A business called ONDO at Harborside in Jersey City could use the old Indio’s Place liquor license. The post Former Indio’s Place Liquor License Could be Transferred to Building at Harborside appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The liquor license that had been used by Room 84 on Washington Street in Hoboken could be transferred to 33-41 Newark Street, the address that is home to Antique Loft. The post Former Room 84 Liquor License Could be Transferred to Hoboken’s Antique Loft appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The liquor license previously used by The Newark Club, which closed four years ago, could potentially be used at the old Noodle Shop space on Market Street. The post New Restaurant with Liquor License Could Come to Newark’s Former Noodle Shop Space appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A liquor license could be coming to 89 Monitor Street in Bergen-Lafayette, The site is expected to contain 114 residential units and three retail spaces. The post Company Seeks to Transfer Liquor License to Jersey City Development Site appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Another Hudson County liquor license could be transferred to one of the region’s largest real estate companies. The post Mack-Cali Could Obtain Another Liquor License in Weehawken appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A company associated with Mack-Cali’s Roseland Residential Trust and a business known as Butcher and Baker is planning to transfer a liquor license to RiverHouse 11 at Port Imperial. The post Liquor License Transfer Suggests a Restaurant is Coming to Weehawken’s RiverHouse 11 appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Could a restaurant called Tapwell be coming to the Kislak Building on Broad Street in Newark, which was recently converted into apartments? The post Liquor License Could be Transferred to Newark’s Kislak Building appeared first on Jersey Digs.
An application was filed to transfer a liquor license that was previously used by Carmela’s Piccola Cucina in Bayonne. The post Bayonne Liquor License Could be Transferred to MOTBY Site appeared first on Jersey Digs.