GLENDALE — The owner of the Minx Restaurant and Lounge has agreed to get permits before any dance and live music event, capping off a city-imposed clampdown after several raucous incidents.
If the Minx wants to host dancing or a deejay, the owner must receive dance and live entertainment permits from the city. The Minx, at 300 Harvey Drive, cannot allow live entertainment or dancing if the permits are denied, according to an agreement reached with the city in Los Angeles County Superior Court.
An agreement was reached Friday and approved by Superior Court Judge David Milton.
“I am pleased that the agreement that we have protects the interests of the city,” City Atty. Scott Howard said. “We’ll hopefully have Minx manners under control in a way that does not result in constant calls for police and other emergency services. It will not be a detriment to the city, and they will not be a nuisance to the neighbors, and hopefully they can continue on with a reasonable business that complies with the code.”