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Know the rules for New York State Liquor Authority licenses.
While it has become progressively more difficult to obtain liquor licenses in some city neighborhoods, the number of Manhattan license applications accepted by the New York State Liquor Authority hasn't dropped off, indicating that the economy isn't deterring entrepreneurs from opening bars.
But a much larger gathering that would include alcohol would require at least 15 days for the restaurant to get the necessary serving permits from the New York State Liquor Authority.
A New York District Court has ruled that the New York State Liquor Authority can no longer enforce laws prohibiting out-of-state wineries from shipping wine direct to New York State consumers.
The New York State Liquor Authority is investigating whether Helmsley - who did some slam time as a convicted tax cheat - hired and fired employees at two New York hotels she owns, the News said.
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That being said, the ruling New York State Liquor Authority (SLA) has tended to lend a more sympathetic ear to the various community boards' whims in recent years.
In September 2006, the New York State Liquor Authority announced a moratorium on the issuance of new nightclub, bar and cabaret licenses in Manhattan that are subject to the 500 foot rule.