Survey Finds New Yorkers Favor Making ‘Alcohol-To-Go’ Rule Permanent

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ALBANY – A new survey from the New York Restaurant Association found the pandemic-initiated alcohol take-out and delivery rule is favored by most New Yorkers. 

Many of those who were polled, the association says, want the rule to stay even after the pandemic ends.











Already extended numerous times, the rule is currently set to expire on June 5.

The poll was conducted statewide and took place between May 14 and May 20.







For an industry hit so hard by the pandemic, the leaders with the state Restaurant Association say that stability is needed, and this rule becoming permanent will help aid the industries recovery. 

 





















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