Samba Hit With 14-Day Loss of Alcohol License & $2,500 Fine

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FRAMINGHAM – The Framingham License Commission voted unanimously tonight, August 17 to levy a fifth alcohol license violation against Samba Steak & Sushi on Route 9 in Framingham.

As it is the 5th violation, and within 2 years of the 4th violation, the restaurant will immediately lose its all-alcohol license for 14 days once the Commission ratifies the official written violation notice to the license holder. That is expected to take place at the Commission’s next meeting.

The 5th violation also comes with a $2,500 fine and for 30 days to be held in abeyance to be served if a 6th violation is voted on by the City of Framingham. The 30 days will be held over the restaurant for 2 years.

“Please don’t out us in this position again,” said Framingham License Commissioner Stuart Pologe. “Your employees will be out of work.”

SOURCE will update this report on Tuesday.

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