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Williamsburg »

After 4 p.m., the North Seventh Street outpost will serve beer, wine and small plates.

Williamsburg »

Borough President Eric Adams urged the SLA to approve a license for a restaurant that hundreds oppose.

Meatpacking District »

A new restaurant on Eighth Avenue will serve authentic piadina imported from Italy, the owner said.

Inwood »

The planned nightspot at 160 Dyckman St. already got the thumbs-down from Community Board 12.

Upper West Side »

Community Board 7 voted to approve Jacob's Pickles plan for an underground bar.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The former home of Anthony Bourdain has applied for a liquor license at a Ninth Avenue spot.

Crown Heights »

CB9 approved the bar's liquor license application despite neighbors who opposed it.

Crown Heights »

Liquor and beer were confiscated from the June 12 party at Wild Whiskey Warthog in Crown Heights.

Crown Heights »

The Korean fusion restaurant Bunsmith opened Friday in the place of Docklands in Crown Heights.

Washington Heights »

The Broadway bar has had run-ins with police in the past.

Nolita »

Chef Ryan Hardy got the greenlight from tenants at 86 Kenmare St. to move forward with a new eatery.

Nolita »

Chef Ryan Hardy's lawyer told the tenants' attorney in an email they would bypass the community board.

Nolita »

Community Board 2's SLA committee voted to deny liquor license upgrades to Piacere and Little Rascal.

Upper West Side »

The popular restaurant wants to add a bar in its basement that's accessible only by reservation.

Inwood »

The new establishment at 3964 10th Ave. was proposed by the team behind Made in Mexico a few doors down.