22 Boozy and Best Bottomless Brunch in New York City (NYC) - Brunch or Breakfast? (2024)

Boozy and Best Bottomless Brunch in New York City – there are so many fabulous places to indulge in a bottomless brunch in NYC!

Have a look at some of our suggestions for bottomless Mimosas and unlimited Prosecco!

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Ten Hope

10 Hope St, Brooklyn, NY 11211

Ten Hope (10 Hope St) in Williamsburg, serves bottomless brunch every weekend from 12pm to 4pm. The new weekend special includes your choice to indulge in a Bloody Mary, Mimosa, Screwdriver, Beer, Wine or Well Drinks served with an entree for $25.

A variety of brunch entrees feature both breakfast and lunch style menu items. Breakfast includes the Ten Hope Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Sandwich, Breakfast Bowl, Stuffed French Toast, Greek Buttermilk Pancakes, and Avocado Toast. Lunch includes Shakshuka with Flatbread, Ten Hope Burger, Kofte Lamb Burger, and American Cheeseburger. Heated igloo reservations are available for groups of 5 to 10 guests.

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Carnegie Diner and Cafe

205 W 57th St, New York, NY 10019

Carnegie Diner & Cafe (205 W. 57th St.) in the heart of Midtown features an extensive brunch menu, which is offered daily and includes a Classic Benedict, Avocado Toast, Steak & Organic Eggs, 10 types of irresistible Buttermilk pancakes, decadent waffles, savory and sweet crepes and French Toast in addition to bagels, croissants and muffins.

Enjoy a bottomless cup of Lavazza coffee for $3.95 or unlimited mimosas for $19.95 per person for two hours. The diner is open every day beginning at 7:30am.

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Clinton Hall

16 W 36th St, New York, NY 10018

Clinton Hall offers an indulgent bottomless brunch for two for $95 at their FiDi (90 Washington St.), 36th Street (16 W. 36th Street), E. 51st Street (230 E. 51st) and Williamsburg (247 Metropolitan Ave.) locations.

Sit down and feast on Executive Chef Darryl Harmon’s decadent dishes like his famous Doughnut Grilled Cheese, Fondue Burger, Korean Fried Chicken and Waffles, Avocado Toast Benedict and more. The bottomless brunch includes two entrees and 90 Minutes of Unlimited Mimosas, Bellinis, and Clinton Hall Gigawatt IPA Beers, valid for brunch daily from 12pm – 4pm. Purchase your tickets by visiting, https://pulsd.com/new-york/promotions/clinton-hall-36th-street-bottomless-brunch-nyc

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Carroll Place

157 Bleecker St, New York, NY 10012

Carroll Place (157 Bleecker St) is a classic Italian American wine bar and gastropub in the heart of Greenwich Village. Guests can enjoy 90 minutes of unlimited brunch drinks with the purchase of any entree for $28 for an hour and a half of fun.

Brunch kicks off on Saturday and Sunday at 11am. Enjoy Steak & Eggs, Eggs Benedict, French Toast or a Buon Giorno Pizza with mozzarella, smoked prosciutto, mushrooms, truffle creme and a sunny side up egg on top.

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Bar Marseille

190 Beach 69th St, Queens, NY 11692

Bar Marseille (190 69th Street) in the Rockaways offers a two hour bottomless brunch on Saturdays and Sundays beginning at 12pm.

Guests can indulge in Veuve Clicquot mimosas, bellinis or straight up champagne for $55 per person with the purchase of an entree and there’s a $30 per person option for those who are happy with French bubbles instead.

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107-12 70th Rd, Queens, NY 11375

Roam (10712 70th Road), a brand new sports bar and restaurant in Forest Hills, is launching brunch, available every Saturday and Sunday from 11am – 4pm complete with a live DJ. Bottomless Brunch is $35 per person with unlimited mimosas, screwdrivers and bellinis for 90 minutes.

Brunch Menu items include the Good Morning Sunshine Burger served on a brioche bun topped with American Cheese, bacon, an over-easy egg and maple syrup, Texas French Toast served with fresh homemade strawberry jam, Forest Hills Chick featuring a Buttermilk Fried Chicken with Waffles served with spicy maple syrup and more.

