Last night ManRay got a six-month extension on its liquor license.
The club's license has been inactive for a while now - after all, the place closed in 2005, and its former home at 21 Brookline St. was torn down and replaced by condos. But the defunct club is still looking to make a comeback. Or at least that's what it says on ManRay's website.
I called Cambridge City Hall today to find out what's going on. Elizabeth Lint, executive officer of the Cambridge License Commission, gave me the latest news about the club, which appeared before the License Commission last night. "ManRay was before us simply for a six month extension of their inactive status, and that was granted," she said.
Lint said ManRay hasn't secured a new location yet, but the club is "working hard” to find one.
Where? That's the big question....and Lint didn't have answers.
ManRay is said to be eyeing a spot on Green Street. Where exactly? Not sure. But it's not the Green Street Grill.
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