Bottomless prosecco brunches and bubbles while you get a blow dry are to be outlawed.
The move's part of wide ranging laws aimed at tackling our boozy culture, which are due to come into force soon.
It's now common for Dublin hairdressers to offer a G&T or glass of prosecco in place of the traditional tea or coffee.
The forthcoming Public Health Bill includes regulations which ban the supply of alcohol for free.
Health Minister Simon Harris hopes the laws will be passed by the end of the year.