liquor license

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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.

East Williamsburg »

A bar in the building at 13 Thames St. would be "illegal," the tenants' lawyer said.

Lower East Side »

Soho House is proposing a new Lower East Side location for the club, which would hold numerous bar areas.

Bushwick »

Bushwick's community board said liquor license talks were detracting from other "public safety issues."

Financial District »

Denny's has withdrawn its bid for a beer and wine license at its first New York City location.

Inwood »

Dyckman Street's MamaSushi got a preliminary OK for an expanded sidewalk cafe and liquor license renewal.

Astoria »

CB1 voted against a recommendation for Racks, where the servers would don skimpy bikinis.

East Village »

The lawsuit accuses CB3 of forcing Boukiés into an agreement never to apply for a full liquor license. 

East Village »

Community Board 3 vetoed the proposed bar’s application for a liquor license Wednesday night.

Prospect Heights »

A recent move by Brooklyn's Community Board 8 to bring bars to heel is putting off potential proprieters.

Fort Greene »

Tony Roma's plans to cater to a post-Barclays Arena crowd on Atlantic Avenue in Fort Greene.

Financial District »

The popular Stout NYC is opening a new bar at the corner of John and Gold streets.