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EaterWire: Sugarman's Nighclub Blocked, Wine Bill Dies, Bruni Likes Porter House, and More

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MEATPACKING DISTRICT— Dreams of a Timberlake nightclub have just been axed: "Meeting an immovable wall of community opposition, Justin Timberlake and partners apparently have been scared off from opening a new nightclub in the former Manor space on Eighth Ave. between 13th and 14th Sts....the neighborhood coalition of residents, as well as business owners, that rallied around the issue collected 650 petition signatures against the proposed nightspot." [Chealsea Now] UPDATE: Eytan Sugarman contacts us to make a correction to the Chelsea Now article. He tells us Justin Timberlake was never involved in the project nor did he know anything about it. Secondly, while Sugarman and his partners were interested in the Manor space, they pulled out three months ago after learning of community opposition.

BROOKLYN HEIGHTSArmando's, which is moving back into the space it occupied for 74 years after the recent tenant, Spicy Pickle, went out of business, is applying for a liquor license on April 1. [BHB]

NEW YORK STATE— A bill that, if passed, would have allowed grocery stores to sell wine, just died in Albany. [Crain's]

COLUMBUS CIRCLE— A kindhearted Bruni gets on the blog today to tell everyone that he really likes the steak at Porter House after all: "I had a great, great porterhouse for two the other night at Porter House New York, the Time Warner Center steakhouse. My companions and I, all steak lovers, were thrilled with it." [Diner's Journal]

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