|State||Alcoholic beverage control state||Alcohol sale hours||Grocery Store Sales||Notes|
|Beer||Wine||Distilled spirits||On-premises||Off-premises||Beer||Wine||Distilled Spirits|
|New York||No||8 am–4 am. Sundays Noon-4 am. Some counties have more restrictive hours.||Beer: Per state law, 24 hours/day.
Wine & spirits: 9 am–midnight Mon–Sat, Noon–9 pm Sunday.
Many counties have more restrictive hours, such as bans on beer sales overnight (hours vary).
|Yes||No||Off-premises sale of wine and spirits is only at liquor stores, and beer is not sold at liquor stores; it must be sold at supermarkets and convenience stores. Exchanges for returned items are permitted (at store owners' discretion).
Some counties may retain the Sunday morning beer prohibition which the state discontinued as of July 30, 2006. Twelve dry towns, mostly in western region of state. All liquor stores must be owned by a single owner, who owns that store and lives within a certain distance of it — effectually banning chain liquor stores from the state. New York City law does not allow open containers of alcohol in public.
|North Carolina||No||Yes||Yes||7 a.m. - 2 a.m. (Monday-Saturday) Noon - 2 a.m. (Sunday), no liquor sales on Sunday allowed.||Yes||No||15% ABV cap on beer, no known cap on wine.|
|North Dakota||No||Noon - 2 a.m. Sundays 8 a.m. - 2 a.m. Mon-Sat||before 2.am. Thanksgiving Day||No||No off-sale on Thanksgiving Day. No Christmas Day on-sale, nor sales on Christmas Eve after 6 p.m.|
|Ohio||No||Yes||5:30 a.m. - 2:30 a.m.||5:30 a.m. - 1 a.m.||Yes, under 21% ABV||12% ABV cap on beer. 21% ABV cap on wine. The Division of Liquor Control does not operate retail outlets; it appoints private businesses to act as its agents and sell its products in exchange for a commission. Normal proof spirits (>21% ABV) are sold only in a limited number of agent stores. Many retail outlets sell diluted spirits (diluted by water to 21% ABV) under a more readily obtained permit.
No intoxicating liquor shall be handled by any person under twenty-one years of age, except that a person eighteen years of age or older employed by a permit holder may handle or sell beer or intoxicating liquor in sealed containers in connection with wholesale or retail sales, and any person nineteen years of age or older employed by a permit holder may handle intoxicating liquor in open containers when acting in the capacity of a server in a hotel, restaurant, club, or night club. .
Alcohol can be sold/given to people under the age of eighteen if given by a physician in the regular line of his practice or given for established religious purposes, or the underage person is accompanied by a parent, spouse who is not an underage person, or legal guardian.
|Oklahoma||No||6 a.m. to 2 a.m.||10 a.m. to 9 p.m. (Mon-Sat)||3.2 in grocery stores and gas stations all above 3.2% in Retail Package Stores||No||4.0% ABV/3.2 ABW or higher only sold at room temperature in liquor stores, Liquor Stores closed on Sundays and some holidays. As of 2007, liquor stores are now open on election days. State law prohibits public intoxication, many counties and cities also prohibit public intoxication.|
|Oregon||No||Yes||7 a.m. to 2:30 a.m.||7 a.m. to 2:30 a.m.||Yes||No||Liquor, all of which is state-owned prior to sale to consumers, is sold in private liquor stores. These stores are approved by Oregon's Liquor Commissioners to act as sales agents on the state's behalf.
Oregon Liquor Control Commission
|Pennsylvania||No||Yes||As of 2012, Sunday sales at hotels and restaurants are permitted from 9:00am ET until 2:00am ET Monday only with a special annual permit and whose sales of food and non-alcoholic beverages are at least 30% of total sales.
Private clubs can serve alcohol from 7:00 a.m. till 3:00 a.m. Sales of alcohol have to stop at 3:00 a.m.
|State stores hours vary from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Mon–Sat and always noon until 5 p.m. Sunday.||No||Wine and spirits can only be sold at State-operated stores. All persons must be at least 21 years of age to enter a state-operated liquor store alone. Beer is not sold at state-operated liquor stores.
Beer can be purchased at beverage outlets (cases only), or restaurants (six-packs/restricted quantities) with Liquor Control Board–issued licenses, but not supermarkets. Non-alcoholic beer is an exception, and may be sold in supermarkets, but persons buying it still must be at least 21 years of age.
Sunday sales were prohibited in LCB stores until 2003 (selected locations) and beverage outlets (owner's option) until 2005.
There are currently seven state liquor stores located within supermarkets.
In 2010, a trial was initiated to test selling wine in grocery stores using vending machines. The buyer must present identification, look into a camera to allow an offsite PLCB employee to verify the identification, and blow into a breathalyzer to authorize the sale. This practice was ended in September 2011.
As of 2007, some convenience stores and grocery stores were trying to fight Pennsylvania's strict laws on the sale of alcohol. Since 2009, beer sales have been approved in multiple Western Pennsylvania locations of the grocery chains Giant Eagle and Wegmans. In addition, wine kiosks have also recently become available at multiple Giant Eagle locations in the Pittsburgh area.
Special permits may be purchased for certain organizations for fundraisers once per calendar year, and are valid for a total of six days under the same rules governing restaurants. Grain alcohol prohibited as a beverage.
|Rhode Island||No||1 a.m. seven days a week. 2 a.m. in Providence only on Friday and Saturday nights and nights before a state-recognized holiday.||(Mon-Sat) 9 a.m. - 10 p.m.
(Sunday) 12 midday - 6 p.m.
|No||All alcohol may be sold only in liquor stores.|
|South Carolina||No||Yes||On-premise closing times are local option and are not set by the state.||24 hours for beer and low-alcohol wine, 9am-7pm Mon-Sat. at liquor stores.
No alcohol sales on Election Day
|Yes||No||14% ABW (17.5% ABV) cap on beer
Wine > 16% ABV sold in liquor stores
No hard liquor sales after 7 p.m. and none on Sundays.
No off-premise alcohol sales after midnight Saturday until 7 a.m. Monday, except in Aiken, Greenville, Spartanburg, Horry County, Colleton County, Richland County, Charleston County/city, Beaufort County and York County. No sales on election days at liquor stores.
|South Dakota||No||Yes||14% ABV cap on beer|
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