liquor license

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Upper West Side »

Riposo 72, which locals blasted for hosting online daters, had its sidewalk liquor license approved.

Williamsburg »

Community Board 1's committee said it was against the public interest for Starbucks to serve alcohol.

Inwood »

Hashi Sushi, recently operating as NoVvo, was denied a renewal of its liquour license on Tuesday.

Bed-Stuy »

The owners of Uncle Barry's in Park Slope will open Moot Bar in Bed-Stuy.

Upper East Side »

The owner of Dandy Espresso said that struggles with finances and his landlord led the shop to close.

East Village »

The bar's owners agreed to serve just beer and wine after hearing concerns from the community.


The outlet at One Old Fulton Street will also have beer, wine and two baby-changing stations.

Clinton Hill »

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

Gowanus »

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

Concourse »

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

Inwood »

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

East Village »

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

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

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

East Village »

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

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

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