Tette Club was shut down five days after a man was killed in a shooting in front of the venue.
The 34th Precinct police declined to object to the nightclub's liquor license renewal.
The new partner was a longtime customer and friend of the bar's late owner, Kenn Reisdorff.
An application submitted to a local community board for Pastis was withdrawn at the last minute.
The new bakery will open sometime next week at Columbus and West 73rd Street, the owner said.
Parties with lots of noise and light go on until 3 a.m. during the summer, locals said.
The health-conscious restaurant has been in SoHo for over 40 years, and may be on the move.
Bed-Stuy residents gave a letter of approval to Fancy Nancy but shot down bids for three other bars.
The longtime Washington Avenue diner applied for a full liquor license this week.
Cairo, at 400 W. 202nd St., would open on a corridor that currently counts five similar nightclubs.
The owners of Franklin Avenue's Breukelen Coffee House hope to open their new restaurant in April.
Boho Karaoke will move down the block to 152 Orchard St., its owner said.
The owners of Mr. Biggs on Tenth Avenue hoped to open a two-floor bar with dancing.
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.
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