Restaurants in N.J. beach town lose BYOB fight

05/9/2012 | Philly.com (Philadelphia)

Voters in Ocean City, N.J., voted down a measure Tuesday that would have allowed diners to bring their own beer and wine. Restaurateurs who supported the change say they're losing business to neighboring towns that allow alcohol, while opponents of the hotly contested measure say voters opted for tradition -- the town has been "dry" since its founding as a religious retreat in the 1880s.

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