“Lawyer sues to end bottomless brunches”

Manhattan attorney Robert Halpern, a “public interest lawyer” — says who? — fancies himself a scourge of the weekend mimosa and Bloody Mary crowd. “Bottomless brunches lead to more drinking in the neighborhood, which leads to more noise, more crowds and more uncivil behavior,” he complains in court papers. [Julia Marsh, New York Post]

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  • How disappointing – “bottomless” in this context does NOT mean the people are naked from the waist down. That’s what I assumed when I saw the headline…