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Search for blue laws.. it’s nutty.
Grand Rapids, Michigan banned (1) hard alcohol then later (2) beer & wine on sundays. The first law sunset so you could only buy hard liquor at bar Sunday
They probably changed that since I lived there (2005) but really smart
Utah has a similar law. I stayed at a hotel in Salt Lake City, and they had a “mandatory purchase” unlimited chips and salsa on the menu for $1, and your first drink had a 99¢ discount if you bought the chips and salsa.
They did the same during covid
I misread the post as “incredible sandwiches” and I clicked it to find out what made the sandwiches taste so good. Now I’m bummed out because I got all excited about incredible sandwiches.
Happened all over during covid too. Well something similar anyway.
> Bars are closed, restaurants are OK, but they have to serve food!
Ok here’s a $5 bag of chips, and your 8 beers. If the chips are not to your tables liking you can return them, unopened, for your money back.
>No no! The food has to be cooked!
Ok here’s a $5 hot pocket for the table to split.
Why does Chicago serve inedible sandwiches in 2023?
Ya blue laws or dry counties. Been to bars where you get a hot dog with your beer