Cafe Durant’s license revoked over accusations of selling alcohol to minors

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Alcoholic Beverage Control agents have revoked the license of Cafe Durant in Berkeley.

This comes during accusations the café sold alcohol to minors, multiple times.

The ABC and Berkeley police say this happened on three separate occasions.

The first accusation allegedly happened in 2016. The café paid a $3,000 fine.

“The second accusation alleged that the premises sold alcoholic beverages to; or permitted as many as sixteen minors to consume alcoholic beverages in the licensed premises between February 23, 2017 and March 03, 2017.  The licensee agreed to a 25-day suspension of the ABC license,” the ABC said in a press release.

Police say it happened twice in 2017.

“The third accusation alleged that the premises sold alcoholic beverages to; or permitted as many as four minors to consume alcoholic beverages in the licensed premises on August 18, 2017.  The licensee stipulated to revocation of the ABC license,” the ABC said.

The ABC permanently revoked the establishment’s alcohol license on Thursday.

This means the sale and consumption of alcohol are no longer allowed at the business.

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