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    An honest mistake...

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    Sorry. Don't get it.

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    The were not licensed by the Dept. of Health to start a restaurant, but did anyway and are now shut down.

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    Why was it an honest mistake? Sounds dishonest to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schanop View Post
    Why was it an honest mistake?
    Sorry, sarcasm is hard to express in writing. I'm pretty sure the owners (wherever they are) started the restaurant knowing fully that they would need a license, but chose to ignore it for whatever reason. I think they've abandoned everything inside the restaurant and aren't coming.

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    i didn't get it as well

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    I'm of mixed minds on this. I personally love food poisoning, but don't want people skipping out on their taxes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Austin View Post
    I'm of mixed minds on this. I personally love food poisoning, but don't want people skipping out on their taxes.
    Hah, well according to their yelp reviews most people people were food poison free.

    http://www.yelp.com/biz/aguas-tortas-evanston

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    I see a sign on the door of a defunct restaurant. My speculation is that it was prob licensed, inspected, yadayady at one time and has since gone **** up. License expired, a simple servant had another simple servant post a sign.

    Not sure why I see a thread but if it works for you.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by daveb View Post
    I see a sign on the door of a defunct restaurant. My speculation is that it was prob licensed, inspected, yadayady at one time and has since gone **** up. License expired, a simple servant had another simple servant post a sign.

    Not sure why I see a thread but if it works for you.....
    NVM, they've been around for 2 yrs. (edited for bad memory.) How long does a license last?

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