Roselle Park Sports Bar Targeted for Violating Murphy’s Law

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ROSELLE PARK, NJ – Central Park, sport bar and restaurant in Roselle Park has been cited for violating Governor Phil Murphy’s executive order limiting restaurant capacity to 25% of total capacity.  New Jersey State Police Superintendent Patrick Callahan did not describe in any detail the nature of the violation.  Central Park has created a socially distant atmosphere within their restaurant, separating tables and adhering to the guidelines set forth by the Murphy Administration.  The violation announce comes after a very busy weekend in sports that saw the second-week action of the NFL, college football, baseball and NBA basketball playoffs.  The restaurant offers a great in-house experience for the most diehard sports fans.  Police responding to a complaint issued the owner of the bar and the manager executive order violations.

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