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Re: “What's Shaking Down SF Music Venues?

DNA Lounge has been closed during January because of a BS deal they were forced into by the ABC which wanted to pull their license completely thanks to "lewd" patron behavior at over-21 nights which was immediately dealt with by staff. In other words, they were punished for actions by people not employed by them, which they handled in a responsible fashion, and labeled "a threat to public morals." They took the temporary closure so as to avoid losing the entire business, and yet the ABC has continued to harass them as documented on the DNA Lounge blog.

They put the kitchen in quite a while ago so they could comply with the "restaurant" license and get an all-ages permit, which they had to sue the ABC for when it was denied.

Posted by cygna on 01/22/2010 at 12:00 PM

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