The ruling clears the way for restaurants and other businesses to tout BYO in its promotional materials. The club filed suit in over the state's ban on BYOB advertising , saying they wanted to encourage customers to bring their own beer and wine but had avoided such advertising over fears of prosecution. New Jersey law allows the consumption of beer and wine at establishments that don't have a liquor license. However, clubs and restaurants that advertise they are BYOB are subject to prosecution as a disorderly person's offense.
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