The grocery store is going after a license to sell spirits and cocktails alongside its beer and wine.
A Community Board 4 committee unanimously voted against Splosh Sexy Boutique's liquor license.
A new group hopes to convince Community Board 4 to stop approving liquor licenses.
The DL agreed to close its windows and roof during big parties and add an extra pane of glass to windows.
The city predicts businesses will lose out on $20 million in revenue because Fleet Week was canceled.
The New York City Hospitality Alliance is hoping the city will change its plan for new enforcement rules.
The new Chelsea location of the combo bar and arcade is set to open by mid-summer, owners said.
Space NY will hold more than 1,200 partygoers in a planned venue west of 11th Avenue.
Gone are the days of long, cool-looking lineups outside of popular clubs.
An attorney for No. 8 maintained that the new nightspot is not a reincarnation of Bungalow 8.
Restaurateur Antonio Fuccio hopes to open an outpost of Georgica Restaurant at the space.
The Whitney Contemporaries hosted an afterparty at the West 16 Street club using the Bungalow 8 name.
In the tense vote, the board laid out affordable housing as a prerequisite for the project.
Incidents included a drunk man who smashed a marble table at the neighboring 414 Hotel, its manager said.
Bungalow 8's new owners hid the club's name to get a license for its new location, critics say.
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