Fort Lauderdale Cites 12 Businesses For Breaking Coronavirus Rules
Waitresses without masks. Customers drinking at the bar. Bars pretending to be restaurants.
All three can and will get you in trouble these days in Broward County as coronavirus cases hit a meteoric rise in South Florida.
Just ask Tommy Bahama Marlin Bar on Las Olas, where the staff served up margaritas and other spirits long after happy hour on Friday night. That all changed when city code officers walked in and shut the place down for operating as a bar before Broward County has said bars and nightclubs can reopen.
Read more at our news partner the South Florida Sun Sentinel.