New York Restaurants Can Now Sell Booze Before Noon


According to a report from, legislation just passed this week by Governor Andrew Cuomo has loosened some of the liquor rules in New York State – some of which go as far back as Prohibition. The┬áheavily publicized “brunch bill” in particular, allows for liquor sales beginning at 10am – previously businesses had to wait until noon.

This is great for those in the area who head to Rockland County and NYC for our brunching and want to get things started a little earlier. It’s also nice to see some states trying to update their outdated laws, instead of politicians catering to a select few.


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