New food-serving bar inspection law takes effect

Health officials in North Carolina are enforcing severe regulations against bars that provide meals.

These businesses must now apply for permits from the health department and undergo routine inspections, just like restaurants, as of right now.

A new ordinance that prohibits bars from serving food unless they have a specific authorization has been put into effect by Mecklenburg County.

In Mecklenburg County, some 268 bars are anticipated to be impacted.

The only entities that are immune from the new rule are nonprofit county clubs, which are specifically exempted by state lawmakers.

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