Arlington Japanese Eatery Receives Brief Suspension

The Arlington Board of Selectmen has suspended Midami Japanse Restaurant’s liquor license for three days starting in September, after the restaurant failed an alcohol compliance check last month, according to patch.com

The Arlington Police Department ran a sting on all alcohol-serving restaurants and three liquor stores. Midami, 444 Massachusetts Ave., was the only alcohol-serving establishment to have failed the test, according to police.

Town Counsel Juliana Rice said a three-day suspension conforms to the town’s policy on first-time alcohol compliance violations.

The suspension will be enacted in September, when the restaurant will be unable to sell alcoholic beverages from Wednesday to Friday, though dates are yet to be determined. Midami will still be allowed to sell food.

The vote to suspend Midami’s license for three days was unanimous.

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