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Up to date: December 19, 2020 06:37 PM
Created: December 19, 2020 06:36 PM
The Minnesota Division of Public Security Alcohol and Playing Enforcement Division has notified three eating places they might have their liquor licenses suspended for 60 days after they violated state COVID-19 restrictions on indoor eating.
Cornerstone Cafe, in Monticello; The Interchange, in Albert Lea; and The Pour Home, in Clarks Grove, all face liquor license suspensions pending a listening to earlier than an administrative choose, the DPS mentioned in a press release Saturday. The institutions had been all noticed serving prospects alcohol for indoors on-premises consumption, going in opposition to Gov. Tim Walz’s government order prohibiting indoor eating.