How Early You Can Start Drinking at Brunch in Every State
Love it or hate it, brunch has become a lifestyle. Personally, we’re all for it because it’s the only time when drinking booze before you’ve even had breakfast is totally socially acceptable. If you’re the brunch-loving type who likes to travel the country, however, you may have realized that not all states are made equal when it comes to Sunday’s most popular meal. That’s because the time that alcohol can be served at Sunday brunch varies greatly depending on where you are. So to avoid a nasty disappointment when you’re traveling out of state — or prep you for an even earlier round of bottomless Mimosas than you’ve ever attempted — this is the only guide you’ll ever need for brunching around the United States.