Some New York City lawmakers are pushing for indoor dining in the city, and some restaurant owners are now filing a class action lawsuit. The suit is seeking $2 billion in damages, alleging the state is violating the constitutional rights of the owners of more than 150,000 New York City restaurants, many of which have already closed permanently.
One restaurant in Queens argues customers can walk blocks away into Nassau County if they want to eat indoors.
Il Bacco on Northern Boulevard say it is unfair that indoor dining is illegal in Little Neck, but legal just a few blocks east in Great Neck, on Long Island.
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