BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

tag

John Carr

Page 1 of 1

The store had its alcoholic beverage license suspended by state authorities for selling alcohol to minors three times in the span of three years.
featured article
The store had its alcoholic beverage license suspended by state authorities for selling alcohol to minors three times in the span of three years.
featured article
On July 19, the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, or ABC, revoked Cafe Durant’s liquor license after investigations found that the restaurant had served alcohol to underage people.
featured article
On July 19, the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, or ABC, revoked Cafe Durant’s liquor license after investigations found that the restaurant had served alcohol to underage people.
featured article
Pappy’s Grill & Sport Bar, located at 2367 Telegraph Ave., will no longer be serving alcoholic beverages — for now.
featured article
Pappy’s Grill & Sport Bar, located at 2367 Telegraph Ave., will no longer be serving alcoholic beverages — for now.
featured article
Berkeley Police Department, UCPD and the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control cracked down on alcohol-related offenses with a DUI and license checkpoint on Saint Patrick’s Day.
featured article
Berkeley Police Department, UCPD and the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control cracked down on alcohol-related offenses with a DUI and license checkpoint on Saint Patrick’s Day.
featured article
Cafe Durant, located at 2517 Durant Ave., faces possible investigation by the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, or ABC, but still holds its license to serve beer and wine, according to Hector Orozco, manager of Cafe Durant.
featured article
Cafe Durant, located at 2517 Durant Ave., faces possible investigation by the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, or ABC, but still holds its license to serve beer and wine, according to Hector Orozco, manager of Cafe Durant.
featured article
Fat Slice Pizza, a restaurant located on Telegraph Avenue, will temporarily stop serving alcohol to customers after the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control suspended the businesses’s liquor license Thursday for allegedly selling alcoholic beverages to a minor.
featured article
Fat Slice Pizza, a restaurant located on Telegraph Avenue, will temporarily stop serving alcohol to customers after the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control suspended the businesses’s liquor license Thursday for allegedly selling alcoholic beverages to a minor.
featured article
After nearly six years of service in Berkeley, Remy’s Mexican Restaurant on Haste Street has shut its doors, leaving behind questions about the cause and permanence of the closure.
featured article
After nearly six years of service in Berkeley, Remy’s Mexican Restaurant on Haste Street has shut its doors, leaving behind questions about the cause and permanence of the closure.
featured article
Berkeley barbershops and beauty salons are one step closer to being able to legally serve alcohol to customers after the state assembly passed AB-1322 on Aug. 22.
featured article
Berkeley barbershops and beauty salons are one step closer to being able to legally serve alcohol to customers after the state assembly passed AB-1322 on Aug. 22.
featured article