NEW YORK In the city that never sleeps, some bars may be going to bed a little earlier as community boards here push for 2 a.m. closing times, according to a report in the New York Post. Bars in the city can legally stay open until 4 a.m., but the State Liquor Authority has been supporting community boards that approve liquor licenses only if the establishments close by 2 a.m., the report said.According to the paper, public records for Community Board 3, which covers the trendy East ...

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