The lawsuit seeks a temporary restraining order as well as an injunction from the court that would prevent the state from enforcing the restriction.
The order holds the State Liquor Authority at bay for Papi Grande’s in Amherst, Prescott’s Provisions in Tonawanda and Santora’s Pizza Pub and Grill on Transit Road in Amherst until a court hearing Feb. 26.
U.S. District Judge John L. Sinatra Jr. on Friday granted a preliminary injunction preventing the State Liquor Authority from enforcing the incidental-music rule that bans advertised and ticketed shows at establishments licensed by the authority.
Pharaoh's Gentlemen's Club owner Peter Gerace has asked a State Supreme Court justice to stop the New York State Liquor Authority from prohibiting exotic dancing on his stage.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo has designated three cities and 11 Erie County towns as part of a "yellow zone" that will set new limits on public gatherings.
Judge called the regulations "not only excessive but also irrational" and ordered the SLA to stop enforcing its incidental music guidelines.
The Village Line tavern on Kenmore Avenue was charged with violating the executive order that states bars can not serve alcohol without serving food.
The Republican version of the next stimulus proposal will reportedly again not include aid to local governments.
The governor announced four downstate establishments had their licenses suspended.
“We’ve made great great progress, I want to make sure we don’t slide back,” Cuomo said, citing statistics that show a continued decline in the coronavirus in the
The state Liquor Authority has suspended the liquor license of a Lockport bar that was discovered serving drinks on-site in violation of rules put in place to limit the spread of Covid-19. The authority on Wednesday summarily suspended the license of Mr. Quiggley’s Dead Dog Saloon after Lockport police and city building inspectors say they found customers inside the
The following guidelines are valid through at least April 15, when the SLA will revisit the situation in light of the COVID-19
The Standard Modern Steakhouse and Oyster Bar has closed after authorities said that its liquor license was misused. On Feb. 7, license holder Sean Macaluso received a State Liquor Authority notice saying that Kevin O’Connell Jr., “a person not authorized by the State Liquor Authority, to avail itself of the license privilege from on or about Dec. 1, 2019,”
An 18-year-old employee of a Lewiston convenience store was arrested Wednesday after she was accused of selling alcohol to a minor, according to the Niagara County Sheriff’s Office. Twenty convenience stores were checked as part of an underage alcohol enforcement detail, conducted between 4 and 8 p.m. Wednesday throughout Niagara County by the Sheriff’s Office, State Police and the