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N.Y. Liquor Authority Clarifies: Boozy Bottomless Brunch Drink Specials Are Probably Okay

Everyone in New York City dreading weekends without brunch bottomless drink specials needs to just take a few deep breaths and relax: After the panic that ensued when the New York City Hospitality Alliance pointed out that such promotions are against the law, the State Liquor Authority is clearing a few things up. [More]

NYC Brunch Crowd Shocked, Simply Shocked, That Bottomless Drink Specials Are Illegal

NYC Brunch Crowd Shocked, Simply Shocked, That Bottomless Drink Specials Are Illegal

Listen very carefully with your ear turned toward the Big Apple and you will likely hear the combined keening of brunch fans mourning the fact that those bottomless drink specials offered on weekends are actually against the law in New York City. Everything must have a bottom, it turns out, even a Bloody Mary. [More]

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Mommy, This Orange Juice Tastes Funny––Because It’s A Mimosa

It seemed that the nation’s restauranteurs tightened up their standards and found ways to not serve spiked drinks to children. 2011-2012 was a landmark period of Booze 4 Kids, but we haven’t heard any reports of the phenomenon in exactly one year. Until a restaurant in Rochester, N.Y. decided to serve up mimosas instead of orange juice. [More]

Man Claims To Have Found Condom In Soup

Man Claims To Have Found Condom In Soup

A man in Mission Viejo, California, says when he began eating his french onion soup over Easter brunch at the restaurant Claim Jumper, he bit into something rubbery. He “spit out the piece of cheese only to discover he had been chewing on what his wife claimed was a condom.”