Toku Modern Asian in Manhasset has suspended its liquor license after New York state officials said it violated rules aimed at curbing the spread of the coronavirus.
State Liquor Service Level Agreements (SLA) investigators said Friday’s outdoor dining area with a maximum capacity of 32 people was crowded with 67 and 67 people with a maximum capacity of 90 people, among other violations. Officials said it was.
“Investigators with state multi-agency task forces wore only a handful of face masks and observed a line of socially distant patrons waiting to enter the facility.” Said SLA. “Investigators have also seen many patrons buy drinks from the bar without food and take them outside to consume them.
Governor Andrew Cuomo’s administrative order limits the number of patrons allowed at a restaurant at one time to keep restaurant staff and patrons wearing masks, maintain social distance, and prevent the spread of COVID-19. I am requesting that. Regular customers also have to order food when buying alcoholic beverages.
The latest SLA suspension for LI will occur after the SLA recently suspended its liquor license. Docks, Island Park Restaurant, Secret gentlemen’s club, Deer Park Strip Club, Southampton Restaurant 75 main And blue sea, Roosevelt store, Sazon Ramirez II, and Off-key tick, Patchogue bar. Long Beaxh’s Mio Post and Freeport’s EB Elliots have also reportedly suspended their licenses.
Toku Modern Asian continues to operate in a location in Americana Manha Set, but no alcohol is served. No comment was received from the owner.
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