I am not what one would consider a bar aficionado. Nor would anybody even dare to call me a bar frequenter. Furthermore, I highly doubt anybody would ever confuse me with even an alcoholic’s second cousin.
That being said, occasional imbibing happens – mostly, I find – whenever I come back to the Northeast to visit. I’m not necessarily always keen on spending too much money to drink; however, if I have to accept a friend’s plan that involves throwing down some money for alcohol, I prefer the location to be either a dive bar or a place that is relatively low-key. continue reading »
The Mayfair Civic Association will host a followup meeting tomorrow night in relation to the prop0sed Paddy Whacks at Frankford Avenue and Glenview Street.
While the Civic has already sided with the neighbors to oppose the zoning, Paddy Whacks owners will still have a chance to present a case to the Zoning Board of Adjustment. Tomorrow night’s meeting is meant to inform residents about the ZBA hearing and discuss a plan for it. continue reading »
After two meetings to discuss the matter, Mayfair residents Tuesday night expressed their opposition to the zoning proposal for a Paddy Whacks at Frankford Avenue and Glenview Street.
Approximately 60 residents attended the meeting, and the civic association decided to support neighbors’ opposition.
The civic association is expected to release more details soon. It’s unclear whether Pad
The Mayfair Civic Association will host a second meeting Tuesday to further discuss the proposed zoning of a fourth Paddy Whacks location at Frankford Avenue and Glenview Street.
The first meeting was held Monday for residents to learn the details of the potential transition. Paddy Whacks’ hearing with the Zoning Board of Adjustment will be July 27 at 4 p.m. continue reading »
Two zoning notices came in over the weekend, which could bring major changes to the respective neighborhoods in the form of a super market and a major bar” continue reading »