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State Liquor Authority
Ownership withdrew the application last-minute, irking the "valiant opposition" who trekked up to Harlem for the proceeding.
A drinking establishment bar is headed to Elizabeth Street just off the main drag of Kenmare. Neither surprising nor needed, though such is the reality of the Lower East Side in 2012.
Back in mid-March, we broke news that Sweet Paradise had folded after Fat Radish swiftly purchased the business.
Uh-oh. This latest news will certainly upset the Eldridge Street neighbors, who are already on edge about the nearby hotel at 151 East Houston.
157 Ludlow Street has had zero luck holding down a commercial tenant ever since Tenement folded back in December 2006.
Strap in, peeps, the May SLA agenda for Community Board 3 is public. Nothing too crazy listed this month, favoring more the nightlife scene north of Houston.
Last night, residents met with a task force formed by Community Board 3 (CB3) to get input on creating neighborhood requirements for new businesses applying for liquor licenses. Full report after the jump!
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