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Bethlehem approves liquor license for casino eatery Cobalt Cafe

Morning Call,  Wednesday, April 8, 2009 at 11:00:59 AM

Bethlehem City Council on Tuesday approved a liquor license transfer for Cobalt Cafe, a 24-hour restaurant that is to open in the Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem.

In approving the resolution 7-0, council determined that Cobalt's proposal was consistent with the zoning regulations, was not in a residential zoning district and would not hurt the "welfare, health, peace and morals" of its residents, according to the resolution.

The resolution is required before the state decides on granting the liquor license.

The restaurant is to be run by a group of investors that includes local hotelier and philanthropist Kostas Kalogeropoulos, who helped bring Shula's Steak House to the Lehigh Valley, the source
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