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TABC suspends several Houston-area club permits due to COVID-19 violations

HOUSTON- The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC) has suspended three Houston businesses’ liquor permits after investigators say they violated Governor Greg Abbott’s executive order to only serve alcohol on-premise to comply with capacity limits, as well as social distancing and mask requirements.

The nightclubs impacted were Grooves of Houston on 2300 Pierce St., Cle on 2301 Main St., and Spire on 1720 Main St.

The agency announced the emergency suspensions in a press release on Tuesday afternoon nothing that Grooves will lose its liquor license for the next 30 days. Cle will lose its liquor license for 60 days, and Spire won’t be able to serve alcohol for the next 90 days.

Content provided by Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission


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