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Grilling wieners without a permit? That'll be $500

The Pioneer Press says the Tin Cup bar and restaurant must pay the city of St. Paul $500 after grilling hot dogs outdoors without a permit. Inspectors cited the restaurant for not obtaining a "temporary extension of service area" license before holding an outdoor event.
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The Pioneer Press says the Tin Cup bar and restaurant must pay the city of St. Paul $500 after grilling hot dogs outdoors without a permit. Inspectors cited the restaurant for not obtaining a "temporary extension of service area" license before holding an outdoor event.

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