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Most off-premises alcohol sales were not permitted on Sundays until 2004.

Exceptions were made in 1990 for municipalities that were within 10 miles of the New Hampshire or Vermont border.

Because grocery stores are not permitted to carry wine or liquor, the older law essentially meant that only beer and alcoholic malt beverages could be purchased at all on Sundays.

The NYS Alcoholic Beverage Control Law prohibits the issuance of a full liquor license for establishments on the same street or avenue and within two hundred feet of a building occupied exclusively as a school, church, synagogue or other place of worship.

Bergen County, part of the New York metropolitan area, has one of the largest concentrations of enclosed retail shopping malls of any county in the nation; four major malls lie within the county.

Paramus in Bergen County, where three of the four major malls are located, has even more restrictive blue laws than the county itself, banning all type of work on Sundays except in grocery stores, gas stations, pharmacies, hotels, restaurants, and other entertainment venues.

Sale of alcoholic beverages on Christmas Day is entirely prohibited, even in private facilities.

In both exceptions sales were not allowed before noon. Alcohol sales were likewise banned on Sunday until 12 p.m., and on Christmas from 12 a.m. Liquor stores are not required to be open on Sundays, but those who choose to do so are restricted to the hours of 11 AM and 6 PM.

As recently as 2010, Governor Chris Christie had proposed the repeal of these Blue Laws in his State Budget, Car dealerships are not allowed to be open or do business on Sundays anywhere in the state. and until midnight for off-premise, except on Sundays; no alcohol is allowed to be sold on or off-premise.

In November 2012, Christie issued an executive order to temporarily suspend the blue law due to the effects of Hurricane Sandy. Stores can apply for permits to sell on and off-premise on Sunday if their municipality allows it. Prior to 2006, off-premises alcohol sales were forbidden until noon on Sundays, and liquor/wine stores were required to be closed the entire day.

on Sundays only at "supermarkets", defined as stores with "not less than 10,000 square feet of floor space" that sell a "variety of food and household products", including fruits, vegetables, meat and poultry; the stores must have a minimum of 25% of their floor area in use for retail sales other than alcohol.

Carry-out alcohol sales were strictly prohibited on Sundays until 2010, when the state amended its laws to permit qualified breweries to sell local brews for carryout (generally growlers). Due to this prohibition, liquor stores in neighbouring Illinois (though having higher state alcohol taxes) have parking lots full of vehicles bearing Indiana licence plates.