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Inwood »

Restaurant Known for Loud Parties Is Shut Down for Serving Minors

Cavala Cafe's liquor license was temporarily suspended after minors bought alcohol there, the SLA said.

West Village »

Chumley's Operator Defends Historic Bar's Return to Village

Bedford Street residents are suing to keep the historic speakeasy closed for good.

Central Harlem »

Harlem Condo Opposes Liquor License For Mexican Eatery on 'Restaurant Row'

Made En Harlem owner Jose Morales feels he's being stereotyped.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Hell's Kitchen Residents Form Group to Fight New Bars

A new group hopes to convince Community Board 4 to stop approving liquor licenses.

Hudson Square »

Chris Brown-Drake Brawl Club Hit With $10K Fine, Liquor License Suspension

The owners of Greenhouse and W.I.P. failed to keep the hotspots safe, a judge said.

Park Slope »

Kemistry Lounge Co-Owner Arrested for Allegedly Selling Drugs

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

Hunts Point »

Strip Club with Violent Past Ordered to Close as Owner Fined Nearly $300K

Club Eleven in Hunts Point was issued a stop-work order Sunday by the state Workers' Compensation Board.

Crown Heights »

Bushwick's 3rd Ward Brings Experimental Test Kitchen to Crown Heights

3rd Ward's new test kitchen/events space will open inside the Brooklyn Flea offshoot at 1000 Dean Street.

Park Slope »

Fonda Restaurant Chef Opening New Park Slope Eatery, Records Show

Fonda chef Roberto Santibañez has applied for a new liquor license at the former Beer Table space.

Prospect Heights »

Push for Earlier Closing Hours Scares Off Potential Bar Owners in Brooklyn

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

Lower East Side »

Proposed LES Latino Restaurant Denied Liquor License

The restaurant at 106 Rivington St. had its license denied after a long battle with residents.

Upper East Side »

Meatball Shop Will Draw Sauced Crowds, Residents Worry

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

West Village »

Wine Shops and 7-Elevens Among Stores Busted for Underage Alcohol Sales

High-end wine shops and convenience stores allegedly sold alcohol to underage decoys, the SLA said.

Inwood »

Troubled Inwood Nightclub Fights to Get Liquor License Back

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

SoHo »

Chef Michael White's Osteria Morini Turns to State Court in Bid to Expand

Attorneys are asking a judge to overrule an SLA decision that would likely prevent Morini from growing. 

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