75 Main’s Liquor License Suspended

A PHOTO OF 75 MAIN PRIOR TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC. PHOTO BYBENNO KLANDT
A PHOTO OF 75 MAIN PRIOR TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC. PHOTO BYBENNO KLANDT

After several incidents of coronavirus-related health violations at 75 Main, the Southampton Village restaurant and bar was stripped of its license over the weekend.

Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Monday that 75 Main was among 14 bars and restaurants to have its liquor license suspended during enforcement efforts this weekend where “egregious violations of pandemic-related executive orders” were found. 75 Main, a popular, longtime business in the heart of the village, is the only East End restaurant to have its license suspended amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

75 Main, which the Governor’s office called “a repeat offender,” was hit with a slew of charges, as investigators found “serious health hazards” at the business. A bartender also allegedly sold alcohol to an underage patron.

75 Main’s Liquor License Suspended

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