Nyack Restaurant in Trouble with Liquor Authority

The Pour House, a popular bar and restaurant on Main Street in Nyack is in trouble with the New York State Liquor Authority after two incidents that occurred late last year. The first incident occurred on December 12th, when the restaurant allegedly served alcohol to a minor. Two days later, the police were called to the restaurant for a “sustained pattern of noise and disorder”. The bar must pay $20,000 in fines or seek a hearing, after being denied a $12,000 plea by the Liquor Authority. This is not the first run-in with the state for The Pour House since opening in 2010. Records show that back in 2012 the restaurant was cited for having unlicensed security guards working at the location as well as noise violations and having an unauthorized additional bar on premises. In 2013, they were fined $12,000 for selling alcohol to minors, lax supervision and failing to comply with local regulations.

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