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Upper East Side »

The petitions at a recent Community Board 8 meeting suggested renewed business' interest in the corridor.

Midtown »

The owners of Slake, formerly The Wall, promised to hire a sound engineer to address noise concerns.

Lower East Side »

Soho House is applying for a liquor license for its planned location on Ludlow Street.

Meatpacking District »

Community Board 2 voted against a liquor license for Michelangelo, saying there are too many bars nearby.

Park Slope »

Community opponents prevailed in their quest against Kemistry on Wednesday.

Park Slope »

One of the men behind the controversial bar Kemistry was arrested in March on a drug-sale charge.

Prospect Heights »

After rising from the ashes of Sunburnt Calf BK this summer, Hawker Bar serves drinks in liquor limbo.

TriBeCa »

The owners of Midtown's Cafe China plan to open a new restaurant, China Blue.

TriBeCa »

Racines, a Parisian restaurant, is opening a New York outpost on Chambers Street.

Ditmars »

The owners of a proposed 'bikini bar' on Steinway Street lost their liquor license bid Tuesday.

Crown Heights »

Neighborhood-minded newcomers are beginning to crop up on staunch old Brooklyn Commmunity Boards.

Clinton Hill »

After nearly a year of complaints, residents succeed in yanking the rowdy club's liquor license.

Lower East Side »

Fourteen new bars and restaurants are opening soon in the East Village and Lower East Side.

Long Island City »

CB2 said its decision to turn down Alobar's request is in response to neighbor concerns about noise.

TriBeCa »

Tutto Il Giorno, which has locations in Sag Harbor and Southampton, will open at 114 Franklin St.