Any establishment in New York with a liquor license — most notably bars and restaurants — must close indoor operations at 10 p.m. Friday. 

It's part of the state's new restrictions designed to help deal with the surge in coronavirus cases.

Restaurants will still be allowed to serve takeout after 10 p.m.

Gyms must also close at 10 p.m.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo is also restricting indoor gatherings and parties at private homes to a maximum of 10 people.

That includes Thanksgiving get-togethers.

Right now, areas within several counties in the state have been designated as Yellow Zones. That means the number of confirmed coronavirus cases is spiking there.

It also means certain restrictions are in place, including limitations on the number of people a restaurant can seat at a table, reduced numbers at gatherings and houses of worship, and COVID-19 tests being administered to 20% of people in schools each week.

The governor says the state is dangerously close to more shut-downs. Cuomo says it's essentially the final warning to get the spread of coronavirus under control.