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Inwood »

The popular Mexican restaurant closed on July 29, slightly more than a year after opening. 

Chelsea »

The new spot at 290 Eighth Ave. will be "a sit-down place with drag shows," its owner said.

Inwood »

Cavala Cafe's liquor license was temporarily suspended after minors bought alcohol there, the SLA said.

Williamsburg »

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

Nolita »

Dental offices are serving free wine in the waiting room to help patients calm down.

Upper West Side »

The grocery store is going after a license to sell spirits and cocktails alongside its beer and wine. 

Flatiron »

Eataly launched its Nutella Bar on Monday, offering free samples.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The Fairytail Lounge was most recently raided and closed by the NYPD on Friday, sources said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

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

SoHo »

The clubs were the site of violent fights, including a brawl between Drake and Chris Brown.

Flatiron »

Eataly Vino is offering 25 percent off all wines through Sunday, when it will close until October.

Carroll Gardens »

Buschenschank has racked up numerous neighbor complaints and violations, according to city records.    

Flatiron »

Eataly Vino will close for six months and pay a fine of $500,000.

Midtown »

The board said the terrace would disrupt neighbors with loud noise.

West Village »

Bedford Street residents are suing to keep the historic speakeasy closed for good.