Bottomless Brunch Is Illegal In Ohio, Making It One Of The Weirdest Laws In Cleveland

Bottoms up! If you’ve ever traveled, you’ve probably noticed that liquor laws vary from state to state. In some places, you might spot a drive-through margarita bar. In other destinations, like Las Vegas, for example, you can find happy hour somewhere at almost any given time. One of the most unexpected liquor laws in Cleveland, however, is actually one that’s enforced throughout the state: no bottomless brunch. Now, is brunch itself prohibited? Well, not exactly. But the bottomless drinks that come with your breakfast-lunch mashup are prohibited here in The Buckeye State. Wet your whistle at brunch, but find out why bottomless drinks are prohibited here:

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Did you know that bottomless drinks are prohibited in Ohio? What is the weirdest liquor law you’ve encountered in another state? Share your thoughts in the comments!

This isn’t the only weird law in the state… Greater Cleveland has several oddballs! Check out our list of super weird laws that, for the most part, aren’t enforced.