Toad’s Place Ordered To Close For Three Months

Legendary New Haven, Conn., club will close for three months beginning May 6th next year, following charges stemming from a November 2005 raid by police and liquor inspectors.
  Toad’s Place, a bar and venue that has featured performances from the likes of The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, U2, and R.E.M., settled negotiations with the Connecticut State Liquor Commission November 2nd, agreeing to a 90-day suspension of its liquor license and a $90,000 fine for last year’s raid, during which the club was charged with a reported 90 counts of sales of alcohol to a minor.
 As part of its compromise with the liquor commission, Toad’s Place admitted to 45 counts of sales of alcohol to a minor.

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