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This is happening now because of Senate Bill 17, which lets restaurants and wineries sell alcohol starting at 11 a.m. on Sundays instead of 12:30 p.m.
Gov. Nathan Deal signed the "brunch bill" into law on May 8, giving municipalities the final say of whether or not they want to put it on their ballots.
The “brunch bill” is a regular under the Gold Dome.
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Other versions have made it through the House in past years but died in the Senate.
Alcohol stores were only allowed to start selling booze on Sundays during Gov. Deal's first year in office "after five years of heated lobbying that pitted grocery and convenience stores against preachers," as reported by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution in 2011.
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Come Saturday or Sunday, or any given day, most Atlantans choose to bypass breakfast altogether and opt for the ever-popular brunch options around town. Mixing the savory with the sweet, your taste buds will thrive in this breakfast/lunch mash-up meal.