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Friday, April 19, 2024

Extended Deadline for Early Morning Buffalo Bills Game: Sunday Liquor Permit Applications Now Available


NEW YORK (WKBW) ⁢— As‍ the Buffalo ​Bills prepare ⁤to‌ take on the Jacksonville Jaguars in London early Sunday morning, Governor ‌Kathy Hochul has taken​ action ​to support ​bars and restaurants in ​New York. ⁢She has directed the State Liquor Authority to extend the deadline for establishments to apply ⁣for a special Sunday ⁢liquor⁤ permit.

The original‍ deadline was Friday of this week, but with the early start time‍ of the game, Governor Hochul has ‌waived the 15-day⁢ advance notice normally required. This permit would⁣ allow bars and restaurants to serve alcohol between the hours of ⁣8 and 10 a.m., ⁤two hours earlier than usual.

According to Governor⁢ Hochul,​ this extension allows Bills fans everywhere to “circle the wagons” and​ cheer on their team together. Whether they are⁢ in the mood for a pint or just the Bills‌ spirit, fans now ‌have ⁣more options ⁤to gather​ and support the team.

“From⁢ London to⁣ Buffalo,⁤ we are all Bills fans​ on Sunday. With the early start time, we want to make sure⁤ that all our fans have the chance​ to come⁣ together and⁣ support our team. That’s why we are extending the deadline for bars and restaurants to apply ‌for⁢ a Sunday liquor​ permit,​ so we can all come together ‍and cheer on the Bills to victory!”

– Gov. Hochul

If you are a bar ‌or​ restaurant owner, you can ‍find more information on how to apply for​ the special Sunday liquor permit⁣ here.

For ⁢those looking for a place to watch the game,⁣ here are 10 locations in ‍London where you can join other die-hard​ Bills fans. Let’s‌ go Buffalo!

Alejandro Mendoza
Alejandro Mendoza
Alejandro Mendoza is a dedicated journalist, known for his in-depth research and commitment to truth. A graduate of Columbia University's School of Journalism, he specializes in revealing and reporting on significant local issues.
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