Add light without losing space.
Expect poetry readings on Sunday and Monday nights, and Southern food with live entertainment the rest of the week.
Things got heated at last night's CB2 meeting.
The two-floor project is coming right along.
Michael White's team just cannot convince neighbors that they need more Morini in their lives.
Back to square one.
The board says the owners' plans to only serve four different drinks doesn't warrant a full license. Then again, they also don't want the place to turn into a bar.
Zella Jones doesn't think the upcoming restaurant should have a liquor license.
B.R. Guest's plans for their latest property are moving along.
Provided soon-to-be-owner Steve Hanson agrees to close at 2 a.m.
The board has rejected the club's plans to expand twice.
There's some concern that the project might become a "hot spot."
Things are looking good for the restaurant's plans to take over the space next door.
Two different restaurants get two very different reactions from the board's SLA committee.
The iconic gay bar gets the board to make a rare reversal on its earlier decision.
Pieces will have to rethink their relocation plans.
The artist tells CB2 that "bars and restaurants saved our neighborhood."
The restaurant's still hopping, despite efforts to run it dry.