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West Village »

The eatery, accessible through an unmarked door, is fighting for the right to serve booze.

West Village »

The club on the West Side Highway would replace a 24-hour adult video store.

Lower East Side »

Owners of a proposed restaurant for 106 Rivington St. say they are filling a void.

Bushwick »

The tent has been serving liquor illegally, the owners admitted.

Inwood »

The SLA has delayed its Dyckman Street Papasito licensing decision until Dec. 5. 

Inwood »

Community Board 12 gave new Inwood nightclub Cairo preliminary approval for a full liquor license.

Inwood »

Uptown nightclub Cairo is trying to open its doors again after its liquor license was denied in 2010.

Inwood »

New York State Liquor Authority delays deciding on Papasito's liquor license until Sept. 28.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The proposed 275-person location will have a rooftop, documents show.

East Village »

Former bakery Jane's Sweet Buns transformed into Proletariat without community input, leaders said.

Midtown »

The Blarney Rock plans to expand a build a rooftop bar and dining area by the fall.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Horus Too will remain open for another year despite a history of complaints, SLA records show

Lenox Hill »

An event company leasing space in a Park Avenue church wants a license to serve wine and beer.

Inwood »

CB12's economic development committee approved Corcho's sidewalk cafe application.

TriBeCa »

Cricketer's Arms hopes to open at 57 Murray St. as soon as this summer.