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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.  

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

The Prospect-Lefferts Gardens cafe applied for a liquor license with Community Board 9 this week.

Gramercy »

CB6 will hear arguments on Feb. 25 about whether Visana, on First Ave., should get a new liquor license.

Inwood »

Cavala Cafe is now operating as a restaurant that doesn't serve alcohol, police said. 

Inwood »

The board did an about-face after pledging to support Sen. Espaillat's proposed liquor license freeze.

Prospect Heights »

Community Board 8 approved a beer and wine license for the restaurant this week.

Upper West Side »

The burger spot inside Schatzie Prime Meats plans to add 20 outdoor seats.

Bed-Stuy »

The yet-to-be-named bar had its liquor license request denied by the community board.

Nolita »

The landlord tried for years to get a liquor license so a restaurant could be in the space, to no avail.

Prospect Heights »

The Sixth Avenue bar will be located around the corner from the mini-chain's Flatbush Avenue cafe.

Bed-Stuy »

Frank Moe is planning his latest venture at Marcus Garvey Boulevard and Hancock Street.

Rego Park »

Residents have been complaining about Rumba for months.