Raleigh, N.C. — The "brunch bill," which allows restaurants to serve alcohol before noon on Sundays, has passed the state legislature and now each municipality is deciding whether to enact it.
Raleigh and Carrboro are among the first to approve it, meaning you can start enjoying a mimosa at restaurants in those cities as early as 10 a.m. this Sunday.
Here's a list of Raleigh restaurants offering specials on Sunday: (List will be updated as more deals are announced)
- Bare Bones (301 Fayetteville St.) - The first 100 guests to come in for brunch (which starts at 10 a.m.) will get a free mimosa.
- Oak and Dagger Public House (18 Seaboard Ave.) - From 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., the bar will be serving brunch complete with beer, mimosas and Bloody Mary's. There will also be 10 oz. Coole Beans Coffee Ale on sale for $2.
- Coquette Brasserie (4352 The Circle at North Hills) - This North Hills restaurant will start serving brunch at 10 a.m., in addition to offering $2 mimosas.
- The Anchor Bar (207 Fayetteville St.) - This Raleigh bar will open at 10 a.m. with free chicken and waffles. They will also be serving specialty cocktails using Pinetop Distillery's gin.
- Stag's Head (106 Glenwood Ave.) - This beer garden will be offering $3 rose by the glass and $3 pints of Dos Equis Amber on Sunday.
- Hibernian Pub (311 Glenwood Ave.) - In addition to a full brunch menu, the pub will be selling $5 Bloody Mary's and mimosas, $3 Miller Lite and $4 Sierra Nevada and Hoppyum. The pub will also be introducing its new Frose (Frozen Rose) to the menu!
- Soca (2130 Clark Ave.) - The Cameron Village restaurant will open at 10 a.m. with a menu that includes mimosas and churro waffles.
- Trophy on Maywood (656 Maywood Ave.) - Runologie will host a special 9 a.m. run followed by beers at 10 a.m. and brunch tacos by by Longleaf Swine BBQ.
- Parkside (301 W. Martin St.) - "Rise and Dine" Brunch starts at 10 a.m. and goes until 3 p.m. and will feature $4 Bloody Mary's, mimosas and masons.