A.   No person under the age of eighteen (18) years shall be employed in any rooms constituting the place in which intoxicating liquors or 3.2 percent malt liquor are sold at retail on-sale, except that persons under the age of eighteen (18) may be employed as musicians or to perform the duties of a bus person, host or dishwashing services in places defined as a restaurant, hotel, motel or other multipurpose building serving food in rooms in which intoxicating liquors or 3.2 percent malt liquor are sold at retail on-sale.
   B.   No person under the age of twenty one (21) years may enter a licensed establishment except to work, consume meals on premises that qualify as a restaurant, hotel, club or bowling alley, or attend social functions that are held in a portion of the premises where liquor is not sold, and then only if accompanied by a parent or legal guardian, except as listed in Minnesota Statutes 340A.503, subdivision 4(b), as it may be amended from time to time. This subsection shall not apply to that portion of the licensed premises designated by the licensee as a "party room" if the following conditions have been met:
      1.   The licensee has previously designated the area as a party room by a written description filed with and accepted by the City Administrator;
      2.   The licensee has previously informed the Chief of Police of a specific party to be held in the party room when minors will be present. If the Chief of Police determines security for such party to be appropriate, the licensee shall reimburse the costs of such security. (Ord. 78, 6th Series, eff. 7-6-2015)