Sodo Night Club on South Tejon Street is in danger of losing its liquor license.
Representatives for Sodo have been summoned to appear before the city’s liquor board Friday for a suspension and revocation hearing.
Sodo is accused of allowing a customer remove “an unsealed alcohol container from the licensed premises” on June 11.
An employee of the club is also accused of “intentionally, knowingly or recklessly” giving police “false or misleading information” that night, according to an order to show cause and notice of hearing.
The order to show cause doesn’t provide any more information about the alleged liquor code violations.
The liquor board meeting, which starts at 9 a.m., is on the third floor of City Hall, 107 N. Nevada Ave.
The Redd Horse, a bar on South Academy Boulevard, is also in jeopardy of losing its liquor license.
The Redd Horse is accused of selling alcohol to an underage confidential informant on June 4, according to city documents.