Bottomless Brunch is Illegal in New York, But We’re Not Too Worried

And more fascinating stuff we found on the Internet today.

Photo: Sorry For Partying

Photo: Sorry For Partying

Calling all hollandaise, waffle, and mimosa-lovers: You know those boozy brunches you drag yourself out of bed for on Sunday mornings? According to the Huffington Post, they’re illegal.

Turns out, a State Liquor Authority law exists that prohibits the “selling, serving, delivering, or offering to patrons an unlimited number of drinks during any set period of time for a fixed price.”

Relax, relax. No one seems to be too concerned about this law, including Robert Bookman, counsel to the NYC Hospitality Alliance, who told The New York Post that “the community boards don’t seem to be complaining about it and the customers definitely aren’t complaining about it.”

In the odd chance that restaurants are forced to kill their bottomless brunch deals, just remember that there’s always Happy Hour, which is way less annoying than bottomless brunch.

Here’s some more interesting stuff we came across today:

Chef José Andrés says, “You’ll see me doing fast-food restaurants in the next year.” [Vanity Fair]

Sea urchins: The sought-after catch wiped out by the storms. [The Guardian]

Rules to limit marketing unhealthy food in schools [WSJ]

74,476 Reasons you should always get the bigger pizza. [NPR]

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