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West Village »

Prohibition-Era Law May Prevent Japanese Restaurant from Serving Soju

Hakata Tonton wants to expand into the space previously occupied by drag bar Boots & Saddle.

West Village »

Community Board Architect Not Allowed To Take On Restaurant Project

An architect on the community board learned she could not work on a project under the board's review.

West Village »

Architect Proposes Leaving Arch Off of One If By Land, Two If By Sea

One If By Land, Two If By Sea's owners took the restaurant's archway down without the city's permission.

Greenwich Village »

New Plans for Bowlmor Lanes Development Show Design For 23-Story Tower

Plans filed with the Department of Buildings show how the Billy Macklowe development will look.

West Village »

'Garage' Will Close By End of the Year as its Building Goes up for Lease

A broker for the Seventh Avenue South space said Garage's lease expires at the end of this year.

SoHo »

Sullivan Street Cafe Finally Wins Community Board Approval for Wine License

It took five tries, but Once Upon a Tart got the OK from Community Board 2 for its application.

Greenwich Village »

Pommes Frites Clashes With Community Board Over Late-Night Drinking

Community Board 2 wants the State Liquor Authority to deny the fry shop a beer and wine license.

West Village »

Plan to Make Park Outside Stonewall Inn a National Monument Inches Forward

Community Board 2 issued a resolution asking the National Parks Service to consider the site.

Meatpacking District »

Family Brings Special Italian Bread From Fellini's Hometown to Eighth Ave

A new restaurant on Eighth Avenue will serve authentic piadina imported from Italy, the owner said.

Brooklyn Heights »

Community Board OKs Sale of Brooklyn Heights Library to Condo Developer

Hudson Companies seeks to purchase the property for $52 million.

Brooklyn Heights »

Community Board 2 to Vote on Brooklyn Heights Library Sale

The board's land use committee last month voted to approve the sale with conditions.

Nolita »

Charlie Bird Restaurateur Reaches Agreement With New Neighbors

Chef Ryan Hardy got the greenlight from tenants at 86 Kenmare St. to move forward with a new eatery.

Nolita »

Charlie Bird Restaurateur Reneged on Agreement With Neighbors, Tenants Say

Chef Ryan Hardy's lawyer told the tenants' attorney in an email they would bypass the community board.

Nolita »

Board Says No Liquor License for Nolita Eateries Despite Community Support

Community Board 2's SLA committee voted to deny liquor license upgrades to Piacere and Little Rascal.

Greenwich Village »

Drummers Could Be Banned From Washington Square Park, Report Says

Washington Square Park advocates worry that over-regulation will change the park's musical character.