The Boston Licensing Board has ordered a six-day license suspension for Agoros Bar and Grill on Chestnut Hill Avenue after yet another hearing on a young'un found with a drink in hand.
That's on top of separate five-day and one-day suspensions the board had earlier ordered for similar incidents involving underage BC students at the pizza place, which is now barely a year old. The board employs a system of "progressive" suspensions - each new suspension is harsher than the one that came before it.
Next week, the board holds a hearing to determine whether to roll back the restaurant's current 1 a.m. closing time because of all the incidents.
At the hearing on a vodka-swilling 20-year-old last week, Agoros' owner and attorney said its days of letting too-young BC students in for drinks were over, now that the place no longer employs BC students, has acquired a sophisticated scanner that supposedly "intimidates" the pre-21 crowd and taken steps to keep kids from sneaking from the by-the-slice area into the bar area.