A Kenmore Bar Liquor License Gets Suspended
According to WIVB, a State Liquor Authority investigator witnessed customers drinking in the bar without food. Governor Andrew Cuomo's office put out a press release on Thursday, stating an investigator walked into the Village Line, 1809 Kenmore Ave, on July 24th after some complaints that the bar didn't serve food with drinks.
Here's how they got caught according to the press release. An investigator came into the bar and asked for a menu, the investigator was then told that he could go next door, grab a pizza and bring it back to the bar. The establishment has been charged with, violating Executive Order 202.52 for serving alcohol without food.
In my opinion, bars, and restaurants have to be more careful about following the law, there is a small number of new cases, but enough to cause concern as it relates to patrons being served in bars without food. Remember the purpose of this Executive Order is to help stop the spread of COVID-19
According to WIVB, if you're a business in violation of this law, you can be fined up to $10,000.
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