Two eateries at The Battery recently sold booze to minors, according to the Cobb County Police Department.
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Cops: Antico at The Battery sold booze to minor during underage sting

Two notable eateries at The Battery Atlanta sold alcohol to minors during a recent sting, Cobb County police announced Wednesday.

Antico Pizza and El Super Pan were caught selling the booze Monday. Cobb cops tested 10 businesses at The Battery, the 1.5-million-square-foot mixed-use entertainment behemoth attached to SunTrust Park.

Department spokeswoman Officer Sarah O’Hara told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution that the servers will be cited and will have to go to criminal court for the citation.


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The eateries are given an administrative fee to pay, she said. It’s $750 for the first offense.

Most restaurants are put on a calendar to be rechecked, O’Hara said.

Below are the spots that did not sell alcohol to a minor.

• Goldbergs

• Wahlburgers

• Punch Bowl Social

• Cru Wine Bar

• Yard House

• Feed Fried Chicken

• Sports and Social

• C Ellet’s


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