Last weekend, a multi-agency operation that included the NYPD, FDNY, Department of Health and the State Liquor Authority (SLA) paid a visit to Rumba Night Club in Rego Park and cited the club for 40 violations.
Those violations include unauthorized alterations to the bar, safety violations including a failure to maintain fire extinguishers, an obstructed exit, exposed electrical wiring; a number of health code violations including no food protection certificate holder and mildew in the ice machine.
The FDNY found that the club has no public assembly permit and no explosives permit even though four cases of fireworks were found. Other violations include the use of unapproved trade names, failing to conform to application ― the club falsely indicated that its legal occupancy is 202 when the actual number is 74 ― and a slew of other violations.
Wednesday, December 23, 2015
Rego Park's Rumba raided
Posted by Queens Crapper at 12:16 AM
Labels: club, Department of Health, FDNY, NYPD, Rego Park, state liquor authority, violations
Supper club? This place looks illegal.
What did that place used to be before it became a "supper club"? It looks really inapproriate for the building it's in. And I seen a lot of these pop up in Richmond Hill lately.
Supper club, the barstaurants of the 80's.
That's an outdated photo. The windows have since been sealed and stuccoed over. It does look like those night clubs you'd find in southern Queens.
In Flooshing they just call them karaoke bars.
Part of the karaoke industry according to local politicians.
Did they issue a vacate order and make sure the place does not reopen tomorrow night?
Someone was late with a payoff,won't happen again.
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