After a night of drinking alcohol, most people walk home or get rides home from friends, taxis or ride-sharing companies. The next morning, most people, even if they still feel some effects of the night before, believe that they are ready to drive.
Brunch anyone? Under an agreement reached among the state legislators and Gov. Andrew Cuomo, restaurants and taverns with on-premise liquor licenses will be able to start serving alcoholic beverages at 10:00 a.m. instead of noon. Outside New York City, they can also get up to 12 one-time permits to start serving at 8:00 a.m.. The law takes effect 60 days after the governor's signature.