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New York State Liquor Authority

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Astoria »

Officials canceled the liquor license for Aces, calling the club a "focal point for police attention."

Lower East Side »

The NYPD issued 20 violations against the bar while the SLA has issued five.

Charleston »

Curves Gentlemen's Club is in danger of losing its liquor license for not serving food.

Astoria »

Club Purlieu closed about two weeks ago, according to an attorney for the owners.

Fort Greene »

Chuck E. Cheese's at Atlantic Terminal wants the liquor license to appeal to millennial parents.

Gramercy »

CB6's Business and Street Affairs committee voted to oppose a liquor license for the new cafe.

East Village »

Officials asked the SLA and SantaCon to adopt measures to mitigate the effects of the annual event.

East Village »

Lit Lounge may divide its space for a new bar on the ground floor, said one of the club's new owners.

Astoria »

CB1 gave approval for a cabaret license on the agreement that there will be no topless entertainment.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The Intrepid Museum wants to serve liquor, beer and wine to its passengers in three areas.

Inwood »

Cavala Cafe is facing 17 charges, including misrepresenting aspects of the business.

Lower East Side »

The bar was operating contrary to its liquor license application and had numerous building violations.

Hunts Point »

The SLA took away Platinum Pleasures' liquor license in 2013 due in part to violence at the club.

SoHo »

Greenhouse and W.i.P were plagued by violence, including a brawl between Chris Brown and Drake.

Williamsburg »

An agenda for a Community Board 1 meeting said that the company applied for a new liquor license.