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New York to say bye bye to boozy brunch?

If you are like many New Yorkers, you look forward to a nice boozy brunch every now and then. You get some great food, enjoy some good times and take down a couple of your favorite drinks all before 3pm. Apparently, however, these bottomless boozy brunches we all love so much are illegal in the state of New York.

According to the State Liquor Authority's website, there is a law that prohibits “selling, serving, delivering or offering to patrons an unlimited number of drinks during any set period of time for a fixed price," which translates into one of the best things about brunch these days.

Despite this new revelation, it doesn't look like it's being enforced to the greatest extent of the law, just yet anyways. Make sure you get your fill of your favorite bottomless brunch before it ends; it's only a matter of time before this law turns into a big deal in NYC.

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