The nightclub at the center of Chris Brown and Drake’s bottle tossing fight will re-open Tuesday night.
“We will be focused on providing a safe and fun atmosphere for our customers,” Greenhouse said in a statement.
As widely reported, Greenhouse lost its liquor license after Brown, Drake and their entourages fought in the basement lounge “W.i.P.” last month.
The club will be re-opening with certain conditions though. Among other things, patrons will be using plastic, not glass, and bags will be inspected.
Greenhouse is still facing a multi-million dollar lawsuit filed by NBA athlete Tony Parker. The San Antonio Spurs player was nearly sidelined after shards of glass scratched his cornea. The incident almost cost him his spot in playing for France in the Olympic Games. He is suing for $20 million.
Charges have not been filed against Drake or Chris Brown.