Co-Owner Of Alibi Drinkery Accused Of Slapping Fast Food Worker For Enforcing Mask RulesRicardo Baldazo is part-owner of Alibi Drinkery in Lakeville, which opened several times despite state restrictions.
Alibi Drinkery Faces Lawsuit From MDH For Operating Without A LicenseWeeks after Alibi Drinkery defied COVID-19 restrictions and opened for indoor dining, the Lakeville bar is now facing a lawsuit from the Minnesota Department of Health.
Alibi Drinkery Found To Be In Contempt Of Court, Fined $3,000 A DayA Lakeville bar which has reopened multiple times, defying COVID-19 restrictions, was found to be in contempt of court on Thursday afternoon.
Alibi Drinkery Vandalized With Graffiti After Opening Against Order On New Year's EveAlibi Drinkery, the Lakeville bar that's repeatedly defied Gov. Tim Walz's executive order, most recently on New Year's Eve, was vandalized overnight, covered in graffiti.
2 Minnesota Bars Face 5-Year Liquor License Suspensions For Reopening On New Year's EveA court has granted a temporary injunction against Alibi Drinkery in Lakeville, a bar which has opened multiple times for indoor dining in recent weeks, violating Gov. Tim Walz's executive order.
Attorney For Alibi Drinkery: State Has Not Offered Reasonable Compensation For Bars, RestaurantsAlibi Drinkery became the center of the debate over Walz's ban on indoor gathering and dining at bars and restaurants, due to video surfacing showing the bar filled with people, many without masks.
Virtual Hearing Held For Lakeville Bar That Defied Governor's OrderA virtual hearing was held Tuesday morning for a Lakeville bar that opened last week in defiance of Gov. Tim Walz's executive order halting indoor dining.
More Restaurants Face Suspension Of Liquor Licenses For Defying COVID RestrictionsThe Minnesota Department of Health on Friday announced it had issued cease-and-desist orders to The Pizza Depot in Becker and to Hooligans Lakeside in Lake Park.
AG Ellison Files Suits Against 2 Restaurants That Reopened In Defiance Of State OrdersAttorney General Keith Ellison has filed lawsuits against two restaurants that, against state orders, opened to indoor dining this week.