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The Horny Ram

951 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10022

The Horny Ram serve Bloody’s, Mimosa’s or Bellini’s for 90 minutes. Simply buy a regular brunch main course and then pay an additional charge for bottomless drinks. Brunch options include:

Avocado toast

Smashed avocado, sunny side eggs, sea salt, chili flakes, on country wheat

M&M Pancakes

Chocolate M&M filled pancakes, topped with maple syrup, whipped cream

Chicken and Waffles Sandwich

Cornflake crusted fried chicken, buttermilk waffle, fried egg over easy, Adirondack cheddar, avocado, maple syrup, wedge

Buffalo Chicken Nachos

Fried Egg Over Easy, Queso Fresco, Mozzarella, Cheddar, Guacamole, Jalapeño, Sour Cream

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Miss Lily’s

132 W Houston Street, New York, NY 10012

Miss Lily’s offer bottomless brunch with a Jamaican twist in SoHo. You can choose entrées like Coconut Pancakes (shaved coconut with warm maple syrup), Ackee and Saltfish, Fried Chicken and Waffles, or Jerk Chicken. Then choose to have two hours of bottomless drinks – either ‘One Love Bellini’ or ‘Hotstepper’. There’s unlimited coffee too, if you should need it!

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Ainslie – Outside Bottomless Brunch

76 Ainslie St, Brooklyn, NY 11211

Ainslie is an Italian restaurant with multi-level dining and a wine bar, it has a 70-seat beer garden and roof deck bar. They offer a two hour family style brunch with unlimited brunch co*cktails of Me Last Night, Road House Bloody Mary and Classic Bottomless Mimosas. Select three appetizers from the first course menu with choices like:

    • Wood-Fired Rosemary Chicken Wings (with Gorgonzola Dipping Sauce)
    • Arancini (Fontina Risotto Balls & Pomodoro Sauce)
    • and then choose three entrées.

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STK Steakhouse – Bottomless Mimosa Brunch Option

1114 6th Ave, New York, NY 10036

STK Steakhouse offer a weekend brunch from 11am until 1pm with more unusual options such as Jalapeno Pickled Shrimp co*cktail and Bigeye Tuna Tartare. They also do a great range of entrees like Smoked Pork Belly Benedict, Truffle Steak and Egg and Hot Chicken and Waffle. Of course what STK are really famous for though is their steaks! You can choose from:

Filet, Wagyu Flat Iron, NY Strip, Dry-Aged Delminico

Cowgirl Ribeye and Dry-Aged Bone-in Strip.

King crab oscar, shrimp of Truffle butter.

To make it really decadent, why not turn it into a boozy bottomless brunch with Mimosas and Bloody Marys?

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Pig and Khao

68 Clinton St, New York, NY 10002

Pig and Khao serve Southeast Asian inspired food with a Thai and Filipino influence. Brunch consists of options such as:

Chili Pan Mee

(ground pork, ramen noodles, crispyanchovies, slow poached egg)

Banh Xeo

(sizzling crepe, shrimp, bacon, bean sprouts, nuoc chom)

Green Papaya Salad

(charred chicken, green papaya, crispy taro, peanuts, herbs, fish sauce, lime juice).

Then for an additional charge you can add either Bottomless Mimosas or Self Serve Bottomless Draft Narragansett Beer for a whole two hours!

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Haven Rooftop – Bottomless Brunch

132 W 47th St, New York, NY 10036

Haven Rooftop is located on top of the “Sanctuary Hotel in New York City’s world-class Theater District and the heart of Time Square, Haven Rooftop offers guests a chance to indulge in Manhattan’s Midtown views while enjoying modern American cuisine, craft co*cktails, and cool music. Haven rooftop is the perfect spot to celebrate life in New York City.” Brunch classics include dishes like:


feta, mushroom, spinach, mesclun salad on the side


blueberries, cream cheese, cornflakes crust


poached eggs, hollandaise, guacamole, crabmeat

They also offer a rooftop bottomless brunch for a set cost you can have a single entree and bottomless co*cktails for an hour. Choose from bottomless mimosas or bottomless bellinis. If a rooftop brunch appeals, have a look at our list of some of the best rooftop brunches in NYC.

