Avenue Grille temporarily shut down for noncompliance of COVID-19 safety guidelines

AVENUE GRILLE of North Providence received an immediate compliance order July 7 from the R.I. Department of Business Regulation and forced to close temporarily until the restaurant implements safety measures to meet the state's COVID-19 guidelines. / COURTESY GOOGLE INC.
AVENUE GRILLE of North Providence received an immediate compliance order on July 8 from the R.I. Department of Business Regulation and was forced to close temporarily until the restaurant implements safety measures to meet the state's COVID-19 guidelines. / COURTESY GOOGLE INC.
PROVIDENCE – A second business has received an immediate compliance order from the R.I. Department of Business Regulation and has been forced to close until its owner implements the state’s COVID-19 regulations for safe operation. North Providence-based Avenue Grille received the order July 8, according to DBR’s COVID-19 Compliance Orders transparency portal, after state inspectors…

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