Or just drink at home! Jesus, what is it with you people?
If you are a New Yorker whose unwillingness to acknowledge the drinking problem you have developed over the last few years leaves you jittery and irate on Sundays because the restaurants here will not serve you sweet, shake-relieving alcohol until noon (or if you are simply a drunk with poor planning skills), good news: Both the Senate and the Assembly have passed legislation that will “allow wine be sold in growlers and let restaurants begin serving alcohol at 10 a.m. on Sundays and, outside of New York City, at 8 a.m. up to a dozen times a year.” Now it’s off to the governor for his signature. Congratulations! This will help you keep pretending for a little while longer at least!