[Brasserie Saint Marc]
Community Board 3's SLA & DCA Licensing Committee will meet twice this week to hear applicants vying for new or modified liquor licenses.
Brasserie Saint Marc, which opened at 136 Second Ave. between St. Mark's Place and Ninth Street in October, is back on the agenda for the following proposed changes:
Brasserie Saint Marc (UKI Freedom LLC), 136 2nd Ave (op/method of operation/add DJ, Live Music (Acoustic), promoted events, any event at which a cover fee is charged, scheduled performances, add more than 12 private parties per year, add unlimited drink specials, add boozy brunches with food, extend Happy Hour, add Jukebox and Karaoke, add Video/Arcade Games)
They withdrew their application ahead of last month's committee meeting.
Ownership is also seeking a license for a sidewalk cafe. Also on the sidewalk cafe agenda tonight: Ruby's Café, which debuted this past October at 198 E. 11th St. at Third Avenue.
Here's a look at the rest of the agenda for tonight's meeting:
• El Sombrero (Two Almontes Corp), 108 Stanton St. (op/alt: to use basement to store alcohol/method of operation: change hours to 11 am to 2 am Sunday thru Thursday and 11 am to 4 am Friday and Saturday; change number of employees to 8; to hire 1 security personnel for Friday and Saturday to check ID)
• The Crown (Bridgeview Hotel LLC), 50 Bowery (op/method of operation/add recorded/background music to roof-top space)
• Norman's Cay (Norman's Cay Group LLC), 74 Orchard St. (op/alt/to license adjacent space)
New Liquor License Applications
• Corp to be formed by Erinson Salce, 112 Rivington St. (op)
• Cozy Cafe (Cozy Cafe Corp), 43 E. 1st St. (upgrade to op)
A noteworthy scratch: Applicants for Ichibantei have been on the CB3-SLA agenda multiple times dating to November 2018 for the former Grassroots space on St. Mark's Place.
Tonight's meeting starts at 6:30, Perseverance House Community Room, 535 E. Fifth St. between Avenue A and Avenue B.
We'll have details later about CB3's SLA committee meeting on Wednesday night.
You gotta love it. Add illegal unlimited drink specials and boozy brunches. I guess it doesn't hurt to ask.
This is not going to fly....
11-4AM at The Hat? Cmon. That corner is bad enough with what Piano's has become late at night. You cannot turn a restaurant into a club!!!!
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