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Public Wants a Five-Seat Bar With Separate Entrance, CB2 Says Nope
Back to square one.
Deserves a ‘Beard’ Award
Architect Ron Castellano let his beard grow while he waited on the Department of Buildings. It got to be a hairy situation.
Fathom Seafood House Gets Zoning Approval; Eyes First Week of February For an
With the last of the red tape out of his way, Stollenwerk expects to open his long delayed restaurant in about two weeks.
Bloomberg Vows to Ease Fines, Cut Red Tape
Now this is a step in the right direction …
Mad As Hell
Friedman, Becker, McNally Team Up to Fight ‘Unbearable’ City Hall
Restaurateurs have been “treated like an ATM machine,” says Ken Friedman.
Putting the ‘Hell’ in ‘Health Department’
The joy of the letter-grade tribunal.
Red-Tape Relief: DOH Passes 80 Percent of Eateries, SLA Prunes Its Hedges
A couple of our favorite bureaucratic agencies are patting themselves on the back today.
City Helps Restaurant Owners Spend Less Time in Line
The Department of Health joins Bloomberg and the SLA in eliminating red tape.
Bloomberg Vows to Speed Up Restaurant Openings by Months
Restaurateurs, Bloomie feels your pain!
City Regs Stymie Businesses; CA Spinach Recalled