The planned nightspot at 160 Dyckman St. already got the thumbs-down from Community Board 12.
The owners of Kazza on West 177th Street aimed for a more relaxed nightlife option in the neighborhood.
A two-block stretch of Dyckman Street is now home to 11 restaurants or bars.
The new establishment at 3964 10th Ave. was proposed by the team behind Made in Mexico a few doors down.
All talks are free and some bars will offer discounts on drinks for the occasion, organizers said.
Reynold's was one of the last Irish bars in a neighborhood once teeming with pubs.
Cairo, at 400 W. 202nd St., would open on a corridor that currently counts five similar nightclubs.
A discussion with Darryl Pinckney and the Film Forum's Orson Welles festival are among the week's picks.
DNAinfo has rounded up some tasty late-night bites that go beyond diner food or a cheesy slice.
Lorde, Ty Segall and Bob Mould are playing New York this week.
The weekend's most interesting events are here in one handy guide.
Tom Petty and others are playing live in New York City this week.
The formerly gritty East Village dive bar will reopen with a new look and a new menu.
Mars Bar, the gritty East Village punk dive that closed in 2011, will return, but with changes.
The clubs were the site of violent fights, including a brawl between Drake and Chris Brown.
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