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- NY REQUIRING FOOD PURCHASE WHEN BUYING BOOZEEffective immediately, all on-premises sales of alcoholic beverages must be accompanied by food. Click on the headline to read the new rules.
- NO FOOD? NO LICENSE!Serving booze at a bar or restaurant in New York? If so, you must offer food, too. We breakdown the food rules.
- SLA LETS LICENSEES RENEW NOW, PAY LATERThe New York State Liquor Authority has mercy on licensees who have been impacted by the pandemic, so payments can be deferred until August 31, 2020.
- RENEWING IN NYC? IMPORTANT REMINDERNYC on-premise liquor, wine or beer license expiring on Aug. 30? If so, you’ll want to read this post.
- CUOMO EXTENDS ‘BOOZE TO GO’ RULE UNTIL JULY 26UPDATED 11:53 am. EDT – Gov. Cuomo has extended the temporary rule that allows bars and restaurants to sell booze to go with food orders until July 26.
- C.O.D. LIST EXPLAINEDWholesaler insisting on cash-on-delivery for your liquor delivery? We breakdown the SLA’s C.O.D./delinquency list and how to get off it.