No more Nebbiolo, for now.
The case may be far along in the agency's system.
The SLA says it has to do with something called "interlocking interest."
Half-off beers on the Upper West Side this weekend.
The Long Island City destination diner taps a Dutch Kills bartender.
The liquor license at Marcus Samuelsson's buzzy new restaurant is pending.
But you'll still have to wait a few months for a liquor license.
Why are there so many bars and so few neighborhood businesses in the East Village?
The club with nine lives may have bounced back from smoking, assault, and drug woes.
The busybodies are out in full force.
A halal cart is slinging accusations, but Ed Cotton and Frederick Lesort's new restaurant has cause to be happy.
The Williamsburg taquería's two-year-long wait for liquor is finally over.
Noho activist Zella Jones wants the neighborhood to unite against the recently praised newcomer.
But will it have beer and an outdoor garden?
Will Harlem fall victim to new legislation seeking to close a loophole in the dreaded 200-foot law?
The latest in the SLA's twelve-step path to recovery.