Rego Park nightclub losing its liquor license due to community complaints
THE COURIER/ Photo by Angela Matua

Just two weeks after Rego Park’s Rumba Nightclub received 40 violations from a number of city agencies, the State Liquor Authority (SLA) will  move to revoke the club’s liquor license. The nightclub, which has received a number of complaints from community members, elected officials and the 112th Precinct, was visited by the NYPD, FDNY, Department of Health and SLA […]

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This Rego Park nightclub got 40 violations in one weekend
THE COURIER/ Photo by Angela Matua

Last weekend, a multi-agency operation that included the NYPD, FDNY, Department of Health and the State Liquor Authority (SLA) paid a visit to Rumba Night Club in Rego Park and cited the club for 40 violations. Those violations include unauthorized alterations to the bar, safety violations including a failure to maintain fire extinguishers, an obstructed exit, exposed […]

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LIC’s Club Allure is a ‘bad operator’ that needs to go away: community
THE COURIER/Photo by Angela Matua

Shut it down. Community leaders in Long Island City gathered in front of Club Allure Thursday morning to ask the State Liquor Authority (SLA) to revoke the club’s liquor license and close its doors for good. The club has been the site of several violent incidents in the last two years, including a shooting that occurred […]

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CB 9 opposes extended hours for South Richmond Hill lounge
Photo courtesy of Zen Hibachi Lounge

By a narrow margin of 19 to 14, Community Board 9 members voted down on Tuesday a request to extend the hours of operation for a South Richmond Hill nightclub. Ravi Ramoutar, owner and operator of Zen Hibachi Lounge, located at 117-15 101 Ave., requested the change in the nightspot’s hours from 1 a.m. to 4 a.m., […]

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CB 5 splits again over liquor license for event at Maspeth arts venue
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Concerns over liquor license applications for events at Maspeth’s Knockdown Center continue to rise up for Community Board 5 (CB 5). The Knockdown Center, located at 52-19 Flushing Ave., has been tapped by a catering company to host an architectural symposium where alcohol will be served. The event is scheduled to take place on Friday, […]

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