Last Call In Sacramento Could Be Extended To 4 a.m.
By on May 31, 2018
A bill that would extend last call for bars, clubs and restaurants in 7 California cities, including Sacramento, has passed the state Senate. The bill would allow establishments to serve alcohol until 4 a.m., instead of the current cut off, 2 a.m. If signed into law, the cities of Sacramento, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Oakland, West Hollywood, Long Beach and Palm Springs would have the option to extend last call. Senator Scott Wiener, who authored the bill, says the current law is a one size fits all, but says there are cities who want to go later and they should have the option. The bill now heads to the Assembly. If signed into law, the bill wouldn’t go into effect until Jan. 1, 2021.