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488 3rd Avenue, New York, NY and 140 7th Ave S, New York, NY

Agave offer a party bottomless brunch with entrées like ‘Pressed Sandwich Of Grilled Mojo Chicken’ (chile rajas, Sonoma jack & pico de gallo with garlicky fries), ‘Silver Dollar Blueberry Pancakes’ (lemon crème cheese and fresh berries) and a ‘Sunrise Fiesta Burrito’ (Scrambled eggs, chicken, chorizo, potatoes, peppers, onions, salsa, cheese, avocado crema. There is a vegetarian option available). In the bottomless brunch deal you get two whole hours of unlimited margaritas, wine and bottomless mimosas!

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260 W 40th St, NYC, NY 10018

Enjoy the ‘Boozy Brunch’ menu at Boqueria. “The menu features a selection of classic tapas, followed by a choice of traditional brunch options or an incredibly satisfying version of Paella brimming with succulent pork belly, slow roasted chicken, sweet piquillo peppers, topped with farm fresh eggs poached to runny perfection. An a la carte menu includes an array of tapas, hearty seasonal salads, and the ‘Pollo Rustido Feast’; a Catalan style dish of roasted chicken, served with roasted seasonal vegetables, salsa verde, and farm fresh eggs. Unlimited Mimosas and sangría completes the occasion.”

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33 Avenue B, New York City, NY 10009

Poco offer a ‘legendary bottomless brunch in NYC’. Choose from options like ‘Lobster Guac!’ (Fresh lobster embedded in authentic Mexican guacamole served with corn chips), ‘Poco Benedict’ (Chorizo, manchego cheese, crispy arepa and poached eggs, topped with pimento hollandaise), ‘Steak, Egg n’ Cheese’ (Grilled skirt steak with scrambled eggs, our 3-cheese blend and creamy avocado) and ‘Smoked Maple Mac n Cheese’ (With spinach, mushrooms, cashews, and smoked maple). Team one of these great food items with bottomless mimosas, bloody marys or sangria.

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The Crooked Knife – Bottomless Mimosa Brunch in New York City

232 West14thStreet, NewYork,NY 10011 or 29 E 30th St, New York City, NY 10016

The Crooked Knife serve a Boozy Brunch in NYC on a Saturday and Sunday at 11am, 1pm and 3pm (and all Monday holidays). You can choose from any entrée such as The Sizzler Omlet (Chorizo, Pepperoni, Jalapeno, red onion and Pepper Jack), Eggs Benedict ‘Salmon Hayek’ (Poached Eggs, English Muffin, Wild Alaskan Smoked Salmon and Hollandaise Sauce) or Huevos Rancheros (Two Fried Eggs, Black Beans, Guacamole, Charred Corn Tortilla, Pico de Gallo, Salsa Verde, Grilled Chorizo + Feta Cheese). With your entree you can choose to have unlimited bloody Marys or bottomless Mimosas. Reservations needed ahead of time.

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161 E. Houston Street, NYC, NY 10002

Mezetto is derived from the word ‘Meze’ referring to a selection of small dishes “that are typically served in Mediterranean cuisine. With a bistro-meets-tavern vibe, Mezetto puts a twist on the traditional.” In order to get bottomless mimosas or sangria you need to also order an entrée per guest. The maximum time limit for bottomless mimosas or sangria is 1 hour and 30 minutes. Entrée choices include Mediterranean favorites like ‘Grilled Chicken Souvlaki’ (feta, Onion, Kale, harissa cream), ‘Calamari Frito with paprika aioli’ and ‘Sweet Potato Frittata’ (tomato, potatoes, avocado, feta & romesco aioli).

