will hold a meeting to discuss dog walking hours on Lambert’s Cove Beach on May 2