Even Zella Jones is onboard!
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.
The owner of B.A.D. Burger's words come back to haunt him.
The Brooklyn beer destination is revamping its food offerings while it works out a paperwork issue with the SLA.
Sounds like trouble in palm-tree-lined paradise.
The board's SLA committee approves the bar's plans to extend its hours.
With food from Daisy May's.
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.
Hanson hopes to keep the steakhouse open until 4 a.m.
The board has rejected the club's plans to expand twice.
Booze will flow at the East River location of Basketball City.
But owner Bob Holman says the move would help his club better comply with the city's egress code.
There's some concern that the project might become a "hot spot."
An owner calls the Hula-Hoop story a lie, but does admit to some wrongdoing.
Why would you want to drive a normal car anyway?
Things are looking good for the restaurant's plans to take over the space next door.