liquor license

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Crown Heights »

King Tai Bar will open soon in a gutted one-story building next to a community garden in Crown Heights.

Prospect Heights »

The Washington Avenue grilled cheese spot hopes to add alcohol to its menu after opening this fall.

Bed-Stuy »

Dathan Jones looks to use his experience in social work to bring change to the DeKalb Avenue bar. 

Red Hook »

The popular seafood shack will appear before Community Board 6 next week.

Fort George »

Mia Sushi and Steakhouse will close at 3 a.m. rather than 4 a.m. under the board's decision.

Carroll Gardens »

A proposed 12-seat cafe that plans to serve alcohol is not "appropriate" for the area, residents say.

Meatpacking District »

The city's ethics board fined Jo Hamilton $10,660 after she got a free membership at the exclusive club.

Prospect Heights »

Tygershark is one of three eateries to win approval from the Prospect Heights community board.

Lower East Side »

Lucky Cheng's will not move into 154 Ludlow St. as they had previously planned.

West Village »

The Christopher Street bar was shot down by CB2 in its previous attempts to find a new home.

Bed-Stuy »

Anatoly Dubinsky, of Crown Heights' Franklin Park beer garden, plans to open a new venue in Bed-Stuy.

Fort George »

Community Board 12 voted to renew Apt. 78's liquor license after a show of support from the community.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

The owner of Little Buttercup hopes to open the dessert-and-drinks spot early next year, she said.

Crown Heights »

The neighborhood's community board approved three liquor license applications Thursday night.

Washington Heights »

Uptown Social and Apt. 78 both came before CB 12's licensing committee on Wednesday.