Ever wish you could have a mimosa before noon at Sunday brunch? Try to check out at Publix with a six-pack at 11:45 on Sunday, and be told you need to hang around and wait for 15 minutes? Fear not, problem drinker. The Fort Lauderdale city commission is on your side.
Florida's cities and counties have an overlapping patchwork of liquor laws: normally, state law prohibits liquor sales between 3 a.m. and 7 a.m. Counties can change that -- for example, Miami-Dade's liquor stores can stay open 24 hours, and Broward restricts liquor sales before More »