WARRENSVILLE HEIGHTS, Ohio — Three Northeast Ohio bars were cited for violating Gov. Mike DeWine's health orders.
Urban Seafood in Warrensville Heights was cited for after-hours consumption.
Agents said they visited the restaurant at 11:30 p.m. and saw 30 customers drinking alcoholic beverages.
Choukouya Resto Bar in Warrensville Heights was also cited for after-hours consumption.
Agents visited the bar shortly after midnight and saw 20 guests drinking alcoholic beverages.
The restaurant was also cited on Sept. 18 for limitation on hours for on-premises consumption.
Lagoon Saloon was cited for after-hours sales, improper conduct, and illegal possession of intoxicating liquor.
Agents visited the bar before 10:30 p.m. and saw staff serving beer to two guests that were already intoxicated.
Another guest at the bar was sitting at a table and drinking from an opened bottle of vodka, according to agents.
This was the second time the bar has been cited.
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