The New York State Liquor Authority (NYSLA) is entertaining a new regulation that would prohibit restaurant establishments with liquor licenses from paying more than 10% for third-party deliveries. Note that under the pending regulation, the third-party service would not be restricted from charging whatever fee they believed the market would bear, rather the prohibition is placed on an establishment licensed by NYSLA and dictates that they not pay a delivery fee in excess of 10%. The regulatory agency was scheduled to take action on the proposed regulation earlier this week, but the NYSLA put the matter over until October 2 of this year, when it will again be scheduled for a formal vote. Those who wish to comment may do so via email to by September 27.