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==Drink==
 
==Drink==
  
*The drinking age, along with the other 50 states, is '''21''' years of age. However New York allows underage drinking provided that it is on private non alcohol-selling premises, with parental consent. New York also allows underage drinking for religious purposes. [http://drinkingage.procon.org/files/NYMedicalAmnesty.pdf ][http://drinkingage.procon.org/files/NYMedicalAmnesty.pdf ]
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*The drinking age, along with the other 49 states, is '''21''' years of age. However New York allows underage drinking provided that it is on private non alcohol-selling premises, with parental consent. New York also allows underage drinking for religious purposes. [http://drinkingage.procon.org/files/NYMedicalAmnesty.pdf ][http://drinkingage.procon.org/files/NYMedicalAmnesty.pdf ]
 
*Beer and other beverages with a low alcohol content can be found in supermarkets, while hard liquor and wine can be found in liquor stores. Liquor stores, by law, are not allowed to sell beer and champagne.
 
*Beer and other beverages with a low alcohol content can be found in supermarkets, while hard liquor and wine can be found in liquor stores. Liquor stores, by law, are not allowed to sell beer and champagne.
 
*State law stipulates that bars must close at 4am, although individual counties and municipalities may set an earlier closing time; outside of New York City, Albany and Buffalo, bars tend to close much earlier. Alcohol cannot be sold before noon on Sundays in most counties.
 
*State law stipulates that bars must close at 4am, although individual counties and municipalities may set an earlier closing time; outside of New York City, Albany and Buffalo, bars tend to close much earlier. Alcohol cannot be sold before noon on Sundays in most counties.

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