Later last call: Bars and restaurants can stay open until midnight

Bars and restaurants in the Hudson Valley can stay open later starting tonight.
The curfew is extended by an hour to midnight.
Capacity will still be limited to 75%.
There is no word on when the state plans to increase capacity.
Catering venues are also now allowed to stay open one hour later until 1 a.m.
The latest extension comes just week after the state lifted curfews for gyms and movie theaters. 
There's was a celebration at Saints and Scholars in Yonkers Monday night.
They say they're so excited for more late nights like this - and hopefully fewer restrictions as soon as cases go down.
"From 11 p.m. to 12 a.m., we could possibly do 100 cocktails, which is a lot of money. You know what I mean? To pay the bills. It's expensive running a restaurant," says Saints & Scholars co-owner Aidan Loughran.
It's a win for staff as well, as more service hours equals more tips.
Next week, museums, aquariums, zoos, and botanical gardens can increase capacity to 50%.
Movie theaters will be able to invite 33% inside.
The capacity limit for large arenas will also be raised to 25% in one month.