By James Atkinson

New South Wales Premier Barry O'Farrell has this afternoon announced tough new licence conditions for 58 Kings Cross pubs, bars, nightclubs and restaurants.

The licensed venues to be covered by the proposed new conditions are: Aperitif Restaurant, Bada Bing Night Spot, Barons Restaurant, Barrio Chino, Bayswater Brasserie Events Pty Limited, Bayswater Brasserie Restaurant, Beachhaus, Bootleg Bar & Italian Food, Caffe Roma Restaurant, Candy's Nightclub, Cazalys Sydney, Charcoal Plaza BBQ Buffet Restaurant, Club 21, Dancers Cabaret, Deans Cafe Restaurant, Disco Nightclub Pty Ltd, Dreamgirls, First Empire Hotel, Fountain Cafe Restaurant, Hampton Court Hotel, Holiday Inn Potts Point, Hugo's Bar Pizza, Hugo's Lounge, Iguana Bar & Restaurant, Jimmy Lik's, Ju Ju Japanese Restaurant, Kings Cafe Restaurant, Kings Cross Eye Bar, le panic, Mansions Hotel, Miss G's, Moulin Rouge, New Paradise Restaurant, Piccadilly Hotel, Sapphire Lounge, Showgirls, Sugarmill Hotel, Suite 17, Tharen Restaurant & Bar, The Backroom, The Bank Hotel Sydney, The Bourbon, The Crest Hotel, The Elk Kings Cross, The Kings Cross Hotel, The Lincoln Bar, The Palladium Restaurant, The Rouge Downunder, The Village Potts Point Pty Ltd, The World Bar, Tomatillo Mexican Grill, Tonic Lounge, Trademark Hotel, Tunnel Nightclub, Vegas Hotel, Villa, Watermoon Japanese Restaurant, and Zanzibar Café.

*Note: 18 of the 58 venues are not currently trading. The new restrictions will apply to these venues if and when they resume trading.

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