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Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The bar near the Port Authority owed its landlord $183,000 in back rent, a rep for the city said.

Greenpoint »

The Palace Cafe has been in Geraldine Curtin's family since 1956.

Upper East Side »

Plug Uglies unveiled plans in January to take over the American Trash bar on First Avenue.

Chinatown »

The changes were outlined in a liquor license application for the space posted online.

East Village »

Penza passed away suddenly on Oct. 29, a friend said.

Gramercy »

The neighborhood bar closed last week, according to Bull's Head Tavern's Facebook page.

Upper East Side »

Subway Inn reopened Friday at its new home on 60th Street and Second Avenue.

East Village »

Former customers said the longtime St. Mark's Place bar looked different but had the "same feel."

Upper West Side »

The forthcoming Columbus Avenue nightspot intends to cater to an over-30 crowd, the owners said.

Upper East Side »

The owners of the 77-year-old dive bar reached an agreement with their landlords Tuesday.

Upper East Side »

Veteran dive bar Subway Inn will stay open until a judge decides on a new closing date.

Upper East Side »

The dive bar across the street from Bloomingdale's is under threat of closure on Aug. 20.

Upper West Side »

Owners of the 13-year-old dive bar, closing on July 31, said they are looking for a new location.

Park Slope »

The longtime neighborhood watering hole is closing its doors next month, a bartender said.

Lower East Side »

After a 23-year run Downtown, the famous dive bar is moving to Williamsburg.