Neighborhood-minded newcomers are beginning to crop up on staunch old Brooklyn Commmunity Boards.
After nearly a year of complaints, residents succeed in yanking the rowdy club's liquor license.
Fourteen new bars and restaurants are opening soon in the East Village and Lower East Side.
CB2 said its decision to turn down Alobar's request is in response to neighbor concerns about noise.
Tutto Il Giorno, which has locations in Sag Harbor and Southampton, will open at 114 Franklin St.
A bar in the building at 13 Thames St. would be "illegal," the tenants' lawyer said.
Soho House is proposing a new Lower East Side location for the club, which would hold numerous bar areas.
Bushwick's community board said liquor license talks were detracting from other "public safety issues."
Denny's has withdrawn its bid for a beer and wine license at its first New York City location.
Dyckman Street's MamaSushi got a preliminary OK for an expanded sidewalk cafe and liquor license renewal.
CB1 voted against a recommendation for Racks, where the servers would don skimpy bikinis.
The lawsuit accuses CB3 of forcing Boukiés into an agreement never to apply for a full liquor license.
Community Board 3 vetoed the proposed bar’s application for a liquor license Wednesday night.
A recent move by Brooklyn's Community Board 8 to bring bars to heel is putting off potential proprieters.
Tony Roma's plans to cater to a post-Barclays Arena crowd on Atlantic Avenue in Fort Greene.
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