Q: IN CONN. DOES BARTENDER STILL HAVE THE RIGHT TO SERVE OR NOT a person
A: You can refuse alcohol to any person as long as it is not arbitrary or discriminatory. You can refuse alcohol to someone you deem to be underage, unreasonably rowdy, that exceeds your building's capacity and still wants to enter, if your kitchen or bar is already closing, or someone who is too inebriated to drink more. Some bartenders keep a log of people they refuse service to. This allows you to keep a record of your observations and reason for refusing service when you chose to refuse service in case that person files a complaint at some later date.
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