NEW YORK In the city that never sleeps, restaurant, bar and nightclub operators stand to lose millions of dollars in New Yearâ€™s Eve revenue if New Yorkâ€™s State Liquor Authority denies them an all-night operating permit if they miss a new Nov. 17 deadline for applying, said an attorney for the New York State Restaurant Association. Only 16 operators have requested a permit to date, compared with the 600 who applied last year, said Bill Crowley, a spokesman for the SLA. The permit, ...
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