Two Local Restaurants Cited

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The Pennsylvania State Police Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement, Erie District Enforcement Office cited five businesses during the month of December 2020, according to a public information release report issued by the agency Tuesday. And two of them are local to the Union City area.

The Black Bear Inn, Bloomfield Township/Canadohta Lake, failed to abide by the mandates of the Governor and/or the Secretary of Health, related to businesses in the restaurant and retail food service industry permitted to operate during the COVID-19 disaster emergency. And Kim’s Townhouse, in downtown Union City had similar citations.

Crawford County

Black Bear Inn, Bloomfield Township/Canadohta Lake

Failed to abide by the mandates of the Governor and/or the Secretary of Health, related to businesses in the restaurant and retail food service industry permitted to operate during the COVID-19 disaster emergency, in that they did not require all customers to wear face masks while entering, exiting, or otherwise traveling throughout the establishment, did not provide face masks for employees to wear at work or did not require employees to wear face masks at all times while at the establishment, sold and/or served alcohol to a patron for on-premises consumption in a transaction that did not include a meal, allowed a patron to be served at the bar, allowed patrons in excess of 25% of the fire code limitations within their licensed premises for the purpose of indoor dining without enrolling in the Open & Certified Pennsylvania program, permitted patrons to possess and/or consume alcoholic beverages on the licensed premises after midnight and sold, furnished or gave alcoholic beverages to on-premises consumption after 11 p.m., on 10/7/20, 10/30/20 and 10/31/20.

Erie County

Kim’s Townhouse, LLC, Union City

Failed to abide by the mandates of the Governor and/or the Secretary of Health, related to businesses in the restaurant and retail food service industry permitted to operate during the COVID-19 disaster emergency, in that they did not require all customers to wear face masks while entering, exiting, or otherwise traveling throughout the establishment, did not provide face masks for employees to wear at work or did not require employees to wear face masks at all times while at the establishment, sold and/or served alcohol to a patron for on-premises consumption in a transaction that did not include a meal, and allowed a patron to be served or seated at the bar, on 11/16/20.