Cobb cops test 10 businesses to see if they’d sell booze to minors

Buckets of booze filled the tents up and down Apple Valley Road for the 2016 Brookhaven Beer Fest. More than 200 beers and wines were available to sample at the event held Saturday, June 11.
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Buckets of booze filled the tents up and down Apple Valley Road for the 2016 Brookhaven Beer Fest. More than 200 beers and wines were available to sample at the event held Saturday, June 11.

Credit: Sierra Hubbard

Credit: Sierra Hubbard

The day Cobb County students were taking their final exams, Cobb cops were testing 10 businesses to see if they’d sell alcohol to minors.

Hopefully the students, like the businesses, all passed Tuesday.

Cobb police announced the results of the sting Thursday, which is the first day of summer break for many students in the county.


Per police, these are the businesses that passed:

• El Patron, 1690 Powder Springs Road in Marietta

• La Parrilla, 2500 Dallas Highway in Marietta

• Li’s Asian Cuisine, 3451 Dallas Highway in Marietta

• Longhorn Steakhouse, 2636 Dallas Highway in Marietta

• Big Al’s Liquor Store, 4150 Macland Road in Powder Springs

• Aspens Steakhouse, 3625 Dallas Highway in Marietta

• Ted’s Montana Grill, 3625 Dallas Highway in Marietta

• Atami Grill & Sushi, 3600 Dallas Highway in Marietta

• Morgan’s Sports Grill, 2650 Dallas Highway in Marietta

• Highway 120 Liquor Store, 5200 Dallas Highway in Powder Springs


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