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Clinton Hill »

Veterinary Clinic Serves Free Beer and Wine While Pets Get Checkups

Brooklyn Cares Veterinary Hospital offers free drinks to pet owners during each visit.

Gowanus »

Gowanus Whole Foods Pulls Liquor License Application After CB6 Outcry

The grocery store at Third Avenue and Third Street had planned to serve hard alcohol at its rooftop bar.

Concourse »

Bronx Museum Eyes Opening Cafe That Serves Wine and Beer

The museum is attempting to open a cafe and get a beer and wine permit.

Inwood »

Uptown Bar Trying to Open Under New Name After Liquor License Rejected

The planned bar Lumus is trying to open as Brown Sugar Restaurant and Bar after locals opposed Lumus.

East Village »

Relaunched Mars Bar to Serve Quinoa and Fresh Juice

The formerly gritty East Village dive bar will reopen with a new look and a new menu.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Hell's Kitchen Gay Bar Raided for Fourth Time Since December, Sources Say

The Fairytail Lounge was most recently raided and closed by the NYPD on Friday, sources said.

East Village »

Mars Bar to Reopen in East Village, But It Won't Be the Same, Owner Says

Mars Bar, the gritty East Village punk dive that closed in 2011, will return, but with changes.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Michelin-Rated Yakitori Restaurant Headed to Hell's Kitchen

Tori Shin hopes to open at the former home of La Silhouette on West 53rd Street.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Outdoor Bars Opening at Hudson River Park's Pier 78 This Summer

The two bars will open on Pier 78 at West 38th Street this summer, according to documents.

Inwood »

Kids' Piano Recital Space's Plan for Liquor License Opposed

La Galleria Cafe proposed operating as a recital space by day and a bar by night.

Midtown »

One57 Hotel's Liquor License Denied by Community Board

The board said the terrace would disrupt neighbors with loud noise.

Carroll Gardens »

Bar to Appoint 'Hall Monitor' for Rowdy Patrons

Brooklyn Social must appoint someone to keep drinkers quiet in its backyard, Community Board 6 said.

Park Slope »

Calexico Opens Park Slope Location After Nearly 2-Year Wait

The taco and burrito restaurant has opened on Fifth Avenue near First Street.

Financial District »

Controversial Denny's Gets Green Light to Serve Alcohol Downtown

The city's first Denny's will serve alcohol when it opens at 150 Nassau St. in May.

Central Harlem »

Harlem Condo Opposes Liquor License For Mexican Eatery on 'Restaurant Row'

Made En Harlem owner Jose Morales feels he's being stereotyped.

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