State Suspends Best Pizza And Dive Bar Liquor License - 27 East

State Suspends Best Pizza And Dive Bar Liquor License

authorStaff Writer on Dec 9, 2020
Best Pizza & Dive Bar in Amagansett is among 36 bars and restaurants statewide that recently had their liquor licenses suspended for “egregious violations of coronavirus-related regulations.” According to New... more

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