Cavala Cafe's owner indicated at a State Liquour Authority hearing that he would soundproof the space.
The Mexican restaurant shuttered its Inwood storefront in July and will reopen on 181st St. in February.
The Christopher Street bar was shot down by CB2 in its previous attempts to find a new home.
Community Board 12 voted to renew Apt. 78's liquor license after a show of support from the community.
Daniel Boulud wrote a letter of support for chef Guenter Seeger's new upscale seasonal restaurant.
Uptown Social and Apt. 78 both came before CB 12's licensing committee on Wednesday.
Locals have complained about noise and crowding from Champs.
Claudette restaurant initially promised the Community Board they wouldn't have outdoor seating.
Beans and Vines will open a new location on Broadway with nearly triple its current space.
The yet-unnamed craft beer bar at 4740 Broadway is set to open by Thanksgiving, owners said.
NoVvo, formerly Hashi Sushi, was closed because the owner did not have worker's compensation coverage.
Cavala Cafe's liquor license was temporarily suspended after minors bought alcohol there, the SLA said.
Bedford Street residents are suing to keep the historic speakeasy closed for good.
Made En Harlem owner Jose Morales feels he's being stereotyped.
A new group hopes to convince Community Board 4 to stop approving liquor licenses.
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