State Sen. Jeff Klein and Assemblyman Marcos Crespo are fighting Platinum Pleasures' reopening.
Documents obtained by DNAinfo New York show plans for a highly stylized eatery from an AvroKO exec.
Parties with lots of noise and light go on until 3 a.m. during the summer, locals said.
The former home of Veranda on Seventh Ave. South will be replaced by six stories of condos and retail.
Bed-Stuy residents gave a letter of approval to Fancy Nancy but shot down bids for three other bars.
Cairo, at 400 W. 202nd St., would open on a corridor that currently counts five similar nightclubs.
Cavala Cafe's owner indicated at a State Liquour Authority hearing that he would soundproof the space.
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.
Riposo 72, which locals blasted for hosting online daters, had its sidewalk liquor license approved.
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.
A flier notifying neighbors was not clear enough about being a Starbucks, the board said.
Hashi Sushi, recently operating as NoVvo, was denied a renewal of its liquour license on Tuesday.
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