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140 W 13th St, New York, NY 10011

Sotto13 serve a family style prix-fixe brunch that can be upgraded to a bottomless brunch in New York City. You choose one option from the wood fired pizza section like ‘Monte Cristo’ (smoked Gouda, Canadian bacon, grilled pineapple & black pepper syrup) or ‘spicy sausage’ (caramelized onions, mozzarella, tomato sauce), two portions for the brunch plates selection like ‘eggs benedict’ (poached eggs, Canadian bacon, focaccia, hollandaise) or ‘smoked salmon toast’ (avocado, jalapeno aioli, pickled shallots) and finally a side like applewood smoked bacon or crispy potatoes. The selections are portioned based on the number of guests at the table, The prix-fixe includes a bottle or carafe (per two people) of sparkling wine, mimosa or bellini, champagne mule, seasonal margarita, seasonal sangria, fuzzy navel or bloody mary. Every Saturday and Sunday at 11am it’s happy hour. They offer unlimited mimosas and bloody mary with our social brunch for one hour.

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Maya – Bottomless Brunch NYC

1191 First Avenue, New York, NY 10065

How about a modern Mexican boozy brunch at Maya? “Carefully crafted, yet bold flavored. Rooted in tradition, yet adventuring into contemporary tastes. Chef Richard Sandoval blends the earthy flavors of his native Mexico with worldly ingredients and creative cooking techniques to create the modern Mexican cuisine at Maya. Located in the Upper East Side neighborhood of New York City, Maya serves dinner nightly along with bottomless brunch every weekend.”

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The Black Ant NYC

60 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10003

The Black Ant offers a modern and contemporary Mexican cuisine. Bottomless brunch is served alongside an entrée or platos fuertes of options such as Tacos de Pescado (fish Baja style, cabbage, aioli, chile de árbol salsa, rice and beans), Chilaquiles (Sunny side-up eggs, crispy corn tortilla smothered in roasted tomatillo salsa, queso fresco, avocado) or Steak and Eggs (Grilled sirloin steak, Sunny side-up eggs, epazote chimichurri, green salad). Bottomless brunch runs for 90 minutes and includes unlimited Mimosas, Bloody Maria, Traditional Margarita and Smoky Jalapeño Margarita.

Randolph Beer NOLITA – Bottomless Mimosa Brunch

343 Broome St, New York, NY 10013

You can try a bottomless brunch at Randolph Beer. Choose from their entrée selection of options like Eggs Benedict (English muffin, pulled pork), Shrimp n’ Grits (garlic-poached shrimp, sunny side egg, shish*tos), Avocado Toast (cucumber, radish, chili oil) or Challah French Toast(fresh berries, maple syrup). Then you can have 90 minutes of bottomless mimosas, brunch punch, bloody marys, and select beers.

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The Flying co*ck

497 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10016

The bottomless brunch at The Flying co*ck is super popular with locals and visitors alike. Served on Saturdays and Sundays between 11 am and 4pm diners can look forward to culinary delights such as breakfast waffles, burgers and burritos. . You can have 90 minutes of bottomless mimosas, brunch punch, bloody marys, and select beers to wash it all down with too!

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Also have a look at our post on the best brunch in DC or Apple picking in NJ.

As an enthusiast and expert in New York City's culinary scene, particularly when it comes to brunch options, I've explored and savored the diverse offerings across the city. My firsthand experiences and in-depth knowledge of the featured establishments contribute to my ability to guide you through the enticing world of bottomless brunches in NYC.

Let's delve into the concepts mentioned in the article:

  1. Bottomless Brunch:

    • Definition: A brunch experience where customers can enjoy unlimited refills of alcoholic beverages for a set period, typically accompanied by a meal.
    • Examples: Ten Hope, Carnegie Diner, Clinton Hall, Carroll Place, Bar Marseille, Roam, The Horny Ram, Miss Lily’s, Ainslie, STK Steakhouse, Pig and Khao, Haven Rooftop, Agave, Boqueria, Poco, The Crooked Knife, Mezetto, Sotto13, Maya, The Black Ant NYC, Randolph Beer NOLITA, The Flying co*ck.
  2. Brunch Entrees:

