CB3 Releases May Agenda: Soho House and Living Room Return

Posted on: April 25th, 2013 at 6:20 am by
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Community Board 3 released the May agenda for the SLA subcommittee. It’s stocked this month with thirty-one items. Sounds like another Super Bowl of a meeting.

  • Soho House is back on the agenda, fresh off two months of community outreach via open houses at 139 Ludlow Street.
  • La Señorita, which replaced the crepe joint at 115 Eldridge, is seeking wine and beer.
  • The Clerkenwell recently switched names to Kupersmith; both seem on the outs with the appearance of a new liquor license.
  • The Living Room returns to the fray this month having twice withdrawn. They are meeting some resistance from the Second Street block association.

Sidewalk Cafe Application
1. Heart N’ Soul Restaurant (Mama’s Bar LLC), 200 E 3rd St (unenclosed)

Applications within Saturated Areas
2. The Clerkenwell (SJO Entertainment Group LLC), 49 Clinton St (alteration and new full liquor)
3. The Taco Project (Tab Corp), 49 Clinton St (full liquor)
4. Donostia (EV Cafe LLC), 155 Ave B (wine and beer)
5. East Village Social (TDDG Inc), 122-126 St Marks Pl (full liquor)
6. Ludlow House (Soho-Ludlow Inc), 139 Ludlow St (full liquor)
7. 100 Montaditos (100 EM FCH Ludlow LLC), 177 Ludlow St (full liquor)
8. Papaya King (PKNY2 LLC), 3 St Marks Pl (wine and beer)
9. Zen 6 Ramen New York LLC, 186 Ave A (wine and beer)

Alterations
10. Affaire (Chow Main Corp), 50 Ave B (alteration/full liquor/additional stand-up bar)

New Liquor License Applications
11. Fung Tu, 22 Orchard St (full liquor)
12. Bar Chevere (O & O Wine Corp), 181 Essex St (upgrade to full liquor)
13. Wing Shoon Seafood Restaurant (Wing Shoon Seafood Restaurant LLC), 165 E B’way (wine and beer)
14. Bottega Clinton LLC, 79 Clinton St (wine and beer)
15. The Living Room (ACP Project), 173 E 2nd St (wine and beer)
16. Han Dynasty (Han Dynasty NYU Corp), 90 3rd Ave (wine and beer)
17. Goats (Goat Brothers Inc), 213 2nd Ave (full liquor)
18. To be Determined, 302 Broome St (full liquor)
19. La Crepe C’est Si Bon Corp, 115 Eldridge St (wine and beer)
20. Thailand Cafe (Permpoon Inc), 95 2nd Ave (full liquor)
21. Risotteria Melotti (Melotti USA LLC), 309 E 5th St (wine and beer)
22. NYLA Enterprise, 120 Orchard St (full liquor)
23. South Central Restaurant LLC, 151 Essex St (full liquor)
24. Bonhomie LLC, 363-365 Grand St (full liquor)
25. Masombrado LLC, 432 E 13th St (full liquor)
26. Bruno Pizza LLC, 223 1st Ave (full liquor)
27. Everyman Espresso (Everyman Espresso LLC), 136 E 13th St (wine and beer)
28. 155 Rivington St Hospitality LLC, 155 Rivington St (full liquor)

Corporate Change (not heard at committee)
29. To be Determined, 155 Rivington St (full liquor)
30. Fat Buddha (Lo Eng Inc), 212 Ave A (full liquor)
31. Mama’s Food Shop (Mama Bar LLC), 34 Ave B (full liquor)

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