What are people to do now in Wrigleyville if the Chicago Cubs actually are close to clinching or getting blown out? No booze to calm those nerves or forget the devastating loss!
“Bars and restaurants surrounding Wrigley Field on Monday reluctantly agreed today to stop serving alcohol after the seventh inning of potential title-clinching Cubs playoff games, but only after City Hall made a last-minute concession: The prohibition will end if the games go into extra innings.”
I wonder how much money bar owners will lose from this rule. Will people go to bars outside of Wrigleyville that don’t have to abide by this restriction? This is interesting. I believe it’s legal, but what kind of break will these owners of the establishments receive for their lost revenue. We probably won’t find out anyways as the Cubs never win anything.
(I googled “no alcohol” and this picture of Lindsay Lohan came up)