The Burbank City Council unanimously voted to revoke the business license for the Tinhorn Flats restaurant for violations related to the Los Angeles County Health Order and Burbank City Law.
According to Burbank City Attorney Amy Albano, the business at 2628 W. Magnolia Blvd. Must be closed, and if the restaurant owner does not comply, a proceeding will be filed and a court to close the business. He added that an order would be required.
According to restaurant lawyers, the business is always in compliance with health orders and does not serve indoor meals or serve staff on outdoor patios.
One of the restaurant owners said the food was put in take-out containers, disposable cups were used, the restaurant was disinfected, and workers were wearing masks.
Tinhorn Flats was suspended from a health permit by the Los Angeles County Public Health Department in December for violating a health official’s order.
In January, the county issued a cease and desist order and later revoked the restaurant’s public health permit.
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