Liquor board fines a Towson eatery

August 26, 1992

Licensees of a Baltimore County restaurant have been fined $1,500 and ordered to stop serving alcohol for seven days -- penalties that are subject to review by federal bankruptcy officials.

The Baltimore County liquor board levied the penalties against Lambis I. Platsis and Konstantin I. Platsis, owners of Mykonos restaurant in Towson.

They were charged with violations in 1990 and 1991, and for an incident Aug. 8 when an undercover county police cadet was served alcohol without being asked to produce identification.

Testimony at Monday's board hearing indicated the owners have addressed many of the complaints since filing for bankruptcy protection.

The complaints concerned noise, fights, overflowing trash bins, uncooperative employees and minors being served alcohol.

The county business still is operating, and its liquor license is in the custody of federal bankruptcy officials.

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