San Francisco Bar’s Liquor License Suspended After Employee Allegedly Caught Selling Cocaine, Marijuana
The California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control announced Wednesday that the liquor license at a Polk Street bar in San Francisco has been suspended for 30 days.
A San Jose nightclub where five people were shot at a private party hosted by popular R&B singer Chris Brown will has had its liquor and entertainment licenses suspended, police announced on Thursday.
Some businesses that are seeking liquor licenses in San Francisco are being told to install security cameras in order to get a permit, once again sparking a debate about privacy concerns.
Residents of lower Nob Hill, frustrated with the raucous bar scene that has cropped up near Polk Street, have been pushing San Francisco officials for a moratorium on bars in the neighborhood.
LGBT activists stopped a San Francisco Supervisors Committee on Monday from approving a liquor license that would have allowed a new bar to set up business at the site of the old Eagle Tavern.
A liquor store in San Francisco’s Mission District had its license to sell booze revoked Thursday as the culmination of a three year administrative process.