Metro Grille Failed to Pay $44K in Taxes, Liquor License to be Auctioned

Rt. 206 Restaurant has been closed for months.

The New Jersey Treasury Department has filed four tax judgments against Burger N Brew, Inc., owners of the Metro Grille restaurant on Rt. 206, saying the business did not pay $44,169.87 in sales tax.

Coupled with the failure to pay taxes, the owning company of the Mt. Olive Township restaurant is accused of violating terms of its liquor license by not disclosing a convicted felon is one of the owners, according to a report by nj.com.

The Treasury Department’s judgments allege the restaurant did not pay taxes between September 2011 and August 2012.

Metro Grille’s liquor license is expected to be up for auction in the near future, the report said.

The restaurant is currently closed. Its website address redirects users to an error page, and its Facebook business page has had no activity on it since August 2013. 

LV Common Sense January 16, 2014 at 04:28 PM
That's really unfortunate. It was actually a really good restaurant (although a bit pricey) with a great wine list, excellent beers on tap, and had the best sushi around, although Domo 7 in Chester has improved a lot since they first opened.


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