News & Insights
June 29, 2018
It’s that time of year again when relatives arrive en masse for a few days of turkey, football and conversation. No better time than to stock up on booze.
Tennessee state law makes planning for holiday season particularly important. In 2019, your friendly neighborhood grocery and liquor store will be closed on Thanksgiving. It's one of several holidays each year in which wine and alcohol sales are prohibited, including Christmas and New Year's Day.
Otherwise, you'd better stock up on Wednesday night before 11 p.m., the legal cutoff for wine and alcohol sales in Tennessee.
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