It’s the House of Not So Much.
Famed Bushwick club House of Yes has temporarily closed after losing its liquor license for violating COVID regulations.
In an email that went out Friday morning, the venue — which has been offering outdoor drinking while nightclubs are closed — said that it had fallen foul of the rule requiring venues to serve food with alcohol. It said it had believed it was following the rule because its sister restaurant had been providing food in the same area that House of Yes was selling booze.
“Unfortunately we learned that this does not comply with the technical requirement of our license,” the email read.
“We will be temporarily closed while we focus on doing everything in our power to work with the SLA in good faith to restore our license and reope,” it said.
The sceney club — described by Business Insider as “the wildest club in Brooklyn” (although we acknowledge that, of all publications, Business Insider may not be the best barometer of wildness) — is the latest high profile establishment to lose its license.
As Page Six reported, Hamptons hotspots Blue Mar and 75 Main both lost theirs this week because of COVID violations, and New York City institutions Cipriani Downtown and Nello have both had their paperwork pulled.
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