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Movie theater owners suddenly received approval to seek beer and wine licenses Wednesday.
"SantaCon 2021: SnOmicron Cometh" is kicking off this Saturday in Midtown.
The legislation seeks to permanently enshrine one of the few bright spots during this unrelenting period of awfulness — being able to walk out of your local bar with a drink in hand.
"I didn't bring any of the kitchen staff in, but I'm cooking tater tots to go with every order. So everybody gets tater tots and a cocktail if they order."
In addition, whether the establishment is delivering via Seamless, another third party or their own delivery person, that deliverer must have a copy of the liquor license with them.
"Whatever you could order [in] the bar or restaurant or distillery or winery you can purchase through takeout," Cuomo said.
Bars, restaurants, and booze-vending venues will be exempt.
Blue Point is releasing a beer this spring marketed specifically for beleaguered commuters.
Take note, high school Spanish students!
Assembly speaker Carl Heastie said he doesn't want people to bring kids to the movies and have to worry about them being around a bunch of drunks.
The forthcoming Penn Station restaurant will serve wine and beer, a first for Pret locations in the USA.
Just like my mama used to say, you can't spell "Chuck" without cuck.
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