cabaret law

Williamsburg venue Muchmore’s suing New York City, saying cabaret laws are unconstitutional
Williamsburg venue Muchmore’s suing New York City, saying cabaret laws are unconstitutional
Enacted in 1926, ​the New York City's ​cabaret laws were originally to put the kibosh on illegal booze. After the repeal of prohibition, the law -- which requires clubs and bars to get an expensive permit for dancing -- went largely unenforced until the Giuliani administration and his efforts to clean up the city...