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CITY OF PEABODY CRACKING DOWN ON STRIPCLUB AND OTHER LICENSED ESTABLISHMENTS THROUGH AGGRESSIVE STING OPERATIONS

The City of Peabody has issued several three-day liquor license suspensions to the Cabaret Lounge Strip Club on Route 1 and other Peabody licensed establishments, such as Carrabba’s Italian Grill and Toscana’s Restaurant and Café for serving minors after a one day sting operation by an undercover police agent. The three day suspensions, which coincide with the 4th of July Continue Reading...
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APPEALING DECISIONS TO THE MASSACHUSETTS ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES CONTROL COMMISSION

Liquor license holders in Massachusetts who have suffered disciplinary penalties by their local license board, such as the Boston Licensing Board or their local Board of Selectmen (i.e. a “Local Licensing Authority”), have the opportunity to appeal such decisions. Appeal may be warranted in cases where the license holder finds the penalty to be unfair. For example, if the penalty Continue Reading...
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BOSTON LIQUOR LICENSE ATTORNEY

My name is John P. Connell and I have been practicing law for twenty years.  Before I became an attorney, I spent ten years in the Massachusetts restaurant business holding such positions as dishwasher, busboy, waiter and bartender.  From this experience, I gained a lifelong appreciation and understanding of the restaurant businesses. In addition to my civil litigation practice, my Continue Reading...
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BOSTON CITY COUNCIL REQUESTS STATE LEGISLATURE FOR ADDITIONAL LIQUOR LICENSE TO BE ISSUED TO THE IRISH SOCIAL CLUB

Earlier this month, Boston City Councilor Ayanna Pressley requested the Boston City Council to consider allowing Boston to acquire additional Liquor Licenses from State Legislature.  As discussed in our previous blog, Councilor Pressley challenged the current quota of issued Liquor Licenses, claiming it does little to promote cultural and economical growth for the City of Boston. Today, the Boston City Continue Reading...
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What Is The Cost of a Liquor License in Boston: PART I

The number of liquor licenses in Boston is limited by law and tied to the City of Boston’s population.  Currently, there are approximately 1,030 total alcoholic beverage licenses issued to restaurants and bars in the City of Boston, and that includes hotels and entertainment venues such as Fenway Park or anywhere that alcoholic beverages are sold.  Of the 1,030 total Continue Reading...
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