State says Downtown Plymouth restaurant violated 5 of Michigan’s COVID-19 rules
PLYMOUTH, Mich. – A restaurant in Downtown Plymouth has had its liquor license suspended after the state officials said it violated five of Michigan’s COVID-19 rules. State officials said the restaurant violated five COVID-19 restrictions:Allowed non-residential, indoor gatherings without requiring people to be seated at tables. The MLCC has suspended Greek Island Eatery’s Class C license and permits for Sunday sales (a.m. and p.m.), entertainment, the outdoor service area, direct connection and an additional bar. The restaurants actions increased the chance of COVID-19 spread, according to the state. Anyone who wants to report a business violating COVID-19 rules can file a complaint at 866-893-2121 or go to www.michigan.gov/lcc.
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