TABC Warns Bars and Restaurants to Follow Governor’s Orders For Reopening or Face Suspension of Liquor License
The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission announced that they will be suspending liquor licenses for bars and restaurants not following state guidelines for reopening.
According to CBS 7, the announcement by the TABC came in a press release on Tuesday, June 16, 2020. In the press release it stated "requirements include indoor customer capacity limits of 50% for bars and 75% for restaurants, along with social distancing of at least 6 feet between groups of customers.”
The TABC is strictly monitoring bars and restaurants and will be issuing suspensions for any bar or restaurant not complying with the Governor's guidelines.
The press release also stated that first violation will result in a 30-day suspension of their liquor license, and a second violation will result in a 60-day suspension.