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Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

New Chelsea Hotel Gets Liquor License Despite Community Board Denial

Community board members say that boutique Hotel Americano went around them in getting their liquor license.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Hell's Kitchen Gastropub Gets Rid of Sidewalk Cafe

Albert Hall has shut down an unsanctioned sidewalk cafe that community board members said was illegal.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Bakery Plans Stall for Controversial Former Club Space in East Village

A plan to open a bakery in a former club space on Second Avenue has been been scrapped, the owner said.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Controversial Avenue A Bar Space for Rent

The owner of 34 Avenue A is seeking a new tenant after plans for a music venue were shot down.

Midtown & Theater District »

Controversial Nightclub Roam Hit With $20,000 in Fines

The Flatiron club could be shut down if it doesn't pay.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Village Gay Bar Wins Community Board Support for Liquor License

The gay bar Pieces, a West Village staple for 18 years, won conditional approval of a liquor license for their proposed new location at a community meeting Thursday.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Chamber of Commerce Throws Support Behind Gay Bar's Relocation

The Greenwich Village-Chelsea Chamber of Commerce is supporting the relocation of longstanding gay bar Pieces to an economically struggling West Eighth Street.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Art-Themed Bar Backers Bypass Community Board for Liquor License

Backers of the "art bar" went directly to the SLA after being roundly rejected by the community board.

Downtown »

'Funky' Danish Cafe Comes to TriBeCa

The Danish restaurant Copenhagen/Aamann will open at 13 Laight St. in October 2011.

East Village & Lower East Side »

New Rooftop Bar, Controversial Bakery Seek Liquor Licenses

Community Board 3 recently unveiled its July agenda for new liquor license applications.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Board Rejects Washington Heights Sports Bar's Liquor License

CB12 said no to the request from La Esperanza Sports Bar after the owner wouldn't scale back its license request.

Downtown »

The Guys Behind Five Guys Bring Upscale Steakhouse to Seaport

The new restaurant, called The Fighting Chair, comes from the entrepreneurs who brought Five Guys to Manhattan.

Manhattan »

Bryant Park Beer and Wine Service Nixed

A last-minute erosion of support among Bryant Park's partners means no wine or beer for moviegoers, officials said.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Food Truck to Begin Serving Alcohol — Whenever Booze Arrives

Pera's Turkish Taco Truck is the first truck with permission to serve wine, beer and cocktails.

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