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Midtown »

Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed legislation Wednesday easing the state's liquor laws. 

Midtown »

The thief went behind the bar and stashed liquor bottles in a backpack and a sack, the NYPD said.

Greenpoint »

Hail Mary is slated to open up by the end of May.

Washington Heights »

Landlord Gerard Leibman claims he lost $1.9 million to accused fraudster Hamlet Peralta.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The thief broke into White Oak Oyster Bar & Cocktail Lounge three times last month, police said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The suspect hit White Oak Oyster Bar & Cocktail Lounge three times over four days, the NYPD said.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

The Nostrand Avenue wine and spirits shop plans to offer free delivery, tastings and pairing tips.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The Intrepid Museum wants to serve liquor, beer and wine to its passengers in three areas.

Chelsea »

A thief snatched $367 worth of liquor from the bar inside of Scarpetta restaurant, police said.

Clinton Hill »

Abdo Najem decided to open his own spot when Downtown Bar & Grill closed to make way for Rag & Bone.

Prospect Heights »

The Park Slope pair behind Bar Toto plans to open Ogliastro, a new pizzeria on Washington Avenue.

South Street Seaport »

The owners of the shuttered Beekman Beer Garden are running a food truck with booze and snacks.

Prospect Heights »

The owners of Uncle Barry's have withdrawn their Prospect Heights liquor application twice.

Hunts Point »

Since losing its license, Platinum Pleasures has tried to secretly sell alcohol, police say.

Crown Heights »

A new thrift shop has earned the ire of its Franklin Ave. neighbors by applying for a liquor license.