CB3’s June Agenda: Liquor License Applications

Just out from Community Board 3: June’s agenda, including the list of bars/restaurants seeking liquor licenses next month. There are some curious/interesting entries, including…

  • Spitzer’s Corner (101 Rivington), frequently cited for underage liquor sales, is asking to transfer its full bar license. It’s not clear to us whether a new owner is entering the picture, or whether this is just a new concept from the current operators (stay tuned).
  • Les Enfants Terribles (37 Canal) wants to expand into the adjoining space, 6 Ludlow.
  • An unnamed operator is looking for a full liquor license at 112 Stanton (near Ludlow). 
  • “Corp. to be named” is taking a run at a liquor license in the old Allen & Delancey spot. Earlier this month we learned the landlord had seized the contents of the defunct restaurant.
  • The former home of the “Leather Zone, 122 Orchard, could become a place called the “Bargain District,” featuring a full bar.
  • Not to be outdone, the creative geniuses behind 245 Bowery are calling their new venture “SRO.”
  • We reported the other day that “Flowers on Essex” will become a wine bar when the shop makes the move to Grand Street. They’re on the agenda for a wine only license.
  • The Meatball Shop is back on next month’s agenda, applying for a sidewalk cafe license, even though CB3 already gave its approval.
  • Falai’s bakery on Clinton Street wants a full liquor license.
  • They’re lots of applications above Houston, including one for the former home of much maligned hot spot “Superdive.” We’ll leave the details to the EV Blogosphere.

If you’d like to see the full agenda, head over to CB3’s web site. The meeting will be held Monday, Jone 14th.