Using an underage decoy, Palo Alto police arrested six people over the St. Patrick's Day weekend for allegedly serving alcohol to minors, police announced late last week.
An underage decoy and officers visited seven restaurants and two liquor stores on March 15, and servers or clerks at four restaurants and two liquor stores were cited for serving to a minor, Ryan said.
In addition, a bouncer at a restaurant was arrested for outstanding warrants and a bouncer at another restaurant was cited for proving false information to the police.
Servers or clerks at Dan Brown's Bar, Compadres restaurant, Ernie's liquor store, the Palo Alto Bowl, Rudy's Pub and Miyake's restaurant were cited. The state liquor board will be notified of the violations, Ryan said.
The 19-year-old decoy was denied alcohol at Trader Vic's, A-1 liquors and the Fish Market restaurant.