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Upper West Side »

The grocery store is going after a license to sell spirits and cocktails alongside its beer and wine. 

Chelsea »

A Community Board 4 committee unanimously voted against Splosh Sexy Boutique's liquor license.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

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

Lower East Side »

The DL agreed to close its windows and roof during big parties and add an extra pane of glass to windows.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The city predicts businesses will lose out on $20 million in revenue because Fleet Week was canceled.

New York City »

The New York City Hospitality Alliance is hoping the city will change its plan for new enforcement rules.

Chelsea »

The new Chelsea location of the combo bar and arcade is set to open by mid-summer, owners said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Space NY will hold more than 1,200 partygoers in a planned venue west of 11th Avenue.

Chelsea »

Gone are the days of long, cool-looking lineups outside of popular clubs.

Chelsea »

An attorney for No. 8 maintained that the new nightspot is not a reincarnation of Bungalow 8.

Chelsea »

Restaurateur Antonio Fuccio hopes to open an outpost of Georgica Restaurant at the space.

Chelsea »

The Whitney Contemporaries hosted an afterparty at the West 16 Street club using the Bungalow 8 name.

Chelsea »

In the tense vote, the board laid out affordable housing as a prerequisite for the project.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Incidents included a drunk man who smashed a marble table at the neighboring 414 Hotel, its manager said.

Chelsea »

Bungalow 8's new owners hid the club's name to get a license for its new location, critics say.