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."
The Nolita bi-level bivalve joint is moving forward despite a few hurdles.
The SLA is decidedly not into the boozy trend that is cocktails on draft.
The Brooklyn beer destination is revamping its food offerings while it works out a paperwork issue with the SLA.
The restaurant's still hopping, despite efforts to run it dry.
Can Wells Fargo help the State Liquor Authority?
The nightclub's name seems ironic in light of a recent SLA closing.
The latest in the SLA's twelve-step path to recovery.
Plus: Costco's profits are up, street-cart self defense, and more in our daily news roundup.
The UES haunt is moving to a spot just across the street from a synagogue, which poses a liquor-license problem.
A state commission calls for changes at the State Liquor Authority.
Neighbors don't like the Jane's plan for a rooftop bar.
Tips and tricks for keeping New York's hottest new gastrolounge off your block.
Will Guarnaschelli actually be cooking in Butter's next one, or is it another 1Oak?
Plus: New York's annual herring festival, and Spike Mendelsohn checks out the New York pizza scene, all in our morning news roundup.
Are restaurants really heeding the SLA's word?
Even after a bribery raid, the SLA still has time to crack down on DIYers.