Looks like booze is back as part of the most important meal of the day in South Florida.
Under the old law, no one could buy a Mimosa or Bloody Mary to go with morning brunch. It was meant to keep Sunday holy, which had quite the hint of irony: If you wanted to get a little buzz, you had to go to church and get in line a couple of times during communion.
But now locals and tourists can enjoy a morning beer as early as 7 a.m.
Restaurant and bar owners pressed the city to change the law, saying it was an outdated restriction that no longer made sense in today's tourism-based economy.
Liquor and grocery stores still are not allowed to sell alcohol until noon.
But in restaurants and pubs, it's back to being easy like Sunday morning.