WA state targets beloved restaurant, revokes liquor license and seizes alcohol for not complying with mandates

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Washington state revoked the liquor license of a notable fine dining restaurant in Chehalis, WA in mid-December after the owner voiced opposition to COVID-19 mandates and refused to shutter her business during lockdowns.

Laurel Khan, the owner of Mackinaw’s Restaurant, says that the state targeted the farm-to-table restaurant by choosing to revoke their liquor license instead of issuing fines for non-compliance, the state’s usual form of discipline.

As a result, the world renown chef explained that the local staple and its associated bars and rooms won’t survive financially.

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