“At that time we spoke with the manager. We will continue to monitor the situation,” Suffoletto said.
There have been no documented complaints about Oddbody’s serving alcohol past the state mandated cutoff of 10 p.m.
Calls to Oddbody’s for comment were not returned.
Suffoletto said the health department has not written any violations or citations to any businesses in Montgomery County found to be not enforcing social distancing, mask wearing or other safety measures.
Agents from the Ohio Investigative Unit cited a Vandalia tavern for selling alcohol past 10 p.m. The Little York Tavern was among 10 Ohio establishments cited Aug. 20 through Aug. 22.
The case against the tavern will go before the Ohio Liquor Control Commission for potential penalties, including fines or the suspension or revocation of liquor permits.