Huddle vs TABC

Bar owner upset by problems caused by employee’s alleged actions

Kimberly Rubio

Assistant editor

The Huddle Sports Bar operator Jose Manuel Ramos is contesting the Texas Alcohol and Beverage Commission’s decision to cancel his liquor permit after a longtime barback was arrested on drug charges during her shift one week ago today. His North Getty Street business remains open, despite an earlier story that reported TABC shut it down after a raid and subsequent arrests.

TABC’s grounds for revoking The Huddle’s license to sell liquor include the allegations surrounding the raid, but Ramos maintains his innocence. He says TABC has no evidence against him because he is a law-abiding citizen.

‘The cocaine they found in a bag was in her purse. It belonged to her.’

Jose Manuel Ramos

The Huddle Sports Bar

“All my life, I do the right thing,” Ramos said. “The cocaine they found in a bag was in her purse. It belonged to her.”


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