Two WNY bars have lost their liquor licenses temporarily, for violating Governor Cuomo's PAUSE order.

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The New York State Liquor Authority has suspended the licenses of two bars here in WNY, according to WGRZ. Erie County Commissioner of Health Dr. Gale Burstein said both bars served undercover sanitarians food and allowed them to consume the food on the premise, which goes against the PAUSE order.

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The licenses of Swannie House, located on Ohio street in Buffalo and AJ's Clarence Hollow, located on Main street in Clarence were suspended today (April 7). The order will remain in effect until the SLA lifts it.

“Continuing to operate business-as-usual during this crisis demonstrates a dangerous indifference to the health and safety of others, and the SLA will not hesitate in taking immediate actions to shut these businesses down.” ~ SLA Chairman Vincent Bradley via WGRZ