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Astoria »

Officials canceled the liquor license for Aces, calling the club a "focal point for police attention."

Garment District »

Burger King currently serves beer at one of its eateries in the Financial District.

East Williamsburg »

This is the second time CityFox party promoters got denied a liquor license for the venue Avant Gardner.

Upper East Side »

La Nuit is requesting a liquor license renewal, but residents want the club out of the neighborhood.

Yorkville »

A seafood bar and restaurant is planned for the space formerly home to Pat O'Briens at 1701 Second Ave.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Twenty-four members of CB4 voted in favor of Rise Bar's application, overriding 10 votes in opposition.

Inwood »

Community Board 12 still approved licenses under the "moratorium" before rejecting it in September.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Neighbors claim Rise Bar wasn't transparent about its plans to host noisy karaoke nights and drag shows.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The owners of the now-defunct OUT Hotel are planning to "drastically" revamp the space.

Upper East Side »

Community Board 8's street life committee did not support Lava NYC's request for a new liquor license. 

Prospect Heights »

The popular Williamsburg-based restaurant is coming to Prospect Heights this spring, its owner said.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

The regional Italian restaurant will open "Da Ciro on Nostrand" in 2017, its owners said.

Upper West Side »

Jake's Dilemma will have more space to rent out for private parties, its owner said. 

Vinegar Hill »

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