Gallery Bar, 120 Orchard St.
There’s some big news from Community Board 3′s just-released April liquor agenda docket. According to the agenda (and confirmed by CB3′s office), Ulli Rimkus, owner of the legendary Lower East Side bar, Max Fish, is applying for a permit in the Gallery Bar space at 120 Orchard St.
Community Board 3 is out with the lineup for next month’s liquor licensing meeting.
Let’s check on the progress of one of the Lower East Side’s many boutique hotel projects, the 10-story tower in the works at 119 Orchard St.
We’re learning a few new details about proposed restaurants and bars set to appear before Community Board 3′s State Liquor Authority (SLA) Committee this coming Monday night.
Here’s a look at what’s ahead next month for Community Board 3′s liquor licensing committee. Click through for the full agenda.
Last night, Community Board 3 once again took up the contentious issue of its relationship with neighborhood block associations.
Community Board 3 is out with the agenda for next month’s liquor licensing committee. The meetings will take place over two days. Have a look.
There were plenty of interesting tidbits from Community Board 3′s liquor licensing hearing Monday night. Among them: a bit more information about the team hoping to take over the Motor City space at 127 Ludlow St.
There’s a lot of interest in CB 3′s decision to suspend the LES Dwellers neighborhood group for three months. Here’s the full text of the letter sent by Chairperson Gigi Li to the Dwellers on October 1.
We’re still a little bleary-eyed from Community Board 3′s 7 and 1/2 hour liquor licensing hearing last night. Here’s a quick recap; more to come later.
As mentioned a couple of days ago, the Lower East Side Dwellers and management of The DL, the nightlife venue at 95 Delancey St., will be meeting tomorrow evening. The tri-level entertainment complex has had a rough relationship with some neighbors since opening at the end of 2011. Another issue that’s come up in recent weeks is the increasingly tense interplay between the Dwellers, a neighborhood group founded last year, and Community Board 3.
We’re learning a little bit more about the new operator hoping to take over the old Motor City space at 127 Ludlow St.
A meeting is set for Thursday between locals and the management of The DL, the Ludlow Street nightlife venue under fire from its residential neighbors.