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Contra Principal Might Revive ‘Una Pizza Napoletana’ Pizzeria on Orchard Street

Posted November 8, 2017 at 5:00 am

Contra and Wildair principal Jeremiah Stone this week filed the application with Community Board 3 for his proposed Hell Square pizzeria. And some foodie circles are buzzing about what it could potentially mean for the neighborhood. The paperwork is somewhat light on details, but does include a sample menu with a header of “Una Pizza Napoletana.” […]

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CB3 to Consider Reinstating Terminated Liquor License for Problematic Whynot Coffee

Posted January 27, 2016 at 5:16 am

​Whynot Coffee has been operating without booze since last May, when the State Liquor Authority terminated its wine and beer license for failure of adhering to stipulations. It’s a coffee shop, after all. At the time of its disciplinary hearing eight months ago, the board unanimously stonewalled owner Emil Stepkov and his counsel (Donald Bernstein) […]

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Notes from CB3: Whynot Approved for Sushi, The DL Gets Its Sidewalk Cafe

Last modified March 17, 2015 at 7:41 am

It was a deceivingly small list of applicants, but the night went on forever. After all, this is the SLA subcommittee meeting of Community Board 3, and there are no time limits. Nevertheless, the proceedings saw several approvals for applicants, even for the bad actors of the neighborhood. Shalom Tov Tapas Bar, 154 Orchard Street […]

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Whynot Cafe on Orchard Street Fails, Looks to Become ‘Sushi Wa’

Posted February 27, 2015 at 5:16 am

Whynot, because it couldn’t. Whynot Cafe failed to gain traction due in large part to its inability to secure a full liquor license. Their two bids met stiff resistance from the community including the LES Dwellers. And now it’s on last legs. Rumblings of its closure had circulated for the last week, but their PR […]

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