ABC Suspends San Jose Restaurant License For Selling Alcohol to Minors

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    Emma Lee | NewsWorks.org
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    A restaurant in San Jose had its license to sell alcohol suspended for 30 days due to multiple violations, according to the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control.

    Beverage control agents posted a notice of suspension at Bboss Restaurant located at 385 N. Capitol Ave. for alleged lewd acts, allowing minors to consume alcoholic beverage inside the premises and violating conditions of its license, officials said.

    Officials said the restaurant was in violation between the months of January and April, when undercover ABC agents and local law enforcement visited the restaurant multiple times.

    In addition to selling alcohol to minors, the owner allegedly sold alcohol after hours conditioned in the license and stored open bottles of spirits for specific customers, according to officials.

    Officials said the restaurant is barred from selling alcohol for 30 days and has been placed on probation for an additional 15 days.