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Vinegar Hill »

84 Kings is looking to open an LGBTQ art and event space at 50 Gold Street in Vinegar Hill.

Charleston »

Curves Gentlemen's Club is in danger of losing its liquor license for not serving food.

Nolita »

The TriBeCa-based eatery wants to serve cocktails at the museum.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The chain's owner agreed to close at 2 a.m. after residents spoke out against a 4 a.m. closing time.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The restaurant's outpost on Ninth Avenue will be the eatery's seventh location in the city.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Michael Jacober says the new Rogers Avenue spot will be triple the size of the Franklin Avenue eatery.

Lower East Side »

The resolution reinforces the board's commitment to a law meant to prevent liquor license saturation.

Greenwich Village »

The board sided with neighbors who wouldn't agree to let the chef close at 10:30 p.m. instead of 10 p.m.

Crown Heights »

The northern Thai eatery is looking at a spot on Sterling Place near Bedford Avenue, its owners said.

Fort Greene »

Chuck E. Cheese's at Atlantic Terminal wants the liquor license to appeal to millennial parents.

Crown Heights »

The pub's Crown Heights block, just south of Eastern Parkway, has attracted three new bars in a year.

Crown Heights »

Residents with the Crown Heights Tenant Union spoke out about the bar at a community board Tuesday.

Inwood »

CB 12 voted not to support the liquor application for a new restaurant in Inwood.