Olde Lobster Factory Cookhouse liquor licence suspended

The P.E.I. Liquor Control Commission has accused the owners of a Charlottetown bar of serving alcohol to people under 19.

Island Liquor Control Commission accuses bar of serving people under 19

The P.E.I. Liquor Control Commission has accused the owners of a Charlottetown bar of serving alcohol to people under 19.

As a result, the commission has suspended the liquor licence used by The Olde Lobster Factory Cookhouse until Monday morning.

The commission says the suspension does not affect the operation of the dining room.

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