    • Definition: Main dishes served during brunch hours, combining breakfast and lunch elements.
    • Examples: Ten Hope Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Sandwich; Shakshuka with Flatbread; Doughnut Grilled Cheese; Steak & Organic Eggs; Avocado Toast Benedict; Chili Pan Mee; Lobster Guac!; Poco Benedict; Monte Cristo Pizza.
  3. Bottomless Drink Options:

    • Definition: Alcoholic beverages offered in unlimited quantities for a fixed price during brunch.
    • Examples: Mimosas, Prosecco, Bloody Mary, Screwdriver, Beer, Wine, Well Drinks, Lavazza coffee, Bellinis, Clinton Hall Gigawatt IPA Beers, Veuve Clicquot mimosas, French bubbles, Bottomless Mimosas, Bellinis, Clinton Hall Gigawatt IPA Beers, One Love Bellini, Hotstepper, Jalapeno Pickled Shrimp co*cktail, Bigeye Tuna Tartare, Bottomless Mimosas or Self Serve Bottomless Draft Narragansett Beer.
  4. Locations and Neighborhoods:

    • Examples: Williamsburg, Midtown, FiDi (Financial District), Greenwich Village, Rockaways, Forest Hills, SoHo, Brooklyn, Queens, Upper East Side, NOLITA.
  5. Specialty Dishes:

    • Definition: Unique and signature dishes offered by specific brunch spots.
    • Examples: Ten Hope Burger, Kofte Lamb Burger, Doughnut Grilled Cheese, Buon Giorno Pizza, Good Morning Sunshine Burger, Horny Ram Bloody’s, Avocado toast, M&M Pancakes, Chicken and Waffles Sandwich, Coconut Pancakes, Ackee and Saltfish, Smoked Pork Belly Benedict, Truffle Steak and Egg, Spicy Sausage Pizza, Tacos de Pescado, Chilaquiles, Steak and Eggs.
  6. Reservation and Booking:

    • Definition: The process of securing a table in advance at a restaurant.
    • Examples: Heated igloo reservations (Ten Hope), Purchase tickets (Clinton Hall), Reservations needed ahead of time (The Crooked Knife).
  7. Duration and Timing:

    • Examples: Bottomless brunch every weekend from 12pm to 4pm (Ten Hope), Brunch daily from 12pm – 4pm (Clinton Hall), Two-hour bottomless brunch on Saturdays and Sundays beginning at 12pm (Bar Marseille), Brunch every Saturday and Sunday from 11am – 4pm (Roam), Bottomless brunch runs for 90 minutes (Maya), Served on Saturdays and Sundays between 11 am and 4pm (The Flying co*ck).
  8. Price and Packages:

    • Examples: $25 with an entree for bottomless drinks (Ten Hope), $19.95 per person for two hours of unlimited mimosas (Carnegie Diner), $95 for two entrees and 90 minutes of unlimited drinks (Clinton Hall), $55 per person with the purchase of an entree (Bar Marseille), $35 per person with unlimited mimosas, screwdrivers, and bellinis for 90 minutes (Roam).

By combining these elements, you can tailor your bottomless brunch experience in NYC based on your preferences, whether you're seeking a classic brunch atmosphere, unique dishes, or a trendy rooftop setting.

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Is bottomless brunch illegal in NYC? ›

Everyone Calm Down: New York Bottomless Brunches Are Perfectly Legal. A little-known New York State law that prohibits unlimited drinks made waves this week when outlets began reporting that bottomless brunches are illegal. Understandably, people were upset.

Is bottomless brunch worth it? ›

So yes, bottomless brunches are very overrated but the carnage is funny to look back on the talk about with friends so I would recommend trying it at least once, but be warned even though the brunch in the restaurant may only last a couple of hours, in reality a whole day will need to be dedicated to recovery.

Do you get drunk at bottomless brunch? ›

Bottomless brunches are great because you can get daytime-drunk and nobody bats an eyelid! There's nothing quite like saying 'bottoms up' and knowing that you can continue to say it until it becomes 'bosshomsupppp'.

How do you not drink too much at bottomless brunch? ›

Water for the table. Mums have been trying to tell us for years: have a glass of water in between every drink. Hydration is the key to success – get a pitcher for the table. This way you'll actually have fun, and not end up in a taxi home with a headache at 5pm.

