Clyde’s Makes its Case to Keep Alcohol License

This August, police went under cover to bust a number of customers for alcohol violations at Clyde’s Tower Oaks lodge after receiving a number of community complaints.

Last Thursday, Clyde’s made its case to the Montgomery County Board of License Commissions to retain its Alcohol License.

The restaurant has changed its half priced wine — now only patrons in the dining room can take advantage of the deal.  Clyde’s has also stopped serving pitches of beer and full bottles of wine.

Clyde’s management also emphasized its role in detecting fake IDs and has retrained all employees in serving alcohol.