CB3 Releases May SLA Agenda

Posted on: April 28th, 2011 at 6:39 am by

Here it is – the CB3 SLA agenda for the month of May!  Hot off the press.  The committee meeting will be held on May 16 at 6:30 pm.  See you there.

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Until then, a few items of note:

Below is the full schedule as published on the Community Board 3 website.  It’s pretty East Village heavy.

Applications within Resolution Areas
1. A Casa Fox (A Casa Foods LLC), 173 Orchard St (alteration,extend to sidewalk, & upgrade to full liquor license)
2. To Be Determined, 34 Ave A (full liquor)
3. Solo Pizza (Solo Pizza Inc), 27 Ave B (wine and beer)
4. Ave B Caffe Buon Gusto Inc., 545 E 5th St (aka 76 Ave B) (wine and beer)
5. Paradiso (Paradiso NY LLC), 105 Ave B (wine and beer)
6. Boxcar Lounge (Oops of New York Inc), 168 Ave B (full liquor)
7. Bat Yam Food Services Inc, 97 St. Mark’s Pl (wine and beer)
8. To be determined, 14 Ave. B , (full liquor)
9. Rhong-Tiam & Garden (Orchard Garden 154 Inc.),154 Orchard (wine and beer)

Sidewalk Café Applications
10. A Casa Fox, 173 Orchard St
11. 26 Seats (Paris Cuisine Inc.), 168 Ave B
12. Peels Restaurant (325 Bowery Restaurant LLC), 325 Bowery
13. Cacio & Pepe (Peprico Inc.), 182 2nd Ave
14. Stillwater Bar & Grill (East Village 4th St Café Inc.), 78-80 E 4 St

Cabaret License
15. Tammany Hall (Orchard Foods Inc.), 152 Orchard St

16. To be Determined (Not A Bookstore LLC), 200 Ave A (transfer/full liquor) (Superdive)
17. To Be Determined (Epicurean Management), 11 E 1st St (transfer/full liquor) (Bowery Wine)
18. Tara Thai Inc, 137 First Ave (alteration/wine and beer)
19. Uncle Charlie’s LES (MLG Bar Inc), 87 Ludlow St (alteration/full liquor)
20. 133 Essex Restaurant LLC, 133 Essex St (transfer/full liquor)
21. To be Determined, 500 E 11th St (transfer/full liquor) (Angels & Kings)
22. Le Lupanar (L.E.S. Development LLC), 103 Essex St (alteration/full liquor) (change method of operation)
23. Hop Devil Grill, 125-129 St. Marks Pl (transfer/full liquor)
24. To Be Determined (Evir Corp), 117 Second Ave (transfer/wine and beer)

New Liquor License Applications
25. CC’S Café (Christine Coffee House Inc), 41 Monroe St (wine and beer)
26. Led Zeppole (Arti Restaurant & Catering Group), 328 E 14th St (wine and beer)
27. The Toucan & The Lion (Type A Goods LLC), 342 E 6th St (full liquor)
28. 93 Ludlow St Inc, 95 Delancey St (full liquor)
29. Eldridge Bistro (corp to be formed) 245 Eldridge (wine and beer)

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