County Fines Pinstripes in North Bethesda for COVID-19 Violation

Montgomery County fined Pinstripes, a bowling alley and restaurant in the Pike & Rose development located in North Bethesda, for COVID-19 violations last Saturday, Oct. 17.

Pinstripes failed to comply with Montgomery County executive order 117-20, according to the citation, and received a $500. The inspection report wrote up the business for violating “social distancing” and “mask wearing” rules.

Manager Tanner King spoke with MyMCMedia saying Pinstripes is handling all of the safety procedures and is following local and state mandated laws.

The bowling alley continues to be open as well as their dine-in and curbside pickup.

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Sydney Bullock is a senior Multimedia Journalism major at the University of Maryland. You can reach her sbullock@mymcmedia.org or on twitter @sydxbull.

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