Meanwhile, the hot spot is making $20,000 a night.
Can the long-awaited project from a former Babbo sous-chef break the curse of the Nightmare on Kenmare?
Plus, the Mott's liquor license is recommended for denial.
But are they playing fast and loose with BYOB laws?
Tips and tricks for keeping New York's hottest new gastrolounge off your block.
Will Guarnaschelli actually be cooking in Butter's next one, or is it another 1Oak?
Plus, Sound Fix finds a new home in a building that will also hold a barbecue restaurant.
Plus, more from last night's Community Board 3 licensing meeting.
Le Souk's owner tells us he plans to fight to reopen, and if anyone doesn't think he's a restaurant, he has the bills to prove otherwise.
And more from last night's CB2 SLA committee meeting.
“Attention Cooper Square Hotel douchebags ... ”
A recap of last night's Community Board 3 licensing-committee meeting.
Plus, Don't Tell Mama wants the Manor space.
Plus, more news from last night's community-board showdown.
Plus, more from last night's meeting.
Markowitz offers a reality check to Brooklyn's increasingly strict CB2.