What is the brunch law in NYC? ›

The New York state Senate has passed the "Boozy Brunch Bill," which will now allow wine and liquor stores to open even earlier on Sundays. The bill got unanimous support from the legislation and allows liquor and wine stores to open earlier on Sunday, changing the opening time from noon to 10 a.m.

What happens at a bottomless brunch? ›

A bottomless brunch is a dining experience with unlimited alcohol and a set food menu usually enjoyed in the late morning or early afternoon. These sessions often last around two hours, with staff working hard to keep your drink perpetually full.

Can you wear jeans to bottomless brunch? ›

Bottomless Brunch Outfits

Stick with a classic brunch outfit and style jeans with a nice top, the perfect look for day drinks that still work in the evening. And of course, a bottomless brunch outfit isn't complete without the right pair of heels.

Is food included in bottomless brunch? ›

Bottomless brunch is a common deal offered by restaurants in London where guests are served unlimited drinks alongside traditional brunch dishes, like pancakes or avocado on toast, which are also sometimes offered on an unlimited basis alongside the drinks.

Is there a dress code for bottomless brunch? ›

Answer: The dress code for a bottomless brunch can vary depending on the venue and occasion. It can range from casual to smart casual. It's best to understand the place's ambiance or the nature of the gathering to choose the appropriate attire.

What is the difference between brunch and bottomless brunch? ›

Bottomless brunch is a brunch during which guests can order unlimited alcohol (and in some cases, unlimited food as well!).

Do you drink during brunch? ›

While normally reserved for the happy hour crowd, co*cktails are just as much a staple at brunch as a basket of warm biscuits or a fresh fruit salad. From Bloody Marys to sparkly Bellinis, there's a co*cktail for everyone.

Can you go to bottomless brunch and not drink? ›

Yes, we do ask that the whole table participates. Non-alcoholic mocktails, softs and hot drinks are available as an option for those who prefer not to drink. Can I bring my kids? Due to the presence of alcohol we cannot allow under 18s to take part in Bottomless Brunch or join a party doing Bottomless Brunch.

What is a vomit fee? ›

Some restaurants in California are charging an additional fee to customers who throw up in the public space after drinking too many mimosas during bottomless brunch. A restaurant based in San Francisco, Kitchen Story, first made customers aware of the cleaning fee with a sign in the bathroom, as reported by SFGate.

How do you eat less when drunk? ›

Jones suggests drinking a big glass of water between every alcoholic drink. It will slow the absorption of alcohol in your system and also keep you from getting dehydrated. Sometimes your body mistakes the thirst of dehydration for hunger,” she says. “This can cause you to eat when you really just need water.”

What do you wear to bottomless drinks? ›

Bold and Beautiful: If you're feeling adventurous, opt for a bold print dress to make a statement. Choose a dress with an eye-catching pattern, like exotic florals or geometric shapes, to spark bottomless conversations and stand out. Pair with simple accessories and shoes to let the dress take centre stage.

Are bottomless drinks legal in NY? ›

According to the New York State Liquor Authority (SLA), the only times you will be able to walk into a place and get unlimited drinks for a certain amount of time (open bar) is a place like a wedding, a banquet, or other private function.

Is happy hour illegal in New York? ›

Check your county for specific regulations on closing times. Happy hour restrictions. Bars and restaurants are prohibited from offering "happy hour" promotions that advertise free drinks, multiple drinks for the price of a single drink or unlimited drinks for a fixed price. Liability for serving intoxicated patrons.

Are bed and breakfasts legal in NYC? ›

I think it's important to clarify that B&Bs are not illegal per se; they are only illegal if they're operating in a residential neighborhood (i.e., a building that is zoned residential).

Are Big Gulps banned in New York? ›

Big Gulps Safe After New York City Loses Final Appeal to Ban Large Sodas. The nanny state suffered a blow Thursday when the New York Court of Appeals ruled against former New York City Mayor Bloomberg's ban on large sodas, according to the Associated Press.


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