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Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Hell's Kitchen Hookah Bar's Liquor License Renewed Despite Complaints

Horus Too will remain open for another year despite a history of complaints, SLA records show

Lenox Hill »

Plan to Serve Wine and Beer in Park Avenue Church Shot Down by Locals

An event company leasing space in a Park Avenue church wants a license to serve wine and beer.

Greenpoint »

Cakery Cookie Road's Second Outpost to Open in August

Cookie Road's second outpost is opening on Manhattan Avenue with beer, wine and hot food.

Washington Heights »

CB12 Committee Says Yes to Wine License Despite NYPD Objections

The Community Board 12 committee voted yes on a wine license for G69 Bar on Amsterdam Avenue.

TriBeCa »

British Gastropub Replacing Rowdy Uncle Mike's Promises to be Good Neighbor

Cricketer's Arms hopes to open at 57 Murray St. as soon as this summer.

Hudson Square »

Liquor License Reinstated at Chris Brown-Drake Brawl Club

The Hudson Square clubs WIP and Greenhouse will reopen Tuesday, a statement from the owners said.

TriBeCa »

British Gastropub Aims to Replace Shuttered Bikini Bar in TriBeCa

A gastropub called Cricketer's Arms will replace Uncle Mike's at 57 Murray St.

TriBeCa »

Uncle Mike's in TriBeCa Closes After City Cites Bar for Underage Drinking

The bikini bar at 57 Murray St. closed on July 1 after its liquor license expired.

Williamsburg »

'Station' Restaurant to Open Next to Bedford Avenue L Train Stop

The new eatery unveiled its facade at 166 N. Seventh St. this week.

Lower East Side »

Proposed East Broadway Bar Narrowly Gains Community Board Approval

A yet-to-be-named bar proposed for East Broadway has divided both the community board and residents.

TriBeCa »

Acclaimed Masa Chef Brings Upscale Japanese Cuisine to TriBeCa

Tetsu, at 78 Leonard St., is scheduled to open by January 2013.

Williamsburg »

Tender Trap Not so Tender in Neighbors' Hearts

Neighbors on South First Street say the young bar's noise is disrupting their sleep.

Chelsea »

Amy Sacco Gets Cut of Chelsea Hotspot No. 8's Profits, Owners Say

An attorney for No. 8 maintained that the new nightspot is not a reincarnation of Bungalow 8.

Williamsburg »

Suzume to Serve Sustainable Sushi on Lorimer Street

The sushi eatery will open near Second Stop Cafe and Sal's Pizza.

Washington Heights »

Councilman Wants Controversial Restaurant's Liquor License Denied

City Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez called on the SLA to deny Parrilla Steakhouse's license renewal.

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