New York quietly extends takeout booze


Takeout and delivery of booze from New York bars and eateries in New York will continue for at least a while longer.

The popular coronavirus pandemic-era to-go cocktail rule was previously set to expire, but was quietly extended through April 6 earlier this month, the State Liquor Authority told The Post.

The SLA said the “the state continues to review and work with legislature on this issue.”

Under a bill issued introduced last year, take-out and delivery of alcoholic drinks would be extended another two years post-pandemic.

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