‘Brunch bill’ means earlier Sunday booze, easier state licensing

By Ryan Deffenbaugh

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Bottoms up! Changes to the state’s alcohol law passed earlier this month will allow restaurants to serve alcohol earlier on Sundays. The so-called “Brunch Bill” will allow restaurants that offer Sunday brunch to serve alcohol starting at 10 a.m. The previous state Alcohol Beverage Control Law outlawed the sale of beers, wine and spirits before noon. “Fans of brunch,…

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Ryan Deffenbaugh covers energy, education, food and beverage and the Sound Shore for the Westchester County Business Journal. He previously worked for Westchester Magazine and The Citizen daily newspaper (Auburn, N.Y.). He started with the Westchester County Business Journal in March 2016.

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