Two catering halls and one bar are one of Long Island’s latest facilities to suspend liquor licenses for violating social distance orders aimed at curbing the spread of the coronavirus.
Quoted are Leonard’s of Great Neck, East Patchog’s Pine Grove Inn, and Baldwin’s D’Ambiance Bar & Lounge.
“As we continue to fight clusters throughout the state, bar and restaurant owners need to be aware that the state task force will continue to enforce the law and lose its right to serve alcohol if it does not comply with the rules. There is, “said Governor Andrew Cuomo.
These three were one of 21 establishments whose liquor licenses were suspended after an investigator at the New York State Liquor Department discovered a suspected violation last month. Since the pandemic began, 288 restaurant licenses have been suspended. The SLA has suspended more than 12 LI restaurant licenses in recent months. Dox At Island Park Secret gentlemen’s club At Deer Park 75 main And blue sea In Southampton Off-key tick In Patchog Toku Modern Asian In Manhaset Above all..
Nassau County Fire Marshal met with the manager after receiving a large rally and excessive noise complaints at the Great Neck Renners on September 25. The manager said the venue is hosting a wedding with more than 100 guests, which is twice the state’s obligations. A limit of 50, officials said. According to investigators, the venue was warned two weeks ago about a violation of social distance.
At Pine Grove Inn, the Suffolk County Police Department responded to 911 social distance violations, reckless driving, and road blockade calls, and upon arriving at the venue, more than 200 almost maskless patrons were unlicensed outdoors. The area on the premises, according to authorities, found to be attending the event rather than the social distance of.
Also at D’Ambiance, Nassau officials have found that six patrons are standing and drinking at the bar without a face cover, and there is no evidence that food is being served, SLA said. It happened a few days after the woman was shot outside the bar following a quarrel that began inside while the lounge was overcapacity, officials added.
None of the three facilities responded to requests for comment.
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