On Wednesday night, for the first time, the party at Writing on the Wall, a lounge on the Lower East Side, will last until 4 a.m., the time listed on its liquor license.
“We are really ringing in the reopening of New York City,” said Cameron Schur, a partner at the bar.
With the midnight curfew on indoor areas having expired May 31, the nightlife industry is able to say goodbye to a long year when its operations were limited in one way or another by Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s executive orders. The guidelines first closed the industry entirely and then allowed it to reopen so long as operators followed rules
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