A midnight curfew on bars and restaurants in New York will be lifted on a staggered schedule in May, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday.
The curfew on outdoor dining will end on May 17, but bars and restaurants will have to wait until May 31 to allow diners to stay indoors past midnight, according to the governor.
In another win for New York City bar owners, the state will end its ban on seating at bars on Monday. The move will bring the five boroughs in line with food service guidance in the rest of the state.
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