There’s more information today about the restaurants and bars going before Community Board 3’s liquor licensing committee later this month. As usual, CB3 has uploaded the applications received so far to its web site. Here’s a summary:
- Federico Manfredi and Marco Gentilucci want to open up a Northern Italian seafood restaurant at 121 Ludlow Street (the former home of Nippon Sushi). It will be patterned after their West Village spot, Quartino. According to the application, the place would be open 24 hours, 7 days a week. They’re requesting a beer and wine license.
- Kristin Vincent of Home Sweet Home (131 Chrystie) plans a restaurant with a full bar, serving “classic seafood” at 1 Delancey/173 Bowery Street. She’ll also be requesting a sidewalk cafe license.
- Christopher Miller, a partner at Warren 77, the high-end sports bar in the Financial District, wants to take over the space most recently occupied by Mary Queen of Scots at 115 Allen Street. The application is a bit short on details but apparently Miller plans a 25-table restaurant serving “Continental fare.” He wants a full bar.
- Chris Herrity, Gabriel Schulman, Leah Malone and Dan Sutti will take another run at winning CB3’s approval of a license for 21 Essex Street. In a previous attempt, committee chair Alex Militano told the applicants they had not demonstrated enough community support. There’s already a separate bar coming to an adjacent space on the north side of 21 Essex.
CB3’s SLA Committee meets August 20, 6:30 p.m. at the JASA/Green building, 200 East 5th Street.