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November 9, 2012

Board revokes eatery's license

Salem: Bangkok Paradise owner accused of selling drugs inside restaurant


There have been two incidents of serving a minor, the second of which was heard last night by the board. For that, the restaurant received a three-day suspension, with one day to be served.

Police also have linked the establishment to a number of late-night fights and other incidents outside the restaurant in recent months. In October, the board issued a warning for the first offense of serving a minor and rolled back its entertainment hours from 12:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. for six months. Until recently, the DJ at the Bangkok had been drawing big crowds.

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