This week's Celebrity Settings.
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Plus: Colonie opens in Brooklyn Heights, DineTonite offers unlimited restaurant savings, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
Is Sin Sin going bye-bye?
The loathed East Village bar is up for a liquor-license transfer.
Two controversial venues have been exorcised, at least temporarily.
Is the club that pitted B&T against Avenue B finally down for the count?
And more from the upcoming Community Board agendas.
Plus: Bill Clinton chooses Tom Colicchio for his birthday meal, and community farming in Queens, all in our morning news roundup.
Prepare for Le Souk Harem.
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.
There wasn't enough evidence to determine that the boîte had become overcrowded.
Is the Soho fixture planning a Le Souk–like party palace?
Both clubs are fighting the SLA's refusal to renew their liquor licenses in court.
A sobering list of everything Craigslisters left at local bars and restaurants in the past week.
The clubs are still open for now, but do they have much longer?