We know your business
We are experienced with every type of hospitality concept. Hospitality entrepreneurs are the brightest stars of New York's creative community. Bring us your idea, and we will give you clear, straight-talking advice on how it can work.
Getting a liquor-licensed business up and running is challenging. We make it simple.
- Consult with you and your team about your concept and the strategic legal implications
- Navigate the complex State Liquor Authority liquor license process
- Community Board representation, if needed
- Obtain your necessary New York City licenses, like cabaret (dancing), sidewalk cafe, and Health Department
- Form your business entity
- Negotiate and draft leases and purchase agreements
- And more
Keeping it going
When you run a hospitality business, there is never a dull moment. We are here to help.
- Renew your licenses
- Draft new contracts and obtain SLA approval if your partners or investors change
- Fight police and other disciplinary summonses in criminal court
- Defend State Liquor Authority violations
- Prepare alteration applications and other changes to your license
- Develop strategies for issues relating to commercial use of the public sidewalk
- And more
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