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Central Harlem »

Made En Harlem owner Jose Morales feels he's being stereotyped.

Park Slope »

The Chocolate Room wants to add "spark" to its menu with alcoholic drinks.

Williamsburg »

Residents said they feared the 1,000-person event space would bring traffic and noise to the area. 

East Williamsburg »

The applicant, Brooklyn Classic, filed to get a liquor license for 319 Frost St.

Central Harlem »

Bearded Lady Expresso and Mess Hall are two of several new eateries opening soon in Harlem.

Prospect Heights »

Moot Hall bar's would-be owners say Community Board 8's committee is chasing away small businesses.

East Village »

Pride and Joy BBQ is opening on First Avenue in the former Lucky Cheng's space.

Upper West Side »

The community board's business committee unanimously approved Tavern on the Green's application. 

Williamsburg »

The Blind Barber's owners adjusted their application to serve only beer and wine to appease locals.

Williamsburg »

The Urban Outfitters opening on North Sixth Street was denied a liquor license Thursday night.

Lower East Side »

The DL agreed to close its windows and roof during big parties and add an extra pane of glass to windows.

East Williamsburg »

The owners of 13 Thames St. withdrew their liquor license application.

Williamsburg »

Urban Outfitters, the Blind Barber and 104 other businesses are up for liquor licenses.

Upper East Side »

The petitions at a recent Community Board 8 meeting suggested renewed business' interest in the corridor.

Midtown »

The owners of Slake, formerly The Wall, promised to hire a sound engineer to address noise concerns.