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Pies ‘n’ Thighs Coming to Canal Street, and Tiny Fork Might Be Over

A little while ago, we reported that Max Fish may be returning to the neighborhood, which surfaced on the agenda for next month's liquor licensing subcommittee of Community Board 3. That advisory body gets the first look at proposals for new...

Liquor License Applicants Go Before CB3 Committee Tonight

Tonight, the State Liquor Authoritiy subcommittee of Community Board 3 will consider this month's applications from local bars and restaurants seeking new licenses, renewals and changes to their existing permits. Among the crowd: operators who want to open a...

Tiny Fork Opens For Business at 167 Orchard St.

It looks like Tiny Fork, the new oyster bar and nightlife spot from Rob Shamlian, is open for business at 167 Orchard St., in the Slipper Room building. Here's some photographic evidence from an Instagram user.  The menu is...

Rob Shamlian’s “Tiny Fork” Heads Back to CB3; Here’s the Menu

Tiny Fork, the new restaurant and nightlife spot in the Slipper Room building, is back on next month's community board agenda.  Controversial club owner Rob Shamlian, along with Frank Vivolo (who owned the dearly departed Bruschetta) are expected to...
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Lower East Side Arts & Events Weekly Roundup

Morgan Bassichis returns to Abrons on March 31st with their show, "A Crowded Field." Photo by Maria Baranova. Here are...
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