Six well-known local food-and-drink establishments were cited by the Alameda Police Department last week after they served liquor to minors who were operating as undercover agents for the department, an APD spokesman said.
The citations were issued to the businesses and to individual employees who served the alcoholic drinks during a two-hour period int he late afternoon and early evening of May 3, according to police records.
Police said the businesses were:
- , 1324 Park St.
- , 2314 South Shore Center
- , 1619 Webster St.
- , 1445 Webster St.
- , 1400 Webster St.
- , 1544 Webster St.
Two other restaurants were targeted during the undercover operation but refused to serve the minors, police said.
The "sting" is part of an ongoing series of similar operations funded by an Alcoholic Beverage Control grant, police said.