A few notes from last night's CB3 meeting: The Local EV reports that the board smiled favorably upon the new project from Eduard Frauneder and Wolfgang Ban, the proprietors of Edi & The Wolf and Seasonal. The duo got support for a liquor license transfer at 116 Avenue C, where they plan to open a new Austrian tavern. Angelica Kitchen, which had been operating as BYOB without the proper permit, was also approved for its first beer and wine license.
The owners of Bikinis, a new Spanish sandwich operation on Avenue C, did not have an easy time last night. Several neighbors argued that the new restaurant's backyard space would add too much noise to an already busy block. The board voted to recommend a beer and wine license, provided that Bikinis keep the backyard closed. The board also took issue with plans for a new combination bar/art gallery in the long-vacant Superdive space, voting to reject the full liquor license application.
· Bikinis Faces Wave of Opposition; Superdive Space, Too [The Local EV]
· Edi & The Wolf Team May Expand with New Ave. C Space [~ENY~]
· All Coverage of Community Boards [~ENY~]