Liquor stores fed up with coronavirus booze-to-go rules for restaurants
A bar brawl is brewing over the to-go cocktail. Since kicking off in March, the Empire State’s coronavirus rule allowing bars and restaurants to sell booze on the go has tested the liquor retailer’s nerves, especially given the multiple 30-day extensions it’s been granted by Gov. Cuomo. Now, two state legislators are calling for the to-go cocktail to live on — potentially forever — sending the industry over the edge.