Liquor violation leads to 3-day suspension for Alibi
ST. CHARLES – A downtown bar that had three liquor license violations within eight months can’t serve alcohol for three business days this month, the St. Charles Liquor Commission ruled Monday.
Alibi Bar and Grill, 12 N. Third St., will be allowed to serve food during the suspension from 7 a.m. March 20 to 2 a.m. March 23. It also must pay a $2,000 fine plus $500 in costs – the same fine and costs The Beehive Tavern and Grille, 204 W. Main St., recently paid for a liquor violation.
Mayor Don DeWitte, who also serves as liquor commissioner, said Alibi received a stiffer penalty because of its previous violations. With only one warning, DeWitte said, The Beehive had a “fairly clean” 2012.
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