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Tonight there’s gonna be a meeting of business owners in the Canal District about the problems caused by the Mambo Drinks nightclub and the crowd it purposely attracts. One of Mambo Drink’s employees is this man:
Jonathan Pena MIGHT BE related to Juan Pena, the owner of Mambo Drinks. There are pictures of Jonathan all over his Facebook page getting mad crunk at Mambos!!!
The problem is that he also posted this picture of his Franklin Pierce ID:
If you’re doing the math he is 20 years old. He’s not legally allowed to drink. Yet this licensed bar is allowing him to not only be the club promoter, but to get wasted an pose in in pictures that they then use for advertising. That alone is enough to get them shut down. You can’t serve liquor to minors in your establishment and maintain your liquor license. Of course Jonathan Pena and company will just complain about imaginary racism instead of owning up to the fact that they’re breaking the law.
He also doesn’t think it’s right that Mambo Drinks is being blamed for the 100 person brawl that occurred the other night:
According to him it’s not Mambo’s fault because the fights took place AFTER club hours. They just court violent gang bangers and get them liquored before releasing them onto Water Street at 2 in the morning.
Oh, and before the night in question Jonathan was bragging about how this party at Mambo’s was about to “shut the city down.”
Mambo Drinks must go. It will be a pleasure to add them to the TBS graveyard. What more does the city of Worcester need to see before they take action? They’re courting gang bangers and allowing underage liquor consumption in their bar. Open and shut case.
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