Last week, members of Bay Ridge’s Community Board 10 recommended that the state shutter a 93rd Street watering hole they insist has turned into a den of drug dealing and violence, reports Brooklyn Daily’s William Bredderman.
The panel asked the State Liquor Authority to deny a liquor license renewal for the 93 Lounge [315 93rd St], citing complaints of noise, fights and littering from residents of 93rd Street between 3rd Avenue and 4th Avenue, who say the lounge’s shady patrons routinely disturb the peace on their street.
“There’s a memory of how this place has been run,” former Police and Public Safety Committee chairwoman Susan Pulaski told Brooklyn Daily. “They’re known for bringing in third-party promoters and illegal activity. We all know about the drug situation in there.”