High-profile Spring Studios, slated to open at 50 Varick St., is having trouble winning over CB1.
Converted Chocolate Factory residents in Clinton Hill want Club Touche to lose its liquor license.
Residents of 145 E. 15th St. complain of SideBar patrons who urinate and leave litter in their garden.
Calvin Clark received support from Brooklyn's Community Board 3 to get a liquor license for Bedford Hall.
Locals on Second Avenue at East 76th Street worry noisy bar-goers will cause problems.
The board withholds liquor license applications from the public illegally, state officials said.
Vin-Tich's license was yanked by the state in January after years of security problems.
The board has asked the state to close or deny licenses to Ebony Lounge, Club Eleven and Club Heat.
The restaurant was hit with Department of Buildings violations for illegally operating as a nightclub.
The new Chelsea location of the combo bar and arcade is set to open by mid-summer, owners said.
Lawyers for a proposed pub argue the New York City Baha'i Center is not exclusively a place of worship.
Popular Franklin Avenue cafe Breukelen looks to expand its audience with alcohol and events
Molasses Books is celebrating its new liquor license with a party this weekend.
The former Desmond Tutu Hotel will bring back its fired workers after it reopens as the Highline Hotel.
The hugely popular bar-arcade combo is hoping to open on West 24th Street.
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