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Mercadito in the Clear

The State Liquor Authority has renewed the cantina's liquor license.

By Daniel Maurer

Death & Woe

Death & Co. owner David Kaplan is now suing his landlord in addition to the State Liquor Authority.

By Daniel Maurer

SLA Honcho Steps Down

The CEO of the State Liquor Authority, Joshua Toas, will resign on May 22 for undisclosed reasons.

State Liquor Authority Rejects Andrew W.K.’s Application to Party

Andrew W.K., the oft-pit-stained rocker behind such jams as "Party Hard," "It's Time to Party," "Party Till You Puke," and "Long Live The Party," has a new music venue opening soon at 100 Lafayette that almost sounds awesome enough to make Vulture's editors leave their apartments for once.

Boqueria Not Coming to 10 Downing Street

Late last month we reported that part of the 10 Downing space was a “leading candidate” for a downtown Boqueria. Despite our fervent hopes and news that the deal was "confirmed," reported by Eater, it isn't, alas, to be. "We’re glad that there's a such a sense of anticipation about Boqueria," owner Yann de Rochefort tells us, "but we are not closing at 10 Downing because the landlord is going with another tenant. We notified the community board a week ago of the fact that we are withdrawing our application." Grub Street has learned from another source near the project that the likely new tenant of the spot will be none other than Silvano Marchetto, the eponymous owner of Da Silvano across the street. It will be he, or at least his representatives, who seeks Community Board 2's approval tonight. But a new Boqueria is definitely on the way, somewhere. Just not on Downing Street. Earlier: Coming Soon: Boqueria, Part Dos