P & G's "a cornerstone" in New Paltz, New York had their license to sell liquor suspended back in April, now it appears they have temporally resumed alcohol sales at the popular bar but for how long?

The last few months have been full of ups and downs for the folks at P & G's, the popular bar and restaurant on Main Street in New Paltz. Back in March, they had their liquor license suspended after the New York State Liquor Authority (NYSLA) alleged that numerous guests at the bar were under 21 and were drinking alcohol. At the time the SLA said that an estimated 120 of the approximately 200 patrons inside the bar were allegedly under the age of twenty-one.

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P & G's Liquor License Suspended

A few weeks later those events led to the SLA suspending the liquor license at the 55-year-old establishment until owners answered the charges against the bar. At an April 25th hearing the liquor license suspension was upheld as the NYSLA voted to deny the bar owners monetary offer to settle the charges. Patrick Garrett the Public Information Specialist for the SLA told us that "the owners made a monetary offer, which was rejected by the Full Board, which then in turn made a counter offer of cancelation."

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Liquor Sales Resume?

When that decision was determined the bar's attorneys said they would be filing an "article 78" in an attempt to have the suspension lifted while both sides attempted to work out a deal according to HV1. The Article 78 filing challenging the SLA's actions was filed and an Ulster County judge grated a 30-day stay on the suspension. The temporary license to sell alcohol at the bar began yesterday according to a post on the restaurant’s Facebook page that said,

"Welcoming You Back with Open Arms (and Full Glasses) 💥 Proudly serving delicious food paired with cold alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Bar and Restaurant open Daily 11-9pm"

Both sides will continue to try and come to a resolution before the temporary license runs out and if and when they do we will update this article with the details.

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