SPEAK UP: Should restaurants be able to sell alcohol at 10 a.m. on Sundays? YESTERDAY'S RESULTS: Should the SAFE Act gun-control law be repealed? 1,573 YES

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Poll posted 3 years ago.

9 Comments

  • Debra65 - 3 years ago

    I think 10:00 am is reasonable for Brunch. To have a Mimosa. If we go way back to when Sunday was a day of rest, then maybe all of the stores should be closed.

    To KEVIN who said "Who would drink at 10 am any morning ? ALCOHOLICS THAT'S WHO". I am NOT nor ever was an ALCOHOLIC (not even close). But once in a blue moon, I enjoy a Mimosa with my brunch when with friends. If I am aloud to have one before noon, by aw, I will. THAT DOES NOT MAKE ME or MY FRIENDS ALCOHOLICS !!!!!

  • 1920s Guy - 3 years ago

    I thought alcohol was illegal? Since when is it allowed to be sold?

  • Some Guy - 3 years ago

    Stay home and drink. That's my motto.

  • Beth - 3 years ago

    First of all, this is about brunch at a restaurant. Typical brunch fare includes a bloody mary or a mimosa or a similar drink. It truly hurts these local establishments to have to arbitrarily wait until noon to serve these standard brunch beverages. Secondly, not everyone is Christian. We don't all go to church. Many of us enjoy brunch with family and friends on a regular basis on Sunday before noon and do not need to be shamed by churchgoers.

  • Pam - 3 years ago

    maybe 11 at a special occasion perhaps a family brunch. Kevins comment of who drinks at 10 am evidentally many or there would not be such a big deal about it.

  • Charlie M - 3 years ago

    Why 10 o'clock? Why not 9:00 or 8:00 and not have to bother with administering a waiver process?

    Thinking that, at least in this age, restricting sales until after church is out - noon - somehow makes the community better is so pointless. Those that really want to drink this early will figure it out.

  • Carla - 3 years ago

    So much for the lords day!Guess church attendence really going to go down now too!
    No problem after masses over,anytime after about 12:00 pm on a Sunday.Not before!
    What next,get a DWI before mass now,if ya stop for a cold one before mass too now on a Sunday?
    Not keen to the idea,its Sunday,lords day,time for family,afternoon dinner,with family,but as always,its all about buissness,all about money,all about Sales Tax collected,and the Lords day right out the window too!

  • Bill - 3 years ago

    Why not I myself would not drink at 10 am on any day. But what others do is not my business,

  • Kevin - 3 years ago

    Who drinks alcohol at 10 am any morning ? ALCOHOLICS THAT'S WHO

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