As some of us know from first-hand experience, it's not hard to get into trouble at a bar. In some states, it's surprisingly easy to go one step further and break the law. In Indiana, for instance, apparently it is illegal to carry a cocktail from the bar to a table; only the server is allowed to do that. Likewise, in Hawaii, you can legally order only one drink at a time. Your friends have to buy their own, and any minors who were hoping you'd get them a cocktail have to go to Plan B.
And now, some bars are imposing their own sets of rules, from no suits to 25 or older to drink.
Phil's Crummy Corner, Brooklyn, New York
After neighbors complained about noise levels - the bar is known for loud late-night parties on Fridays and Saturdays - Phil's Crummy Corner's management raised the drinking age to 25 after 10 p.m. on weekends.