After Raleigh Approves Its Own Brunch Bill, You Can Now Booze at Ten on Sunday Morning

After Raleigh Approves Its Own Brunch Bill, You Can Now Booze at Ten on Sunday Morning

Raleigh’s brunch people will be able order up a Bloody Mary, a full-bodied Malbec, or even (woah!) a Miller Lite two hours earlier with the city council’s approval Wednesday of its own Brunch Bill, made possible by a change in state law.

Senate Bill 155, signed by Governor Cooper June 30, made a host of changes to state liquor laws, notably allowing cities and counties to set a ten a.m. starting time for Sunday sales of the drinks their ABC licenses allow.…

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