CB3 Releases February SLA Agenda

Posted on: January 26th, 2011 at 6:39 am by

Community Board 3 just released its SLA agenda for February.  Hot off the press! There are a number of, shall we say, tasty items on the docket.

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And below is the complete list. (super)Dive in!

Renewal with Complaint History
1. Superdive (Rapture Café & Books LLC), 200 Ave A (full liquor)

Applications within Resolution Areas
2. Snack Dragon, 164 Orchard St (wine & beer)
3. Goodfellas Brick Oven Pizza (FRKK Inc) 144 Orchard St (wine & beer)
4. To Be Determined, 175 Ludlow St (wine & beer)
5. Castleblade, Inc, 17 Clinton St (alteration/wine & beer/expand to next door)
6. Taco Joint Inc, 119 St Marks Pl (wine & beer)
7. Pastabar Café Corp, 127 Ave C (upgrade/full liquor) (aka 343 E 8th St)

Sidewalk Café Applications
8. Ninth Ward (Church and Louis Inc), 180 2nd Ave

Alterations/Transfers/Upgrades
9. To Be Determined, 103 2nd Ave (transfer/full liquor) (Vandaag)
10. Spur Tree (Symtic 10 Ten LLC) 76 Orchard St (transfer/wine & beer)
11. 40 Mulberry Restaurant Inc, 40 Mulberry St (alteration/full liquor/request to add portable karaoke machine)
12. Rivington Wine and Cheese Inc, 155 Rivington St (alteration/full liquor/increase seating)
13. Ashton Thai Place Inc, 244 E 13th St (transfer/wine & beer) (Zabbi City)
14. Heartbreak Café (Christos Restaurant LLC), 29 E 2nd St (alteration/wine & beer/extend to proposed sidewalk café)
15. Kuidouraku (141 Ebenezer & Song Inc), 141 1st Ave (transfer/wine & beer)
16. The Beagle, 162 Ave A (transfer/full liquor) (Orologio)
17. 161 Restaurant Corp, 161 Ludlow St (transfer/full liquor) (Imperial Tavern)

New Liquor License Applications
18. Momofuku Milk Bar (EV Milk LLC), 251 E 13th St (full liquor)
19. One Mile House, 10-12 Delancey St (full liquor)
20. Family Recipe (Family Recipe Inc), 231 Eldridge St (wine & beer)
21. Marry The Ketchup Inc, 95 1st Ave (wine & beer)
22. Wyndham Garden Hotel Chinatown (Wyndham Hotel Management Inc and 93 Bowery Holdings LLC), 93 Bowery (full liquor)
23. 228 Rest Corp, 232 1st Ave (full liquor)
24. 56 Burger Fondue LLC, 56 3rd Ave (full liquor)
25. One East Broadway Restaurant (One East Broadway Restaurant Inc) 1 E B’way, 1st Fl (wine & beer)

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