The new restaurant, opening on Grove Street, will serve a $125 tasting menu that does not include sushi.
The celebrity Cronut baker is applying for a liquor license for his new spot on Seventh Avenue South.
The 123-seat venue at 5060 Broadway got the approval of CB12's liquor license committee.
King Tai Bar will open soon in a gutted one-story building next to a community garden in Crown Heights.
The Washington Avenue grilled cheese spot hopes to add alcohol to its menu after opening this fall.
Dathan Jones looks to use his experience in social work to bring change to the DeKalb Avenue bar.
The popular seafood shack will appear before Community Board 6 next week.
Mia Sushi and Steakhouse will close at 3 a.m. rather than 4 a.m. under the board's decision.
A proposed 12-seat cafe that plans to serve alcohol is not "appropriate" for the area, residents say.
The city's ethics board fined Jo Hamilton $10,660 after she got a free membership at the exclusive club.
Tygershark is one of three eateries to win approval from the Prospect Heights community board.
Lucky Cheng's will not move into 154 Ludlow St. as they had previously planned.
The Christopher Street bar was shot down by CB2 in its previous attempts to find a new home.
Anatoly Dubinsky, of Crown Heights' Franklin Park beer garden, plans to open a new venue in Bed-Stuy.
Community Board 12 voted to renew Apt. 78's liquor license after a show of support from the community.
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