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The eatery closed temporarily on March 22, just a week after Ohio. Gov. DeWine and Dr. Amy Acton, the director of the Ohio Department of Health director, ordered all bars and restaurants to close dining rooms, although carryout and delivery services have continued.
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A handful of restaurants have reopened since the Ohio Liquor Control Commission approved an emergency order that allows restaurants that have a liquor license for on-premises consumption to sell pre-packaged cocktails to go with a meal.
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Little York Tavern plans to sell traditional bar cocktails and feature its LYT Peach Iced Tea, made with cult favorite Crown Royal Peach Whisky, Hentrick said in an email exchanges.
“(We) will have our full menu available,” he said.
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Before the coronavirus pandemic began to impact Ohio directly, Hentrick told us of his plans to add a second location at 1122 E. Dorothy Lane.
That space most recently house an Arepas & Co Colombian Comfort Food restaurant.
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What: Little York Tavern and Pizza
Where: 4120 Little York Road in Vandalia.
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