Daniel Boyle, the tough-talking former Syracuse cop who unsuccessfully tried to sink Giuseppe Cipriani‘s Manhattan restaurant empire, has been replaced as chairman of the scandal-plagued State Liquor Authority.
Governor David Paterson, whose aides Mr. Boyle once accused of trying to exert undue pressure on the liquor board, announced on Thursday, April Read More
State Liquor Authority Chairman Daniel Boyle, ranked No. 21 on The Observer‘s 100 Most Powerful People in New York Real Estate, has lost some clout in the apparent political fallout from his unsuccessful fight to sink the Cipriani family’s restaurant empire.
According to the New York Post, fellow SLA commissioners Noreen Healey and Read More
Amy Winehouse and Blake Fielder-Civil‘s marriage is supposedly over. Also, if you’re interested, a helpful friend of the former couple told the UK’s News of the World "[they] were into some real kinky stuff…really gross stuff you couldn’t mention in a newspaper." [Page Six]
Guy Ritchie may not have gone after Read More
The New York Post‘s Steve Cuozzo today pleaded with state regulators not to revoke the liquor licenses of seven Cipriani restaurants and banquet halls around town:
It would…cost more than 1,000 jobs, leave our most iconic celebration spaces empty for the foreseeable future, and knock the fizz out of the city’s culture of Read More
Banquet king Giuseppe Cipriani may have finally met his match in Daniel Boyle, chairman of the New York State Liquor Authority, writes Page Six Magazine scribe Joshua David Stein.
After losing his valuable lease in a legal fight at the Toy Center, the dapper restaurateur now faces life without bellinis, if archnemesis Mr. Read More
A fierce standoff between two New York titans, both ranked on The Observer‘s recent 100 Most Powerful People In Real Estate, wrapped up an indecisive first-round yesterday.
Dapper restaurateur Giuseppe Cipriani (ranked No. 97) had offered up $500,000 to settle his dispute with the State Liquor Authority (S.L.A.). The state agency Read More
In the Lower East Side and Chinatown, the locals have been griping for ages that there are too many bars–and that it’s because the State Liquor Authority keeps letting them pile on.
So it’s understandable that the local Community Boards–3 and 4–were upset when an open spot on the S.L.A. they had specifically asked Read More