liquor license

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TriBeCa »

The Chelsea hot spot, which serves breakfast until 5 p.m., is slated to open in TriBeCa.

Bushwick »

The Bushwick community board has begun to tell bars and eateries to stop serving liquor after midnight.

NoHo »

The Food Network regular is resurrecting his former Flatiron District Spanish eatery Bolo.

Bushwick »

Bushwick's Community Board 4 has begun disclosing information after DNAinfo.com reported the practice.

TriBeCa »

High-profile Spring Studios, slated to open at 50 Varick St., is having trouble winning over CB1.

Clinton Hill »

Converted Chocolate Factory residents in Clinton Hill want Club Touche to lose its liquor license.

Union Square »

Residents of 145 E. 15th St. complain of SideBar patrons who urinate and leave litter in their garden.

Bed-Stuy »

Calvin Clark received support from Brooklyn's Community Board 3 to get a liquor license for Bedford Hall.

Upper East Side »

Locals on Second Avenue at East 76th Street worry noisy bar-goers will cause problems.

Bushwick »

The board withholds liquor license applications from the public illegally, state officials said.

Inwood »

Vin-Tich's license was yanked by the state in January after years of security problems.

Hunts Point »

The board has asked the state to close or deny licenses to Ebony Lounge, Club Eleven and Club Heat.

West Village »

The restaurant was hit with Department of Buildings violations for illegally operating as a nightclub.

Chelsea »

The new Chelsea location of the combo bar and arcade is set to open by mid-summer, owners said.

Greenwich Village »

Lawyers for a proposed pub argue the New York City Baha'i Center is not exclusively a place of worship.