City liquor board docket for Sept. 26

Liquor docket

September 20, 2013|Richard Gorelick | The Baltimore Sun

Cases involving establishments that may have been operating in violation of city liquor laws, outside the parameters of their specific license or without a proper license at all are among the hearings listed on the Sept. 26 docket of the Board of Liquor License Commissioners for Baltimore City.

Among the establishments scheduled for hearings on Sept. 26 are Canton's Portside Tavern, where after-hours drinking allegedly took place on April 7, Phillips Seafood, which was allegedly operating without a valid license on May 7 and The Chesapeake, which was observed providing outdoor table service on July 19 and 20 (Artscape weekend), allegedly without liquor board permission.

The liquor board's hearings are held in room 215 of City Hall, 100 N. Holliday St.

People interested in a particular case should call 410-396-4380 the day before the hearings to verify that a particular case is still on the schedule.

1 p.m. cases

Michael Mekbib T/a Spiritas, 786 Washington Boulevard – Class “A” Beer, Wine & Liquor License - Violation of Rule 4.18 “No licensee shall commit or allow the commission on his premises of any act which shall be contrary to any federal, state or local statue, law or ordinance or against the public peace, safety, health, welfare, quiet or moral.” (Re:  May 7, 2013 sold alcoholic beverage to Liquor Board Agent Fitzgerald without a valid liquor license)

Ernst Valery & Mauro Daigle, Milk & Honey II, LLC T/a The Chesapeake, 1701-05 N. Charles Street – Class “B” Beer, Wine & Liquor License – Violation of Rule 4.18 “No licensee shall commit or allow the commission on his premises of any act which shall be contrary to any federal, state or local statue, law or ordinance or against the public peace, safety, health, welfare, quiet or moral.” (Re:  July 19, 2013, providing outdoor table service without permission from the Board) and July 19, 2013 (Re:  Extending the bar outside without permission from the Board) and on July 20, 2013 (Re:  providing outdoor table service without permission from the Board) and (Re:  Health department violation-preparing food outside and without gloves)

 J. W. Thompson Webb, Brice Phillips & Melissa Sellers, Pillips Seafood Baltimore, LLC T/a Phillips Seafood, 601 E. Pratt Street – Class “B” Beer, Wine & Liquor License - Violation of Rule 4.18 “No licensee shall commit or allow the commission on his premises of any act which shall be contrary to any federal, state or local statue, law or ordinance or against the public peace, safety, health, welfare, quiet or moral.” (Re:  May 7, 2013, selling alcoholic beverages without a valid license)

George Marshall & Brenda Marshall, Marshall’s, Inc. T/a Marshall’s, 2351 Washington Boulevard – Class “BD7” Beer, Wine & Liquor License - Violation of Rule 4.18 “No licensee shall commit or allow the commission on his premises of any act which shall be contrary to any federal, state or local statue, law or ordinance or against the public peace, safety, health, welfare, quiet or moral.” (Re:  May 7, 2013, selling alcoholic beverages without a valid license)

Virginia Fox, Foxventure, Corp T/a Tommy’s Downtown Tavern, 837-39 W. Cross Street – Class “BD7” Beer, Wine & Liquor License - Violation of Rule 4.18 “No licensee shall commit or allow the commission on his premises of any act which shall be contrary to any federal, state or local statue, law or ordinance or against the public peace, safety, health, welfare, quiet or moral.” (Re:  May 7, 2013, selling alcoholic beverages without a valid liquor license)

Jose Luna, Casa Luna Sports Bar, Inc. T/a Casa Luna Sports Bar, 500 S. Lehigh Street – Class “BD7” Beer, Wine & Liquor License - Violation of Rule 4.05(a) “No licensee shall permit any person to consume alcoholic beverages on the licensed premises during hours when such sales are prohibited by law” January 12, 2013 (Re:   patrons observed consuming alcoholic beverages inside of establishment after 2 a.m.) and on February 23, 2013 (Re:  patrons observed consuming alcoholic beverages inside of establishment after 2 a.m.) Violation of Rule 4.18 “No licensee shall commit or allow the commission on his premises of any act which shall be contrary to any federal, state or local statue, law or ordinance or against the public peace, safety, health, welfare, quiet or moral.” (Re:  serving/selling and consumption of alcoholic beverages during prohibited hours on January 12, 2013 and February 23, 2013)

2 p.m. cases

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