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State Liquor Authority
The fate of a proposed Latin "restaurant" at 106 Rivington Street now rests in the hands of New York State.
Community Board 3 just published the SLA subcommittee agenda for April. Lots happening on the Lower East Side these days. Here we go...
The full SLA agenda for Community Board 3 is now live, and two blockbuster items are up for consideration.
With its tavern wine license now in hand, CLOS Wine Bar is ready to anoint itself at 64 Kenmare Street. Official launch is planned for next Friday, March 8.
Now the storefront is painted dark and further upscaled as a tableless wine bar called "Clos."
Interstate Food & Liquor is indeed out the door. But before you can muster the breath to utter "vacancy," another nightspot is already vying for the storefront.
Past attempts to create a drinking establishment here were met with denial by Community Board 2. Now it's "Bowery Restaurant Group" trying to make a go of it.
It is here, at 48 Hester Street, that the onetime-popular Barzinho hangout will reportedly make a comeback...crosstown from its former Tribeca digs
Judging by the ferocious frequency of new nightlife in the neighborhood, residents are arguably reaching the proverbial tipping point. Local pols are finally taking a stance.
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