Community Board 3 may support new establishments that close early and serve just wine and beer.
As Canz sorts through its liquor license issues, it finds support in an unlikely place.
CB12 voted to recommend against a Mamajuana liquor license application for a new Italian restaurant.
Canz a Citi Roadhouse is heading to the local community board for a discussion of its liquor license.
Ristorante Settepanni and Chez Lucienne both say the proposal would hurt business.
Keith Masco called CB3 "fascist" for rejecting a beer and wine license for B.A.D. Burger on Avenue A.
Stone Street bar owner gets first OK to take over problematic Red Sky Lounge after promise to build wall.
The State Liquor Authority says Papasito sold alcohol to patrons as young as 18 years old.
Vudu Lounge manager Michael Stein went back to the drawing board after community outcry.
Papasito restaurant, which infuriated neighbors with noise, owes $27,000 in back rent, its landlords say.
A planned Harlem outpost of the Village's The Pink Tea Cup will now become Auberge Laurent.
Community Board 10 is weighing whether to require Harlem bars close at 2 a.m. instead of 4 a.m.
Canz a City Roadhouse angered community members by opening in October without a liquor license.
Eighth Avenue's Milford Plaza Hotel is planning a new rooftop lounge to serve the post-theater crowd.
Residents complained of rowdy patrons at Red Sky who keep them awake at night and urinate on the street.
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