The New York State Liquor Authority suspended the license of Hy Ting Restaurant on West Main Street in Riverhead in Wednesday, citing several fights in and outside the establishment as well as 20 violations of the state’s Alcoholic Beverage Control law, 36 health code violations and other fire and safety violations. READ
Two downtown Riverhead restaurants lost liquor licenses during a meeting of the New York State Liquor Authority last month.
Sabor Centro Americano Deli & Restaurant at 1005 East Main St., which operates at the location previously occupied by Royal Dorado, was denied a liquor license by the SLA Jan. 10, because it failed to attend the SLA meeting at which the license application was being reviewed. READ
Southampton Town police in conjunction with the New York State Liquor Authority conducted an SLA operation Saturday as part of an initiative to combat underage drinking near college campuses. READ
An alcohol compliance check of 20 Riverhead businesses resulted in three arrests Friday, Riverhead Town police said. READ
A series of incidents outside an East Main Street bar has led to beefed up Riverhead Town police patrols and calls by the town for it to be shut down.
For the second time in a week, an altercation outside an East Main Street bar resulted in a victim suffering an injury, Riverhead Town police said. READ
A local restaurant applying for a liquor license may not be a big deal for most people.
But for Dawn Gilliam, it brings back nightmares. READ
Clerks at three local stores were recently busted in a police sting operation that found the employees sold alcohol to minors, Riverhead Town police said.