A state lawmaker's proposal would allow restaurants and bars in California the option of expanding alcohol service hours to 4 a.m. -- two hours later than allowed under current law.
Senate Bill 635 was authored by Sen. Mark Leno (D-San Francisco). The bill gives local communities the option of expanding alcohol service hours, and establishments would go through an approval process that would allow for late-night service.
Current state law allows for alcohol service between 6 a.m. and 2 a.m. for on- and off-sale establishments. Leno's proposal only applies to on-sale businesses, such as nightclubs, bars and restaurant.
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