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Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

The owner of Little Buttercup hopes to open the dessert-and-drinks spot early next year, she said.

Crown Heights »

The neighborhood's community board approved three liquor license applications Thursday night.

Washington Heights »

Uptown Social and Apt. 78 both came before CB 12's licensing committee on Wednesday.

Upper West Side »

Riposo 72, which locals blasted for hosting online daters, had its sidewalk liquor license approved.

Williamsburg »

Community Board 1's committee said it was against the public interest for Starbucks to serve alcohol.

Inwood »

Hashi Sushi, recently operating as NoVvo, was denied a renewal of its liquour license on Tuesday.

Bed-Stuy »

The owners of Uncle Barry's in Park Slope will open Moot Bar in Bed-Stuy.

Upper East Side »

The owner of Dandy Espresso said that struggles with finances and his landlord led the shop to close.

East Village »

The bar's owners agreed to serve just beer and wine after hearing concerns from the community.

DUMBO »

The outlet at One Old Fulton Street will also have beer, wine and two baby-changing stations.

Clinton Hill »

Brooklyn Cares Veterinary Hospital offers free drinks to pet owners during each visit.

Gowanus »

The grocery store at Third Avenue and Third Street had planned to serve hard alcohol at its rooftop bar.

Concourse »

The museum is attempting to open a cafe and get a beer and wine permit.

Inwood »

The planned bar Lumus is trying to open as Brown Sugar Restaurant and Bar after locals opposed Lumus.

East Village »

The formerly gritty East Village dive bar will reopen with a new look and a new menu.