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With her hip hop club on the market, the Community Board 3 member says her next business will be “an unexpected twist on the future of nightlife.”
The owner of Sutra Lounge talks about her Strictly Old School hip-hop dance parties.
A mosaic of 160 people who make the East Village what it is.
A little over a year after it was shut down because it was too close to a Jehovah’s Witness Kingdom Hall, Nublu has been redeemed. At last night’s meeting of Community Board 3’s liquor licensing committee, the club managed to win support for a proposed move up the street. Another high-profile applicant with ties to the legendary Beatrice Inn also went home happy, but Westville East, L’Asso EV and others failed to emerge unscathed.
It’s been a week of highs and lows for Nublu. Tonight, the club celebrates its 10th anniversary at Le Poisson Rouge. But earlier this week, owner Ilhan Ersahin was forced to defended himself against accusations that his live music venue is to blame for noise on Avenue C.
A roundup of news from the just-released agenda of Community Board 3 meetings in July, including a possible for new operator in the Sutra space.
The move uptown could happen on Labor Day weekend.
The latest from the always electrifying Community Board 3 S.L.A. committee meeting.
A roundup of this morning’s news.
Barbara Sibley will not keep the Holiday Cocktail Lounge’s name.
Recently released 311 complaint data reveals a veritable who’s-who in the neighborhood’s ongoing struggle with nightlife. Is it a signifier of which bars are the noisiest, or which neighbors complain the most? Or both?
Plus, Community Board 3’s S.L.A. and D.C.A Licensing Committee hears Japa Dog’s request for beer and wine.
The owner of Diablo Royale Este on Avenue A believes complaints against his restaurant are indicative of a witch hunt.
At a contentious meeting of Community Board 3’s SLA and DCA Licensing Committee, one board member accused another of running the committee like a Fascist.
Despite the hurdles of entering a thoroughly saturated market, owners of bars and restaurants are still flocking to the East Village – and filing applications for liquor licenses.
Last week, in a vote meant to end five months of debate, Community Board 3 finally passed a set of reforms to the way it makes recommendations about licenses to the State Liquor Authority. But bar owners who sit on the board are not satisfied and have vowed to challenge the new rules and investigate why they were banned from voting on the reform package.