La Marina's proposed seating capacity was cut to 500 from 1,000 by the Parks Department.
Standard hotelier Andre Balazs brokered a deal for liquor license changes with Community Board 3.
Brooklyn Speaks is calling for 10 p.m. cutoff for booze sales at the Barclays Center.
An expansion of chef Michael White's restaurant Osteria Morini got the thumbs-down.
An UES eatery saw its beer and wine license denied after a deliveryman was seen riding on the sidewalk.
LDV Hospitality has abandoned plans to call itself Bungalow 8 and has given Amy Sacco the boot.
Mulino a Vino is opening at 279 Church St. with a sampling of high-end wines including a $4,000 bottle.
Some residents of 170 John St. worry the new restaurant will bring noise and crowds to their block.
Residents said a proposed bar is too big as a CB12 committee votes to recommend liquor license.
Bungalow 8's new owners hid the club's name to get a license for its new location, critics say.
Trump is seeking a liquor license for a new restaurant in the Trump SoHo.
Neighbors want the club's license revoked.
Inwood residents oppose a new Inwood bar and grill they fear will become a nightclub.
An earlier closing time did not win support for the proposed gallery and bar at 200 Avenue A.
A new establishment called Tavern on Third is already scheduled to open on St. Patrick's Day.
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