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Liquor license for Barrington’s now-closed Roadhouse to change hands

Barrington Restaurant LLC, the company that purchased the liquor license the state seized from The Roadhouse Saloon and Steakhouse for unpaid taxes, has filed an application to with the borough for a person-to-person transfer of the license.

RoadhouseThe Roadhouse, 1201 Clements Bridge Road, was the scene of a shooting in January. Not long after, the state’s Division of Taxation seized the bar’s liquor license due to more than $100,000 in unpaid taxes.

The license was auctioned March 27 at borough hall with the winning bid coming from Barrington Restaurant LLC.

Objections about the liquor license transfer should be made immediately in writing to Terry Shannon, municipal clerk, Borough of Barrington at 229 Trenton Ave., Barrington, NJ, 08007.

NOTE: I have an email out to Barrington Restaurant LLC to determine what their plans are for the license. I will share as soon as I get a response.

7 comments on “Liquor license for Barrington’s now-closed Roadhouse to change hands

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  2. Ernie Wadsworth
    May 3, 2012

    It would be nice to have a Cracker Barrel there. A guy can dream, right?

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  6. Brian Gallagher
    February 22, 2013

    What’s going on with the roadhouse?

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This entry was posted on April 26, 2012 by in Borough Hall, Business / Money, Crime and tagged , , , .
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