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Underage drinking

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Inwood »

Viva Tapas Bar and Lounge was closed after three separate incidents of underage drinking, officials say.

Lower East Side »

The bar and the city settled for "a few thousand dollars" and an agreement not to serve minors.

Lower East Side »

Police caught bartenders serving alcohol to underage customers, court documents show.

Fort George »

Mia Sushi and Steakhouse will close at 3 a.m. rather than 4 a.m. under the board's decision.

Inwood »

Uptown Social and Maja's Tapas Bar were both cited by police from the 34th Precinct last week.

Inwood »

Cavala Cafe's owner indicated at a State Liquour Authority hearing that he would soundproof the space.

Inwood »

NoVvo, formerly Hashi Sushi, was closed because the owner did not have worker's compensation coverage.

Inwood »

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

West Village »

High-end wine shops and convenience stores allegedly sold alcohol to underage decoys, the SLA said.

Gowanus »

The city says booze was sold illegally at a building housing an under-the-radar wrestling club.

Inwood »

Borough President Scott Stringer plans to push the State Liquor Authority to close Papasito.

TriBeCa »

The bikini bar at 57 Murray St. closed on July 1 after its liquor license expired.

Breezy Point »

Anthony and Claire Reyes of Breezy Point were arrested for serving alcohol to minors.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Bars near NYU said Thursday they are welcoming the influx of students with open arms and full glasses.

Manhattan »

Thirty-seven grocery stores in Manhattan were recently busted for selling alcohol to underage customers, the State Liquor Authority announced Friday.