I’m not really sure who might do this, but if you’ve ever stopped yourself from opening a bottle of wine because you only want “just one glass,” self restraint will no longer be necessary with this new gadget.
It's official. What was known as the "Brunch Bill" has become a law. According to The Buffalo News, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed legislation that says restaurants and bars can begin serving alcohol at 10 a.m. on Sundays and can apply for a permit 12 times per year to serve alcohol beginning at 8 a.m.
How cool would it be if you could have Happy Hour without even having to leave your workplace? Want to have a very happy birthday in your own backyard? Looking to make that boring shower one that people will actually want to come to? Think about hiring Dram Box. It's Buffalo's first mobile professional bar service.
Who could go for a Bloody Mary or a Mimosa on a Sunday morning? At this point, you cannot buy alcohol in New York State at bars or restaurants on a Sunday before noon. But Governor Cuomo is trying to change that. He's pushing to make that time a little earlier, by allowing sales after 8 a.m. instead.
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