No more liquor

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Reporter Jennifer McLain has a story about Mariscos Uruapan, a Mexican restaurant in Irwindale that may be using a fake permit to serve liquor.


ABC
issued a liquor license to Mariscos Uruapan in 2003 for the sale of
beer, wine and hard liquor, but a city permit only allows it to sell
beer and wine.

Records used for the 2003 liquor license show that a
planner, Marcos Bereda, authorized the approval. But city officials
said that no planner with that name ever worked for the city.

The city concluded last month that ABC “erroneously” issued
the restaurant, at 16034 Arrow Highway, a license four years ago and
relied on false records to do so.

Although I’ve driven past this restaurant several times, I’ve never eaten there before. Anyone?

2 thoughts on “No more liquor

  1. I’ve never eaten there either, but last week while driving on Arrow I had to take a detour up Irwindale because there was police action going on at that restaurant that was blocking the street. I wouldn’t take the chance of visiting there if a rough crowd goes there.

  2. I been eating in that place since it open and its real GOOD amazing food!!! Highly recommend No rough crowd! dont Hate participate and check it out.

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