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Astoria »

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

East Williamsburg »

Shea Stadium has to close while dealing with "permitting issues," its owners said on Facebook.

Williamsburg »

Chelsea and Williamsburg each got 22 new bars, restaurants and clubs with full liquor licenses.

Inwood »

Community Board 12 still approved licenses under the "moratorium" before rejecting it in September.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The chain's owner agreed to close at 2 a.m. after residents spoke out against a 4 a.m. closing time.

Lower East Side »

Jesse Danoff said the complaints regarding noise and illegal activity are mostly "slander."

Washington Heights »

State Sen. Adriano Espaillat has been pushing legislation to freeze new liquor licenses in Inwood. 

East Village »

Community members came out in droves to oppose a new venture connected to the controversial club. 

West Village »

The State Liquor Authority will hold a hearing because of opposition voiced about Chumley's.

Inwood »

CB 12 voted not to support the liquor application for a new restaurant in Inwood.  

Inwood »

Cavala Cafe is now operating as a restaurant that doesn't serve alcohol, police said. 

Chinatown »

Despite some opposition, Community Board 3's SLA committee sided with the owners of a new restaurant.

Inwood »

Uptown outpaced the East Village for the number of "all-night" permits granted by the SLA, records show.

Williamsburg »

The municipal has your birthdate on it, but technically it's not a valid proof of age, officials say.

Inwood »

State Sen. Espaillat has proposed legislation calling for a moratorium on new liquor licenses.