CB3 Releases January SLA Agenda

Posted on: December 22nd, 2011 at 6:09 am by

On your marks…get set…go! The January SLA agenda for Community Board 3 is now available. A whopping sixteen new establishments are seeking liquor licenses.

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Some items of note:

And the full agenda reproduced herein:

Sidewalk Café Applications
1. Hair of the Dog (168 Orchard St Partners Inc), 168 Orchard St
2. 5 Napkin Burger (Bizet LLC), 150 E 14th St

Corporate Change
3. La Vie (Le Cave LLC) 64 E 1st St (full liquor)

Applications within Resolution Areas
4. To be Determined, 6 St Marks Pl 1st Fl (wine and beer)
5. BK’s, 115 Ave C (full liquor)
6. JB Sushi (Marco’s 88 Inc), 15 St Marks Pl (upgrade/full liquor)
7. Grit n Glory (Pint Size Ink Inc), 186 Orchard St (wine and beer)
8. Bad Burger (Violily LLC), 171 Ave A (wine and beer)
9. Hachi Enterprises Inc, 185 Orchard St (wine and beer)
10. Temple of Ankh (El Karnak Inc), 58 Clinton St (full liquor)

Alterations/Upgrades
11. Sauce Restaurant (Coda Di Bue LLC), 78-84 Rivington St (upgrade/full liquor)
12. Le Lupanar (LES Development), 103 Essex St (full liquor)
13. Goat Town (511 E 5th Street LLC), 511 E 5th St (upgrade/full liqour)

New Liquor License Applications
14. BareBurger (Bare City Two LLC), 85 2nd Ave (wine and beer)
15. The Merv, 136-138 Division St (full liquor)
16. To be Determined, 125-127 1st Ave (full liquor)
17. Café Khufu (Café Khufu LLC), 61 E 3rd St (wine and beer)
18. Bakers Dozen Associates LLC, 199 Bowery (full liquor)
19. Happy Garden Palace (Happy Garden Palace Inc), 54 E B’way (beer)
20. Food World Restaurant (Food World Restaurant Inc), 19 Eldridge St (beer)
21. To be Determined, 207-213 Allen St aka 159-161 E Houston St (full liquor)
22. Wisemen (355 WM Restaurant Inc), 355 Bowery (full liquor)
23. Calliope (67 Second Avenue LLC), 84 E 4th St (full liquor)
24. Tinks Bake House Inc, 102 E 7th St (wine and beer)
25. To be Determined, 77 Delancey St (full liquor)
26. Zi’Peps, 424 E 9th St (wine and beer)
27. Keybar, 500 E 11th St (full liquor)
28. A&P Restaurant Corp, 245-247 E Houston St aka 190 Norfolk St (full liquor)
29. Xe Lua Restaurant Inc, 86 Mulberry St (wine and beer)
30. Frej (FMR Restaurant Group), 119 Essex St (wine and beer)

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