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Cahoots no longer serving alcohol after liquor license suspended

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Cahoots was at the center of controversy after a YouTube video surfaced of a massive street fight near the bar. Cahoots was at the center of controversy after a YouTube video surfaced of a massive street fight near the bar.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – A controversial bar on Bardstown Road has had its liquor license suspended by the Louisville Metro Alcoholic Beverage Control.

Cahoots came under fire recently by nearby businesses amid a series of legal troubles.

The order comes after recommendations issued after a Metro ABC Board meeting in September.

The suspension of the bar’s license runs from today (Nov. 27, 2015) through Jan. 1, 2016.

Thomas Clay, attorney for Cahoots and owner Marcia Cain, noted the suspension period includes the holidays.

But the bar stopped serving alcohol in October, after its liquor license expired and the city decided not to renew it.

According to a news release, alcohol will be kept in a locked compartment during the suspension if Cahoots should continue to serve food. The bar also has the option to close during that time.

Any appeal of the suspension must be filed within 30 days from the suspension order.

A copy of the administrator’s ruling can be found here.   

The hearing officer’s Findings and Recommendations can be found here.

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