It's been closed for seven years.
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Speakeasy and carry a large gimlet.
It had been open for 70-something years before the 2007 closure, after all.
The legal documents claim that "bridge-and-tunnel partygoers" ruined their peace and quiet.
The old speakeasy has a few new opponents.
Though it's all patched up, the legendary bar has an uncertain future.
We've been down this road before, but this sounds promising.
Lots of interesting things on the agenda.
Owners say a petition claiming otherwise is nonsense.
The condo and retail space that replaced Cedar Tavern haven't had much luck.
Some long-overdue winners at last night's Community Board 2 meeting.
And more from the upcoming Community Board agendas.
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The landlord says it will more likely be early next spring.
The West Village speakeasy won't open this month, ex-cons are hanging out at a 'Sopranos' actor's pizzeria in Williamsburg, and see what Ruth Reichl wore when she reviewed restaurants for the 'Times.'