Community board 3

Opponents of the city’s pandemic-era outdoor dining program packed into an East Village community board meeting on Tuesday night with the goal of dismantling Mayor Bill de Blasio’s plan to make the structures permanent.
BrisketTown founder Daniel Delany has filed papers with CB3 to operate some kind of restaurant on 1st Avenue.
The Allen Street bathhouse may turn into a cafe or takeout establishment.
Biang! will take over the space previously occupied by Wylie Dufresne's Alder.
Residents of the bar's building signed a petition and voiced their dissatisfaction at last night's Community Board 3 meeting.
The struggling eatery will now have four spots for cabbies reserved nearby on Avenue A.
After more than 70 years on the Lower East Side, Essex Street Market will be getting a makeover in the form of new management and outdoor seating.
Mars Bar is coming back, but it won't be the Mars Bar you once knew.
The local community board will vote on the name this week, so here's your chance to get it together and make some noise for your favorite band.
A Community Board member's angry meltdown was caught on camera at last night's CB3 meeting.
Be afraid, be very afraid.
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