What time do they sell beer in texas on a sunday?

Not legal advice: Here are the legal hours of sale/service of alcoholic beverages from The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission:

On-Premise License or Permit (e.g Bar or Restaurant):

  • Monday-Friday: 7am-midnight
  • Saturday: 7am-1am (Sunday morning)
  • Sunday: Noon to midnight. (10am-noon only in conjunction with the service of food)
  • If the establishment is in a city or county legal for late hours, and they have a late hours permit, they can sell alcohol for on premise consumption until 2am any night of the week.

Off-Premise Beer/Wine License or Permit (e.g Convenience Store or Grocery Store):

  • Monday-Friday: 7am-midnight
  • Saturday: 7am-1am (Sunday morning)
  • Sunday: noon to midnight
  • A wine only package store that holds a beer license may not sell wine containing more than 17 percent alcohol by volume on a Sunday or after 10pm on any day.
  • A wine only package store that does NOT hold a beer license must have the same hours of sale as a package store.

Package Store / Liquor Store:

  • Monday-Saturday: 10am-9pm
  • Closed on Sunday, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year's Day.
  • If Christmas Day or New Year's Day falls on a Sunday, closed the following Monday.

Sports Venue (used for live sporting events), Festival, Fair, Concert:

  • In addition to any other period during which the sale of alcohol is authorized, a licensed or permitted premises located in a sports venue, a festival, fair, or concert may sell alcoholic beverages between 10 a.m. and noon on Sunday.

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Updated on Monday, September 15 2014 at 09:37AM EDT
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