7 Dry Towns In New York Where You Won’t Find A Drink In Sight

It might have been over 80 years ago that prohibition ended for most places in America, but what you might be surprised to hear is that there are still quite a few towns in the state of New York that don’t allow the sale of alcohol by any means. Inside these small towns, you won’t be able to make a run to the local convenience store or have an alcoholic beverage while you’e out eating dinner in a restaurant. A touch of the past is still preserve here! So if you’re wondering where these places are, here’s a list of dry towns in our state where you may end up finding yourself feeling a bit thirsty.

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New York’s small towns are certainly intriguing! Do you live in any of these dry towns? To read about more interesting destinations, check out This Tiny Town In New York With An Incredibly Creepy Past!