Photos of pole dancing women and a bizarre debate about the definition of "provocative" became the center of a liquor license hearing this week as Bed-Stuy's community board tried to stop a notorious bar in the neighborhood.
Community Board 3 voted unanimously Monday to not support a renewed liquor license at Amour Cabaret, which has become a hotspot for liquor authority violations, noise complaints and police write-ups — including a fatal shooting — since it opened on Nostrand Avenue two years ago.
Most of the debate between board members and the club's lawyer centered around Amour's insistence that it is not a strip club, despite photos of scantily-clad women and a description as a "bikini bar" on its Instagram.
Click here to view original web page at patch.com
Photos of pole dancing women became exhibits at a hearing as the community board slammed Amour Cabaret for claiming it isn't a strip club.
Photos of pole dancing women became exhibits at a hearing as the community board slammed Amour Cabaret for claiming it isn't a strip club. (Google [...]