Another roof bar OK’d

Christine Haider (l.), chairwoman of Community Board 11, speaks at the board's monthly meeting this week. Photo by Kelsey Durham
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Community Board 11 issued its second letter in as many months at its monthly meeting this week recommending approval for a Bayside business to add a rooftop bar.

The owners of Fiamma 41, at 214-26 41st Ave., submitted an application last month asking for permission to create a rooftop deck and install an additional bar area.

The request comes on the heels of another application recently submitted by Bourbon Street, at 40-12 Bell Blvd., which received a letter from CB 11 at its April meeting recommending that the state Liquor Authority approve the plans.

If approved by the SLA, Bourbon Street and Fiamma 41 would be in a race to become Bayside’s first establishment to offer a rooftop bar area.

Reach reporter Kelsey Durham at 718-260-4573 or by e-mail at kdurham@cnglocal.com.

Posted 12:00 am, May 10, 2014
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Reader feedback

Red the garbage man from Whitestone says:
WTF! I had to hangout in a basement club called camouflage back in the 80 s! I wish I was 21 again.
May 10, 2014, 2:13 pm
wait from Queens says:
Wait, someone will fall off!
May 12, 2014, 8:41 am
Chevellejohn from Bayside says:
Just what Bayside needs are roof top bars now. Aren't there enough bars on the ground already.

I am not against bars, but this is stupid.
May 13, 2014, 5:58 pm

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