liquor license

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Upper West Side »

Community Board 7 denied a liquor license for a restaurant at the base of a hotel on Riverside Drive. 

Financial District »

The massive Italian food market is hoping to open in April 2016, a representative said.

Inwood »

The proposal, announced Thursday, comes amid an increase in noise complaints.

Lower East Side »

The board voted against the Rivington Street bar citing resident complaints and its violation history.

Crown Heights »

Despite concerns from locals, the area's community board approved the changes at the Bedford Avenue bar.

Grant City »

Parker's Pub, at 130 Lincoln Ave., got the OK from the community board for its liquor license.

Bushwick »

Seth Piracci wants to open a bar at 1446 Myrtle Ave. by next year.

Prospect Heights »

The new restaurant will have a full bar, seating for about 50 people and a rear patio.

West Village »

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

East Village »

The bar was closed for “much needed deep cleaning and even more crucial maintenance and repairs."

Chinatown »

Residents said they're concerned about quality of life issues and the bar's impact on the community.

West Village »

Vincent Chirico wants out of his lease after neighbors opposed having a restaurant in their building.

Williamsburg »

After 4 p.m., the North Seventh Street outpost will serve beer, wine and small plates.

Williamsburg »

Borough President Eric Adams urged the SLA to approve a license for a restaurant that hundreds oppose.

Meatpacking District »

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