It’s no longer in business, but that didn’t stop a panel of federal appellate judges from stripping an adult entertainment club of its prior ability to sell alcohol outside the hours specified in a city ordinance.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit ruled Thursday that under Georgia law, a city of Chamblee February 2018 ordinance that limited business hours of operation and alcohol sales, did not impair or restrict Follies strip club’s vested property right, tied to an alcohol license.