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Alcohol suspension overturned for The Social House
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The Social House, located at 2101 Main St. in Porterdale, is able to serve alcohol again after a unanimous vote from the Porterdale City Council earlier tonight.

The Porterdale City Council met in a special called meeting to discuss the bar and grill’s suspended alcohol license. The council voted to suspend the license Tuesday after it found The Social House was four months behind on paying its taxes.

The council gave The Social House 48 hours from the Tuesday meeting to stop serving alcohol. With the called meeting coming to a close before 6 p.m. Friday night, the bar and grill was only without alcohol-serving privileges for about 22 hours.

According to its Facebook page, The Social House focuses on hospitality and entertainment for the adult-aged crowd. With an ID requirement, patrons are required to be 18 years old to enter and 21 years old to drink.