Liquor Licenses

Recent Headlines
West Village »

The liquor license committee argued about discouraging top-tier chefs from coming to the neighborhood.

Bushwick »

If business owners don't show up to meetings three times, they'll be moved to the bottom of the list.

Bushwick »

Brooklyn's Community Board 4 is moving its liquor license meetings to board offices to make them public.

Inwood »

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

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Rise, a new lounge from nightlife impresario John Blair, is set to open at 859 Ninth Ave.

Long Island City »

The much-buzzed about Mu Ramen is also hoping to serve liquor soon.

Chelsea »

Locals fear Splash Sexy Boutique will bring prostitution to the neighborhood.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Hell's Kitchen residents want the gay bar Fairytail Lounge shut down.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

A new group hopes to convince Community Board 4 to stop approving liquor licenses.

East Village »

Part of the LES and East Village had 346 saloons in 1885, compared to just 74 bars today, records show.

Midtown »

Residents on and around 29th Street founded a new neighborhood association last month.

Ditmars »

The owners behind proposed Steinway Street bar Racks are set to go before Community Board 1 next week.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Space NY will hold more than 1,200 partygoers in a planned venue west of 11th Avenue.

Manhattan »

A new interactive map will plot each and every bar licensed in the city, as well as liquor violations.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Bar owner Sasha Petraske is facing stiff community opposition for a proposed "quiet" bar in Murray Hill.