The downtown Cleveland bar where a woman fell on St. Patrick’s Day has just been cited.

The citation, from the Department of Public Safety, shows the owner of Spirits has been charged with serving intoxicating alcohol to a person under the age of 21.

An inspection conducted on Friday, March 17, found non-compliance of balcony railings.

Other inspection reports we reviewed found the club was cited on February 25 for overcrowding. The owner remedied that situation immediately.

The bar has been closed since the accident.

The victim, whose name has not been released, remains in critical condition according to MetroHealth Hospital spokesperson Tina Adrundel.

Spirits is a bar and restaurant that opened in August of 2015. It calls itself downtown Cleveland’s “newest hot spot to eat, drink, and dance.”

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