According to Florida state law, people can buy liquor on Sundays and, indeed, at any time that is not between the hours of 3 a.m. and 7 a.m.; however, individual counties and cities are free to restrict the sale of alcohol as far as prohibiting it.
As of 2014, three counties in Florida prohibit the sale of alcohol entirely: Lafayette, Liberty and Washington. Florida state law prohibits the sale of alcohol in excess of 153 proof. Additionally, some counties in Florida are exceptions to the statewide ban on liquor sales between 3 a.m. and 7 a.m. Miami-Dade county, for example, allows the sale of alcohol at all hours.Learn More
Some counties of Maryland allow liquor to be sold on Sundays whereas others do not, according to Legal Beer. Maryland has no state laws restricting the sale of liquor.Full Answer >
The sale of alcohol is allowed on Sundays in the state of Massachusetts. A law was passed in 2003 to allow the sale of liquor on Sundays, and in July of 2014, the law was expanded to allow liquor stores to sell alcohol starting at 10 a.m. instead of noon.Full Answer >
Liquor stores are not open on Sundays in Ohio, with one caveat. Technically, Ohio law permits liquor stores to be open from midnight on Sunday until 1 a.m. This is seen as more of an extension or continuation of Saturday hours than actual Sunday hours.Full Answer >
Alcohol laws in Ohio do allow beer to be sold on Sundays. However, counties and local jurisdictions are authorized to adopt stricter rules and regulations.Full Answer >