Bar owners stand to lose their licenses if things get too rowdy.
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Residents of 199 Bowery are mad as hell and aren't going to take the techno-thump anymore.
"In Russia, ‘pleasure’ means something else."
An SLA spokesman says "we can't just do a blanket denial for a whole class of licenses."
Events director Andy Griggs says 95 jobs are out the wazoo.
At least you don't have to pay half a million for a liquor license here.
But you'll still have to wait a few months for a liquor license.
After just four months, the controversial chef's restaurant is done.
Nevertheless, Four Loko Thursdays are over.
A couple of our favorite bureaucratic agencies are patting themselves on the back today.
Can Wells Fargo help the State Liquor Authority?
An Inwood wine bar has gone without wine for over a year.
The Williamsburg taquería's two-year-long wait for liquor is finally over.
Plus: another lawsuit for Gordon Ramsay, and Sandra Lee prepares for first lady possibilities, all in our morning news roundup.
Fifteen fights and eleven instances of drug activity in the past year.
But the silver lining: The 4 a.m. closing time may be back in vogue.
Will Harlem fall victim to new legislation seeking to close a loophole in the dreaded 200-foot law?
The nightclub's name seems ironic in light of a recent SLA closing.
Plus: Airport restaurants see crowds and yoga and food worlds collide, all in our morning news roundup.